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August 9, 2008

Horror Crimes in Tangipahoa Parish

Filed under: Animal Rescue — Tags: — Morwen Madrigal @ 1:18 am

I’m an animal lover and during the week I was offline this crap hit the news.

Where to go with this? Total freaking outrage is all I can come up with concerning this issue. These little creatures did nothing wrong, and when the Parish decided to clean house they did’t want to pay for sedation for the little ones they decided to KILL. Not a damn one of these psuedo humans should be allowed to live… they should suffer the same fate as that which these poor little ones faced. These two-legged animals must face complete retribution for their hatred of Life.

We are judged by our actions. This is how we are viewed by others, our patience, our kindliness and our empathy for others. Whether we walk on two legs or four, we are all the Lady’s creatures and we must care for each other. Hell, we even give murderers better treatment than these assholes in Tangipahoa Parish did to those animals in the Shelter. What makes these fucks think that they are better than the little ones? Because they speak English or can do rudimentory mathematics? That they can drive a car or take themselves into bankruptcy?

I have known many worthless pieces of trash in my life, and every one of them walked on two legs. They are the slime that crawls, and these assholes kill animals without at least trying to ease the pain of their passing? Where the fuck are their souls? Is there no Humanity within those shells they call bodies? What if I did these things to their mis-begotten offspring?

They’d be screaming bloody fucking murder over my actions.

Any and all of those people responsible for this mass murder should spend the rest of their lives in Angola. God damn fuckmooks all.

The Goddess knows what went down, and when She exacts Her justice, you are going to fall assholes. (That or I’ll get to put a bullet in your brains.)


  1. This just kills my soul. I don’t even have the words to describe how disgustingly despicable these people are. You nailed it , as usual, and I totally agree.

    Comment by charlotte — August 9, 2008 @ 9:56 am

  2. That is horrific!!! And just how much did it cost to euthanize AND dispose of the poor creatures?!?!
    I hope heads roll, and euthanizing the actors is too kind – they deserve to rot in a cell in their own feces/urine puddles.
    I spent three years volunteering at the Houston SPCA some time back. I only stopped v’trg because I got to where I hated people and wanted to bring every little (and big) animal home. And in a one bedroom apartment, that was not workable.
    I worked admissions a couple of times and aside from the folks that were bawling because they weren’t able to keep their animal, the others that gave up their dogs/cats because of “he has fleas” or “she got too big” – I wanted to schedule the “hoomans” for spay/neuter so that they didn’t reproduce. I worked adoptions mostly, interviewing folks. Many were great. Just a few were a-holes.

    Comment by Elspeth Ravenwind — August 9, 2008 @ 11:21 am

  3. I know for a FACT that this shelter has been contacted several times by the group from, encouraging the shelter to register for their free service which gives hope for a second chance to shelter dogs that are scheduled for euthanasia. If only they’d signed up – many of the dogs wouldn’t have been there, they’d be in their new loving homes.

    Comment by Justin Case — August 10, 2008 @ 4:17 am

  4. Justin,

    I will learn more about this group when I don’t have so much on my freakin’ plate.

    Sadly, here in the Gret Stet the two-legged can’t even treat each other right, so I fear for the little ones. I will still try to help them as much as possible.

    We, those who have souls, still need to do major education to the great unwashed.

    And I am still spitting nails over this crap.

    Comment by Morwen Madrigal — August 10, 2008 @ 5:48 am

  5. Gentilly Girl, thank you for posting this blog. You can find more info and calls to action on this shelter killing here:

    P.S. Could you send this info to the person that commented above. Thanks!

    Comment by Joni Solis — August 10, 2008 @ 8:34 am

  6. And, in my experience, if there could be an education program that illuminates the base bubba-male (not all men, mind you – many are great guys that are chill w/the snip on their pets) “mind” that one’s dog’s/cat’s/ferret’s/hamster’s bollocks are NOT connected to the human male counterpart’s parts…that would help greatly in encouraging a successful neutering program. Of course, males that are still resistant to that shold be scheduled for neutering as well. Funny how many many more women are totally down w/having their female pets spayed. Goodness knows, at my age, since I haven’t found a decent fella to get a kid on with, I would happily go for a $50 spay surgery for myself. ;) Maybe it’s because most spay-friendly female pet-owners don’t want an animal to have to put up with the estrus cycle unnecessarily like we generally have to w/o heavy chemical involvement. Now to be fair – there are plenty of stupid women that feel it’s their ‘duty’ to let their backyard-bred/puppy/kitty-mill-bred pet breed ‘just once’….NOOOOO!!!!
    Random breeding ‘just because’ someone sees Fluffy as a money-maker does not do anyone, let alone the animal any favors. How one litter of kittens goes from 7 to six-nine months later if allowed to roam, goes to about 49 and keep that math going about every 9 months…?!?!?
    Okay, sorry, seeing the overwhelming effects/results of unchecked breeding firsthand (you know that could go for humans as well as animals…) just really opened my eyes when I volunteered at the shelter.
    Peace – and oh, yeah Huzzah that Grey Kitteh is alive! She will come to you, fear not. Once a friend, always a friend. :)

    Comment by Elspeth Ravenwind — August 10, 2008 @ 11:12 am

  7. Elspeth,

    I still need to get the girls spayed, but we have a new place that will do it for $10 per cat. I guess they will be going there this month. (and maybe I’ll be able to sleep soon, they are all in heat and driving me nuts right now.)

    A puppy is coming in the Future. We have the yards and I just need to decide what kind of dog I can put up with. Though I love Shephards, Chows and Labradors, I think I want a Heinz 57. I’ve always found mixed breeds to be good creatures and friends.

    My thing is that the dog will not hurt the katz, therefore it must be a puppy. It also cannot be a “slobber” dog… guess that rules out Labradors (though I love them). I’m a prissy little thing and hate slobbering on my legs.

    So there is another rescue to be made. Betts and I talked about this today. She mentioned a Chiuawa(sp), and I said I want the Hound of the Baskervilles. (Maybe I can manifest my Protector, the Black Dog… he’s always around, but he does slobber.)

    Any ideas dear? I’m mainly a cat person and I haven’t dealt with dogs in many years. (Gators I do deal with, but I keep my distance. They bite anything that moves)

    Comment by Morwen Madrigal — August 11, 2008 @ 7:50 am

  8. Hmmm, no slobber dogs, that rules out the top dog in my heart, Basset Hound! :) And Mastiffs and Dogue de Bordeaux (Turner & Hooch) and some Danes can be a bit ‘juicy’ around the mouth area…LOL!
    Chihuahuas are cute, but as for me, I am a BIG dog gal (hey, Bassets are large dogs on little legs) – and no matter the size (I love Mastiffs, and Wolfhounds and Deerhounds and…yeah, the list is not going to end any time soon) I consider them all lap dogs. :)
    I have cats since I have an apartment lifestyle, and I do love my silly girls – but should I ever have access to a safe yard – there’s a rescued something in my life, too. My cats may have something to say about that…but…it’s not a certainty. LOL!
    Heinz 57 pooches can be great. But if you do have a particular breed in mind – check for rescue agencies. Sometimes, they do get young ones. My dad’s two Brittanies (no, not “Spears”…LOL!) are rescues and he LOVES them. They were around 5-6 years old when he adopted them. And, check out the official breed pages to check on typical issues… It was learned the hard way, but my family found out that Bassets are prone to cataract issues as well as blood disorders. Or if they are crazy shedders or not (Shih-Tzus have ‘hair’ not fur, and shed VERY little), Bassets can shed about as bad as a cat, and there’s the ‘hound smell’…but if I ever have one, I won’t care! :)
    Then again, ‘the dog’ may find you as the Lord & Lady guides it! Elspeth

    Comment by Elspeth Ravenwind — August 11, 2008 @ 9:52 pm

  9. Darlin’, we’ve pretty much decided on getting a large woofie. Betts is leaning towards a Great Dane or a Doberman.

    I’ve had Shephards, Chows and Bassets… loved them all, but I still remember my first dog, a Heinz 57 who was huge and always defended the house. He and I would wrassle in the yard. Mom banned him from the house over his slobbering, though he was always let in when there was a storm.

    I want a friendly woofie that does bark and is big enough to scare the Hell out of anyone. I also want a friend. The dog will never be chained, and they better like playing Frisbee.

    And they will be loved.

    Comment by Morwen Madrigal — August 11, 2008 @ 11:18 pm

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