As a child of the 60/70's I remember the term "pigs" referred to police.Mark Heatherly (Daddy pig, a man who enjoys teaching dogs horrific habits)
In today's world, the term is only used to the animals who choose to shoot to death young black men.
Today, the term "pigs" is used by me to describe humans who abuse a wonderful, sweet breed of dogs. Pit Bulls.
Pitties are sweet, easy going and funny looking dogs. They are lovers.
This story is about pigs from Tennessee:
These pigs include
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
PIGS from Tennessee
Jacob Heatherly, (nice biblical name, dad) I'm sure that Jacob treats his women like his dogs. Super pig.
Then there is a woman, Kimberly Heatherly. I guess I assume that women don't get into this disgusting abuse of animals, but maybe Kimberly wanted to be part of this thing that K
DaD and brother were into.
From a local website:
Fifty dogs have been rescued from a suspected dog fighting operation in Sevier County Sheriff's Office
The fifty dogs that were seized range in age from 4 weeks to mid-teens. Some of them have scars that are consistent with dog fighting. The sheriff's department described them as American Pit Bulls.
"These 50 dos are the lucky ones who no longer face life at the end of a heavy chain or worse- a bloody pit," said Chris Schindler of HSUS. We are thankful to the Sevier County authorities for their efforts in this investigation and in forcing dog fighting out of their community."
"Dog fighting is a despicable crime that will not be tolerated in Sevier County," said Sheriff Ron Seals. "We are grateful for the assistance and expertise of the Humane Society of the United States on this case, and glad to see these dogs off to better lives."
The HSUS sent their mobile crime lab to Sevier County to help gather and document evidence in the case. The dogs were seized and taken to a temporary shelter where they will be given medical care and evaluated to see if they are eligible for future adoption.
It is my hope that morons like the ones above will somehow just fade away, or be eaten by the dogs they trained to fight.