Skip to comments.Video Clip That Will Leave You Speechless
Posted on 08/24/2010 10:33:18 AM PDT by Tom Hawks
A must see video clip of a woman who comes across an innocent cat who only acted kind to the lady. Her reaction will leave you speechless to say the least.
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Video that will leave you speechless.
Thanks for the ping!
She is a psycho for sure. I just hope she doesn’t ever have a job with the elderly or infants.
It's a cat, not a baby!
She is an evil bitch.
I never noticed, but your right. I was so astonished by what I saw that I never paid attention to the cars.
Yup. Noticed that she looked around to see if anyone was watching. Sure looks like a psychopath to me.
Exactly. You couldn’t miss her looking all around to see if anyone was watching. She knew from the beginning what she was going to do.
I hate people like that.
At least she didn’t puncture the cats skull with a pair of scissors and then suck out the animals brains with a vacuum, oh right, THAT is legal if it is a pre-born human....
Maybe it was raining and she wanted the kitty to stay dry. Probably a capital offense in the UK etc; (nope, no death penalty there).
This is a Monty Python excerpt...right???
On the video itself it says CAM (something) FRONT LEFT.
Apparently someone was having problems and set up the video CAM to catch them.
Looks like they were caught and I hope they throw her in the slammer.
I like cats. People, not so much.
It looks like it is from the UK and the camera would more than likely be one of their big brother “security” cameras. They are everywhere.
Was the woman kicked until she was unconscious?
Thanks for the update about Chuck.
I’m certainly not speechless, but I can’t repeat what I said on a family forum. This woman should be identified, prosecuted, fined, and sentenced to community service at an animal shelter until she attains an understanding of the preciousness of all life.
What happened to the cat?
Your guess is as good as mine.
I’ll try a google search and see if it comes up with anything.
The surveillance video posted online by Lola the cat's owners takes only seconds, but it has outraged thousands of viewers around the world, some of whom posted angry messages pledging retribution. Now, police say they've identified the woman and posted guards outside her house in central England.
Investigators at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which prosecutes cruelty cases, said Tuesday that the gray striped cat was trapped for 15 hours before being rescued on Sunday morning by her owners, who told a British newspaper they heard Lola's muffled cries from inside the bin. The distressed cat was unharmed.
The society said it planned to interview the woman involved after it confirmed her identity, but declined to say whether she had been identified by a viewer of the clip online.
Police in the city of Coventry urged local residents to show restraint.
"Coventry Police are supporting the society's investigation and would urge the public to leave the matter to be dealt with in the appropriate manner by the authorities," the West Midlands police department said in a statement.
Lola's owner Stephanie Mann said she and husband Darryl couldn't find Lola on Sunday morning but followed the sound of her meows.
"We thought she might be trapped under the car because she sounded like she was hurt, so we followed her cries and eventually found her in the bin," she told the Coventry Telegraph newspaper.
The couple had previously installed a personal surveillance camera outside their home following a spate of thefts in the area.
Mann said they checked the video tape expecting to discover local youths, or a drunk, had thrown Lola into the bin late on Saturday evening, but were shocked to discover the culprit was a respectable looking woman.
"I was absolutely heartbroken to see how someone could just be so cruel," she told the newspaper. "I don't know what went through her head but it was just disgusting to watch and it broke my 8-year-old daughter's heart."
Mann later posted the clip online, where it has attracted tens of thousands of views.
Coventry police department said a small number of community support officers — wardens who assist the police but have no powers of arrest — had been stationed near the woman's home after a crowd gathered outside.
Wanna come with me to England and find this cow?
From UK: latest news.
Yep cat saved after about 9 hours - fine, but now terrified of the bin and won’t go near it.
Police asking people to let justice take its course and not visit judgement on the lady outside of the courts.
I expect the usual humor concerning cats. However, I must say that the cat was being friendly and trusting to this woman. There is a special place in Hell for people that abuse animals, especially trusting animals.
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