Pet thefts rise as economy hits dog-gone low
Some dognappers are stealing pets for quick profit

…Black market pets
There’s a black market for dogs, Peterson says. People sell them on the roadside out of vans, at flea markets, or through online classifieds. Craig’s List tries to combat this by banning the sale of pets except for a small adoption fee, but that doesn’t stop some petnappers. A Spanaway, Wash., family recently was reunited earlier this month with their stolen Great Dane after someone posted it for sale on Craig’s list for $150 this month.
Kerwick, the policeman who works with canines, says that while some dogs are targeted for stealing, most dog thefts are crimes of opportunity. “The average guy doesn’t wake up in the morning and think about stealing a dog for a family member or himself, but the dog is there, there’s no one watching, and they take him,” he says.

Not mine, you don’t. Not worth even trying.

I’d hurt you. BAD.

5 Responses to “BASTARDS!!!!”

  1. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Hey, Sis, here’s a way to feed the Scotties, and all you need is a boning knife and an extra freezer!

  2. Jesus. That’s low. Killing is not off the table.

  3. greg newson says:

    Nice teeth, no tarter.

  4. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Greg, I’ve personally witnessed those Scotties gnawing on human bones. Those teeth are sharp and white for a reason.

  5. nightfly says:

    Finally, a scourge that can’t be laid at the feet of Asian youths of indeterminate origin.

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