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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

kitty would get launched, claws and everything into the abyss. you mess with fluffy u get fucked.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

It's interesting and a little perplexing comparing the comments in this thread with ones that involve pitbull attacks. If a pitbull attacks someone, there's a flurry of people defending the dog by blaming it's owner for not raising them "properly", or using the "screw the deed, not the breed" slogan, yet when the situation is reversed its automatically "kill the cat!"

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

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It's interesting and a little perplexing comparing the comments in this thread with ones that involve pitbull attacks. If a pitbull attacks someone, there's a flurry of people defending the dog by blaming it's owner for not raising them "properly", or using the "screw the deed, not the breed" slogan, yet when the situation is reversed its automatically "kill the cat!"
Speaking for myself- my dog bit me once .....once.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

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It's interesting and a little perplexing comparing the comments in this thread with ones that involve pitbull attacks. If a pitbull attacks someone, there's a flurry of people defending the dog by blaming it's owner for not raising them "properly", or using the "screw the deed, not the breed" slogan, yet when the situation is reversed its automatically "kill the cat!"
Because generally when a pitbull attacks, the outcome isn't just a few scratches that are barely worthy of a bandaid.

It's not the attack, it's the damage and the outcome of it. I'm well aware that other breeds of dog are far more likely to bite a person than a pitbull. The issue is that a large dog such as a pitbull is capable of killing, whereas a cocker spaniel generally isn't likely to.

You can't compare the scratch of a housecat to the bite of a large dog.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

I think they were asking why people are defending the dog in this case and in cases where the dog acts aggressively.

I think it's because when it comes to domestic animals, any time something bad happens - it always boils down to human fault.

If a pet is "bad", it is the fault of the human that owns it.
Lack of proper training
Lack of proper containment
Lack of knowledge of the animal in question

It always falls into those categories.

Animals, even when aggressive, are seen as innocent and at the mercy of the people around them.

Dogs are generally favored over cats. Many see cats as untrainable, half wild animals that need to roam free. Dirty animals that like to shit in people's flower beds.

It's funny, dogs will act quite the same, if treated that way too.

If a loose dog was attacking my dog, I'd want to kill it too. Then I'd want to nail it to its owner's chest - because they're the root of the problem.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

A actual video of the attack would probably be telling.
Picturing a crazy brained cat running out, owners yanking the dogs forcibly by leash not giving the dog much opportunity to defend itself for the 3-5 second cat attack. Cat should be a house cat and not be outside if owner wants it to live a long life.

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A actual video of the attack would probably be telling.
Picturing a crazy brained cat running out, owners yanking the dogs forcibly by leash not giving the dog much opportunity to defend itself for the 3-5 second cat attack. Cat should be a house cat and not be outside if owner wants it to live a long life.
This sounds like the most likely scenario.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

^^^^^
Only because I've been there and done that. Lol. Really dont want to see any "domesticated" pet die. Cat owner new the cat was crazy.....easy solution.....keep in the house.

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Re: 'Guard Dog' Cat Attacks Pit Bull, Leaving Dog & Owner Bloodied, in Saanich,

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A actual video of the attack would probably be telling.
Picturing a crazy brained cat running out, owners yanking the dogs forcibly by leash not giving the dog much opportunity to defend itself for the 3-5 second cat attack. Cat should be a house cat and not be outside if owner wants it to live a long life.
But if the dog fought back, there'd be a video of a cat being torn apart, followed by comments on the evil, crazy pit bull and the innocent cat victim. Kill all pit bulls. They're good for nothing but killing.

People are dumb. It's one of the few consistencies in life.

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But if the dog fought back, there'd be a video of a cat being torn apart, followed by comments on the evil, crazy pit bull and the innocent cat victim. Kill all pit bulls. They're good for nothing but killing.

People are dumb. It's one of the few consistencies in life.
No.

Because far more often than not, the pitbull attack is completely unprovoked.

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