Master 112 Posted January 27, 2016 Share Posted January 27, 2016 19 minutes ago, AppleJack said: I am sitting here with my cat reading this whole debacle and I am disgusted some have taken this so off topic. Should animals slaughtered for food be treated better, yes probably. Is this important yes it but this isn't the place for this topic. This is about a disturbed women who should be locked up for the rest of her life. She is a danger to society and I will be shocked if she did not re-offend. What some people are forgetting is that Pets are part of your family, you love and care for them. You worry about them, they bring you comfort and joy and you grieve them when they go over the rainbow bridge. So for this girl to not only kill but torture her own pets is very disturbing. It shows a coldness, an evilness, it shows disregard for life. It shows that she is capable of really anything. she took the life of an animal she should have been emotionally tied to, something she should have loved. Why this doesn't bother anyone else and scares the crap out of them I do not know. Do you really want this chick walking around alone in your neighbour hood? she is disturbed and will hurt someone. It may be just killing someone's pet, but that pet is a valued member of someone's family. Not to mention she wants to kill a human being. Why is she out? Do you think given a chance she won't? Then what? She stops just at that? No, it's not Very likely. Absolutely she should not be locked up for the rest of her life. Cat-killer or not, she deserves a quality of life and has no offenses serious enough to warrant keeping her confined somewhere. Obviously her doctors think she is okay in her current situation. She is severely restricted in her movements and actions inside of her community. I don't think these restrictions should be taken away, but trying to argue that Bourque should be in irons for her last fifty years is just silly. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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