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Veterinarian Kills Cat with Bow And Arrow; Doesn't Get Prosecuted

sick 3In what must be one of the strangest decisions in recent years, a Texas grand jury returned a “no-bill” in a case against a veterinarian who killed an innocent cat who happened to walk into the wrong garden — namely, hers.

After having heard the evidence in the case, the grand jury ruled there wasn’t enough  evidence to prosecute. This while the woman actually posted a picture of the dead cat on her Facebook account and bragged about taking it down with a bow and arrow.

I kid you not:

She was accused of posting a picture to Facebook back in April where she’s holding up a dead cat with an arrow through its head, bragging about her kill.

The Austin County Sheriff’s Office says they received an unsworn hearsay report that the vet was acting to protect her pets from a “potentially rabid stray cat.”

After a thorough investigation, authorities were not able to determine where or when the incident took place.

Because of the last problem, the authorities lacked probable cause to obtain a search warrant, the grand jury said.

After shooting the poor cat, vet Kristen L. posted a photo of herself with the cat, accompanied by the following bragging message:

“My first bow kill, lol. The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through its head! Vet of the year award… gladly accepted.”

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See the photo on the next page.

Kristen calls the cat a “feral cat,” but that’s simply not true. Tiger’s owners loved their cat, and were literally in tears when they found out that the “vet” had killed him.

After word came out about the kill, animal lovers from all over the world took to the streets to protest this horrendous act:

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Sadly, their protests had little to no effect on the outcome of the case. Kirsten L. doesn’t have anything to worry about; she can continue to brag about killing the poor Tiger — she knows she’s gotten away with it.