Behind a cyclist with one leg today, wouldn't have known if he hadn't been wearing shorts. Very skilful.
that's it, well done @Lynne , i couldn't work out how to link to the discussion!
Quite a big discussion on this on EOD discussion page.
Hope they come with parking!
Thought this might be useful for people.
thanks @Lynne . i see ironically that the best chance they have of bringing charges is for unnecessary suffering to an animal, which in this case would be the dog.
Hear hear. You don't hear the same about cats do you? The amount of wildlife they kill!
You obviously haven't seen some of the comments on the news articles. I haven't said the dog shouldn't be under control have I? My dog would probably attack a bird but I don't put him in that position.
Completely agree leatash. But I find the venom coming from people online quite frightening. There's no reason to put a dog down or target all dogs in general. The owner is the only one who needs to be punished in this case. Dog should have been on a lead, full stop. Take a look at some of the comments about dogs though, nasty.
Why is it that people veer to the extremes? Who would do this or the battery acid over the cat? There's been talk of similar finds in Dawlish. The local neighbourhood team have received several reports of food items (particularly sandwiches) containing suspicious pellets placed in and around Starcross village. Possibly containing slug pellets or another unknown chemical. We advise local ...