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Who the fuck gets a puppy just to leave it outside crying?

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JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 11:31:07

In fucking November as well?? angry

Neighbours got a puppy a couple of days ago and seem to have left it outside ever since to cry it's little heart out. sad

NavyandWhite Tue 01-Nov-16 11:38:22

Oh no! Some people should never have dogs.

I would go round personally and say that I can hear the puppy crying and ask if "everything is ok".

Awwlookatmybabyspider Tue 01-Nov-16 11:39:27

Aww. The poor little thing. He needs a cuddling and reassurance. He'll be missing his mummy.
How wicked can you get.

Pineapplemilkshake Tue 01-Nov-16 11:42:53

How horrible, I'm sure it's freezing and missing it's mum.

I'd call the RSPCA for advice - sadly though if they have provided a kennel and access to water etc, they might not be able to do anything angry

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 11:43:26

I can't go round as they are scumbags who have treated me and my children appallingly since we moved in. The husband has threatened twice to kill my cat for going in his garden. They apparently already have/had a dog that they were waiting to get a kennel for before bringing it to their house but this was in January and no dog ever appeared. Guess it has been replaced with puppy. (No kennel though)

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 11:44:08

I just want to go lift it and cuddle it up with my dog. He can hear it crying and keeps going to the door to see what's going on.

CoraPirbright Tue 01-Nov-16 11:44:14

Oh god thats heart breaking! Poor little thing. Your neighbours are scum bags angry

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 11:45:52

They are, I knew they were anyway but this has just added to the list of scum baggery.

NavyandWhite Tue 01-Nov-16 11:46:07


JoffreyBaratheon Tue 01-Nov-16 11:56:59

RSPCA will do bugger all. We watched our neighbours hoik their (elderly, with cancer) black lab from the boot of their car, throw it to a concrete driveway and kick the shit out of it whilst their 4 year old watched on apathetically. Apparently, if you don't film it, it hasn't happened and if they (inevitably) deny the maltreatment, then no-one does a thing.

That dog was dead a week or so later and the nutters have got another puppy. I've never seen such a sad looking little thing (it's a few months old now). It's never been walked, or played with and yesterday my teenager heard the woman shrieking abuse at it in the garden, so he went to look out of the window (with his camera phone at the ready, good lad) and the woman saw him and called him "Nosy little shit". So she knows we're onto her, and RSPCA said to me "these people" will go straight out and buy a puppy and we will have to wait for them to mistreat it and film it before they can act.

So yes. Film it. Film it now. But don't hold your breath that anyone will care because they will come out (with a nice calling card forewarning the lovely owners of their intentions) and when they get the "I love my dog, me!" bullshit, they will have to believe it.

I'm still disgusted with the utter dicks somewhere here, who sold this pair of losers a puppy. But then black labs are flogged by farmers over farm gates no questions asked...

flopsypopsymopsy Tue 01-Nov-16 11:58:41

Speak to the RSPCA.

Or steal it.... mwa ha ha ha ha!

Awwlookatmybabyspider Tue 01-Nov-16 12:02:47

They threatened to kill a defenceless cat. No animal should be left in their
'Care'. They need reporting before they actually carry out their threat and really harm an animal.

JoffreyBaratheon Tue 01-Nov-16 12:07:19

Awwlook, as I said, nothing will be done unless OP has filmed it.

We're people of good standing, both have had/do jobs where we needed Enhanced CRBs (now DBS) - yet apparently, any one individual's word is not enough to secure a conviction even if, like us, you are staid middle aged, well educated people with no criminal record, and the people mistreating the animal have, like my neighbours, a record stretching back years.

Nonody's word is good enough any more. There has to be hard evidence.

When I saw the incident, my phone was downstairs and the whole thing was over before I would even have got to the door - although I was sort of frozen to the spot, in horror.

I have also alerted the SS and NSPCC (who already have input with this family) what I saw as their younger child was present, and about a foot or two away as the dog was being laid into by her parents. They didn't even make a house call. These things are put down to 'malicious neighbours' - maybe because it's cheaper and easier than actually investigating.

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 12:09:15

We are NI so its USPCA but pretty much same Response. If it has water and shelter they won't do anything. I've tried to film but the way our houses are they are staggered so their back door is out of view from my windows and if I went out to film they would see and all hell would break loose.

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 12:12:18

They need reporting before they actually carry out their threat and really harm an animal.

I've reported the threats to the police and they paid him a visit and told him to back off (it's part of a whole list of shit they've done) he responded by posting photos of a crazy cat lady on FB and him and his mates and wife had a right old giggle at themselves.

FloatyFlo Tue 01-Nov-16 12:14:51

I remember your thread Joffrey sad

Poor puppies

Pinkheart5915 Tue 01-Nov-16 12:21:51

The trouble is some people just look at cute little puppies/kittens and they don't realise the training and looking after that goes in to keeping an animal.
Stupid idiots!

SpunkyMummy Tue 01-Nov-16 12:24:21

Poor dog! Who'd do that??!

Film them, OP

NavyandWhite Tue 01-Nov-16 12:25:02

What breed is it? sad

Sparklesilverglitter Tue 01-Nov-16 12:25:13

I don't know what is wrong with people, they are just stupid and only see a cute pet. It's a shame they don't have the intelligence to know how to take good care of one.

One of my neighbours has a dog and it never goes for walkies, it just sits in the concrete garden which is tiny and barks all day. The owners arguement for not talking it for a walk is his such a big dog. Well you silly women you should of thought about that when you brought the poor thing and gone for a smaller dog you can cope with.

Sparklesilverglitter Tue 01-Nov-16 12:25:50

Maybe you could try filming something OP? So they look in tot your report?

Katedotness1963 Tue 01-Nov-16 12:26:01

What is the point of getting an animal just to ignore it and leave it outside? If you can't be bloody bothered looking after them leave them for someone who can!!

ShmooBooMoo Tue 01-Nov-16 12:31:17

If the dog has no shelter can'y you report it? I felt sick reading this thread. Poor, poor dogs {sad}

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 12:31:33

I think it's a bichon frise. Its very small, totally white short curly hair. Can't get close enough to see properly without being seen.

they are just stupid and only see a cute pet

This^ this is them. They are arrogant, ignorant bullies. I actually cannot imagine the husband having any patience for a puppy at all. He is such a horrible person. They have children and I've heard him talking to them and there is no patience or affection or anything. It's all aggression and barking orders.

JenLindleyShitMom Tue 01-Nov-16 12:33:30

I've just had a look and it's our local council who deal with neglect and cruelty cases so I'm going to ring them now

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