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Mahmoud Ammouche, cat strangler

By johnboy - 27 September 2012 20

freddy

The Canberra Times has the happy news Magistrate Colonel Doctor Boss (she really is all of those) has banned Mahmoud Ammouche from owning pets after he tried to strangle Freddy the kitten.

Magistrate Boss also shows an unnerving imagination:

The man’s lawyer pointed to his client’s youth, remorse and lack of a criminal history as mitigating factors, and asked for a non-conviction order.

But Dr Boss described the suggestion as “inconceivable”.

“Other than killing the animal how much more serious could it be,” she asked.

“I suppose prolonged torture.”

The magistrate made an order banning Ammouche from keeping a pet until a court rules otherwise.


UPDATE 27/09/12 17:15: The RSPCA have provided pictures of Freddy:

freddy

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Mahmoud Ammouche, cat strangler
p1 10:44 pm 27 Sep 12

Woody Mann-Caruso said :

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

[condescendingwonka.jpg] Cats damage the environment and have viruses? You must be a carbon-neutral vegetarian living in a sterile bubble.

Well, I think you got the bubble part right…

Deckard 10:39 pm 27 Sep 12

HenryBG said :

There should be a law making it compulsory for the RSPCA to euthanise any cat coming its way.

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

Settle down Mahmoud!!

Mr Gillespie 10:39 pm 27 Sep 12

kakosi said :

HenryBG said :

RSPCA_Comms said :

These iPhone snaps don’t do Freddie justice, he is incredibly handsome and has the most amazing bright orange eyes.

Caring for animals in Freddie’s situation is part of what RSPCA does, but probably not something that people are aware of. He has been in our care for well over a year, enjoying our cattery and his favourite place (the outdoor run) while onsite, and has enjoyed some breaks from the shelter with some of our wonderful foster carers.

He has had a lot of interest since being in our care, and because of today’s court result, we are now free to find him a wonderful forever home.

Thanks for your support, and wish Freddie all the best for his new life!

Regards,

RSPCA ACT

There should be a law making it compulsory for the RSPCA to euthanise any cat coming its way.

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

And this brings out the cat killer psycho once again. See a psychiatrist and do the world a favour.

Here here!

+1

Woody Mann-Caruso 10:24 pm 27 Sep 12

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

[condescendingwonka.jpg] Cats damage the environment and have viruses? You must be a carbon-neutral vegetarian living in a sterile bubble.

EvanJames 10:20 pm 27 Sep 12

c_c said :

If you can look into the face of an animal and then proceed to do it harm, there’s something fundamentally and seriously wrong with you.

Excellent decision by the court.

+1, on both points. This disgusting man must be some kind of fiend, and there’s too many of them. OTOH, this magistrate is looking decidedly useful, I hope she stays for a while. Jail would have been good though.

kakosi 10:03 pm 27 Sep 12

HenryBG said :

RSPCA_Comms said :

These iPhone snaps don’t do Freddie justice, he is incredibly handsome and has the most amazing bright orange eyes.

Caring for animals in Freddie’s situation is part of what RSPCA does, but probably not something that people are aware of. He has been in our care for well over a year, enjoying our cattery and his favourite place (the outdoor run) while onsite, and has enjoyed some breaks from the shelter with some of our wonderful foster carers.

He has had a lot of interest since being in our care, and because of today’s court result, we are now free to find him a wonderful forever home.

Thanks for your support, and wish Freddie all the best for his new life!

Regards,

RSPCA ACT

There should be a law making it compulsory for the RSPCA to euthanise any cat coming its way.

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

And this brings out the cat killer psycho once again. See a psychiatrist and do the world a favour.

HenryBG 8:45 pm 27 Sep 12

RSPCA_Comms said :

These iPhone snaps don’t do Freddie justice, he is incredibly handsome and has the most amazing bright orange eyes.

Caring for animals in Freddie’s situation is part of what RSPCA does, but probably not something that people are aware of. He has been in our care for well over a year, enjoying our cattery and his favourite place (the outdoor run) while onsite, and has enjoyed some breaks from the shelter with some of our wonderful foster carers.

He has had a lot of interest since being in our care, and because of today’s court result, we are now free to find him a wonderful forever home.

Thanks for your support, and wish Freddie all the best for his new life!

Regards,

RSPCA ACT

There should be a law making it compulsory for the RSPCA to euthanise any cat coming its way.

Cats have no place in this country – they are a blight on native fauna and are an ecological menace, not to mention the very serious threat cat viruses pose to human health.

JazzyJess 8:10 pm 27 Sep 12

So pleased Freddy is ok. Sending good thoughts to all at the RSPCA and foster care for looking after him. Sending very bad thoughts to the lowlife scum bucket with flies who roughed him up.

RSPCA_Comms 6:16 pm 27 Sep 12

carnardly said :

that’s one fine looking cat.

I hope he gets a good home and I expect he will with the sympathy vote.

… “do

not

need

another

cat…. –

must

not

look…”

These iPhone snaps don’t do Freddie justice, he is incredibly handsome and has the most amazing bright orange eyes.

Caring for animals in Freddie’s situation is part of what RSPCA does, but probably not something that people are aware of. He has been in our care for well over a year, enjoying our cattery and his favourite place (the outdoor run) while onsite, and has enjoyed some breaks from the shelter with some of our wonderful foster carers.

He has had a lot of interest since being in our care, and because of today’s court result, we are now free to find him a wonderful forever home.

Thanks for your support, and wish Freddie all the best for his new life!

Regards,

RSPCA ACT

Thumper 6:01 pm 27 Sep 12

What a wonderful, balanced person we have here.

When will magistrates get serious about animal cruelty?

A couple of months in the slammer may have also helped.

c_c 5:37 pm 27 Sep 12

If you can look into the face of an animal and then proceed to do it harm, there’s something fundamentally and seriously wrong with you.

Excellent decision by the court.

Skidd Marx 5:27 pm 27 Sep 12

People who torture animals invariably graduate to humans. Therefore no mercy should be shown.

Mahmoud, you’re a c***.

carnardly 5:27 pm 27 Sep 12

that’s one fine looking cat. I hope he gets a good home and I expect he will with the sympathy vote.

… “do not need another cat…. – must not look…”

jase! 4:54 pm 27 Sep 12

I like this woman.

who da boss?

She da boss!

RSPCA_Comms 4:53 pm 27 Sep 12

RSPCA ACT is very pleased with the magistrate’s findings. Freddie can now look forward to finding a wonderful new home!

Regards,

RSPCA ACT

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