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Sunday, June 25, 2017

this, from yesterday's paper

this article, from yesterday's paper,  has me newly worried, who know what Loony Louie has upstairs? 
I don't want to point fingers, I don't like accusing people, but he did threaten P about her sweet little budgie.

this happened up in the hills area, he says he thought the cat was a feral animal that had been after his chickens, when he knew full well it was his neighbour's  pet.

see those crossbow shafts? this cat, also three years old, died from his injuries.



 
 

25 comments:

  1. Aaargh.
    I hope that your loony louie is all talk. So much I hope it.

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    1. Elephant's Child; I sincerely hope so too. Most bullies are.

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  2. That poor cat!
    What has Loony Louis been up to, the past few days? I worry about your neighbor ...

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    1. S.J.Qualls; that poor cat had me crying, such a cruel thing to happen, he must have been in awful pain.
      Neighbour has been quiet, I think he got spoken to, we'll see what happens tonight. He usually drinks more on Sundays.

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    1. Margaret-whiteangel; an especially cruel way to kill an animal.

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  4. Margaret-whiteangel; such a thing would never occur to me, I'm not built that way, so I'm constantly surprised and horrified by the things some people do to animals.

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  5. What would you suggest the imposed penalty should be? I think five years plus gaol would be about right. Unfortunately there is a famous female golfer with the same name.

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    1. Andrew; I think he should be made to run around naked while inexperienced archers shoot crossbows in his general direction, but you didn't hear that from me. (*~*)

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  6. Ah..so it's alcohol that fuels his strange behaviour. I wonder where he will go when he is turfed out?
    As to the 'mad archer'.......words fail me.

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    1. only slightly confused; so often alcohol is the problem, on the other hand, so many alcoholics aren't like this when drunk. My first husband was alcoholic and wouldn't have dreamed of behaving like this. Second ex was a violent hitter. So one can't really blame the alcohol, it really only triggers behaviour that is part of his makeup in the first place.

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  7. That is horrendous. There is a cat killer at large in our area.

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    1. jabblog; horrendous seems too mild a word.

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  8. Not a good article to come across while Angel is still missing. I so hope your neighbor has been set straight about his annoyances.

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    1. Granny Annie; being set straight usually only works until the pressure builds. It's a wait and see game now. I still hope he gets moved on, I'm just so uncomfortable now.

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    1. fishducky; thank you, many of my neighbours have said the same.

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    1. Lowcarb team member; dreadful doesn't begin to describe the fear the cat must have felt.

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  11. River...tear that article up...try to block it from your mind. You don't need to dwell on that...please don't.

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    1. Lee; the article is torn up and the images gone from my files. I'm not dwelling.

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  12. Oh yuk River - I realise it's hard for you but stop tormenting yourself by even thinking those things.

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    1. Cathy; I'm not focusing on it, just it was so coincidental to have it appear while Angel is missing.

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  13. Sick! Who on earth would get off on something like that! Sick.

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    1. Happy Elf Christine; sick people, that's who. I hope he is appropriately punished.

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