Jack Carling – Lest we forget.

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Jack Carling!

That is a name I won’t forget in a hurry.

You see what this horrible little cunt did is beat his terrified dog every day until the poor thing lost its eye.

 

For this totally evil and unnecessary crime the cunt got 3 months… Three fucking months!

Perhaps someone can explain to me the difference between repeatedly punching a dog in the head and repeatedly punching a person in the head because I’m fucked if I know what the difference is.

Carling you cunt… Don’t ever visit Essex.

Seems the USA has its share of evil cunts too. What the fuck possesses a person to take an innocent kitten, pour petrol over it and then set it alight. 

Only someone extremely unstable would do that… These people have to be removed from this earth. Animals feel pain and suffering in exactly the same way that we do. 

Cunts like Carling have no right to live amongst civilised people. Three months is a fucking insult. These dangerous cunts need removing  before they set their sights higher… Nuff said

Sadistic thug, 19, beat his terrified dogs every day until one of them suffered broken ribs and lost an eye

  • Jack Carling ‘tortured’ his dog Biggie at his home in Hull, North Yorkshire
  • He beat Biggie and his other pet dog Sophie and never let them out
  • Judge said abuse the jobless thug inflicted ‘beggars belief’
  • Carling was jailed for three months and banned from keeping animals

A cruel dog owner has been jailed after beating his pet Staffordshire bull terrier so badly that it lost and eye and was left permanently disabled.

Sadistic Jack Carling, 19, ‘tortured’ dog Biggie at his home in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, never letting him or his other pet dog Sophie out for exercise.

Carling was jailed for three months at Hull Crown Court and banned from keeping animals for life.

Sadistic: Cruel dog owner Jack Carling who has been jailed for blinding his dog Biggie
Poor Biggie

Cruel: Jobless Jack Carling, left, has been jailed for three months and banned from keeping animals after abusing his pet Staffordshire bull terrier Biggie (right) and his other dog Sophie

 

Abused: Biggie lost an eye because of the injuries Carling inflicted and was found to have a number of healed fracturesAbused: Biggie lost an eye because of the injuries Carling inflicted and was found to have a number of healed fractures

Vets concluded all of Biggie’s injuries were caused by ‘malicious trauma.

District Judge Frederick Rutherford said: ‘this dog has been subjected to such torture almost beggars belief.’ 

 

 

Witness Troy Allen, who lived with Carling said Biggie and his other dog Sophie lived in fear of their owner.

Prosecutor Philip Brown said: ‘Troy said Jack would get angry with the dogs, he witnessed him beating the dogs. He said they would get into the smallest of spaces to hide from [Carling].

‘He said he would beat them every day. He didn’t let them out, they would just stay on the sofa, scared.’

Care: As well as being abused, Biggie and Carling's other dog, Sophie (right) were also found to have been kept in completely unsuitable conditions Care: As well as being abused, Biggie and Carling’s other dog, Sophie (right) were also found to have been kept in completely unsuitable conditions

Biggie and Sophie were seized by the RSPCA on January 7. Mr Brown said: ‘Vets said there was evidence of a self-healed fracture to [Biggie’s] leg and a fracture to the hip. There was also an injury to an eye, which required it to be removed. 

‘He was also suffering a nasal discharge, which was treated with antibiotics but kept returning. It was causing such concern that vets decided to carry out an invasive, intensive operation to open up the nasal cavity.’

During the operation, vets noticed part of Biggie’s skull was ten times thicker than it should be. There was also damage to cartilage and tissue, which vets concluded was also the result of trauma.

Future: Biggie has made a good recovery following his horrifying ordeal. He and Sophie are now due to be rehomedFuture: Biggie has made a good recovery following his horrifying ordeal. He and Sophie are now due to be rehomed

Mr Brown said: ‘He was caused immense physical suffering by the repeated malicious trauma inflicted on him. He has experienced daily fear, wondering what would happen to him next. He is disabled for life.

‘The vet says it is upsetting to think this lovely-natured dog could be subjected to this degree of treatment.’

The court heard the dogs were also kept in ‘wholly unsuitable’ living conditions, with the floor covered in urine and excrement.

When RSPCA inspector Hannah Bryer began investigating the case, Carling told her he ‘didn’t care’ what she said and that she could not do anything about it.

Carling pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering, failing to prevent suffering from injury or disease and failing to provide a suitable living environment for the dogs.

He has several previous convictions for violence. In mitigation, Michael Robinson said: ‘I have known Jack for many years and I am surprised at the extent of the suffering he accepts causing this animal.’

Carling had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity, he said.

Judge Rutherford said: ‘It is rare that I have seen a dog subjected to such acts over such a long period to of time to survive. The dog has been left disabled as a direct consequence.

‘You have shown complete arrogance in the manner you have behaved towards the animal and those investigating this case.’

The RSPCA will now try to rehome Biggie and Sophie.

Kitten horrifically burned after being doused in gasoline and set alight is steadily recovering after losing both ears in the brutal attack

 

  • 5-week-old kitten now named Justin suffered second and third-degree burns over one-third of its body
  • Police still looking for people responsible for dousing cat and setting it on fire

By NINA GOLGOWSKI

PUBLISHED: 01:43, 3 May 2013 | UPDATED: 15:49, 3 May 2013

 

A 5-week-old kitten doused in an accelerant before set on fire outside a busy New Jersey road last week is steadily recovering veterinarians say as seen in an incredible video of it actually playing.

The one-pound kitten now named Justin is seen today gently biting and pawing at veterinarians in Lebanon while recovering from second and third-degree burns across one-third of it body.

‘He’s doing remarkably well – but he’s not out of the woods yet,’ Anne Trinkle, the executive director of Animal Alliance which is caring for the cat told NJ.com.

Recovering: Justin, a 5-week-old kitten who weighs just one pound, is steadily recovering and expected to survive after being doused in an accelerant and set on fireRecovering: Justin, a 5-week-old kitten who weighs just one pound, is steadily recovering and expected to survive after being doused in an accelerant and set on fire
The four-to-five-week-old male kitten was discovered by Damaris Alcala on F Street near McPherson Square Park in Philadelphia last week after being set on fire
The four-to-five-week-old male kitten was discovered by Damaris Alcala on F Street near McPherson Square Park in Philadelphia last week after being set on fire

Champ: Vets say most of the cat’s ears will need to be removed and it will sustain some permanent baldness in some areas but he’s doing amazingly well and is seen even gently wanting to play

Veterinarians say most of the cat’s ears will need to be removed and it will also have some permanent bald patches in areas most badly burned – stretching from the top of its head throughout its back.

It’s currently undergoing antibiotics to fight infections, constant wound dressings to remove scar tissue and is being given appetite stimulants.

 

 

Still, recent video shows the pint-sized cat sitting up straight, its black and white fur mangled, while sweetly biting and pawing at one of the vet’s gloved hands with an outstretched half-shaved arm.

Justin was discovered by a good Samaritan last Thursday in the Kensington section of Philadelphia according to police just after a flame was set to its doused body.

 

Before: The kitten received burns on over a third of its body when found last week near an intersection in New JerseyBefore: The kitten received burns on over a third of its body when found last week near an intersection in New Jersey

A hunt for the culprits responsible is still underway with the Humane Society now offering up to $5,000 for information leading to their arrest and conviction.

Unfortunately, though the attack is horrific by all accounts, animal workers say it isn’t unusual.

‘This is the latest in a disturbing string of animals apparently being intentionally lit on fire,’ Sarah Speed, the Humane Society’s Pennsylvania state director told NJ.com.

‘This depraved act of cruelty will not be tolerated, and we hope this reward will encourage anyone with information to come forward and help bring a perpetrator to justice.’

With Justin’s medical bills expected to reach $5,000 to $6,000, Animal Alliance, an all-volunteer group, says they are seeking donations which can be made at: AnimalAlliance.org

Justin the kitten
Justin the kitten

Help! With Justin’s medical bills expected to reach $5,000 to $6,000, Animal Alliance, an all-volunteer group, says they are seeking donations to help cover the costs

Healing: The kitten, whose back is seen badly burned, is currently undergoing antibiotics to fight infections, constant wound dressings to remove scar tissue and is being given appetite stimulantsHealing: The kitten, whose back is seen badly burned, is currently undergoing antibiotics to fight infections, constant wound dressings to remove scar tissue and is being given appetite stimulants

‘A lot of humane societies and things like that may not have the resources to be able to put toward a single animal like this because they have so many to help,’ Dr Wendy Ross, owner of Crown Veterinary Specialists told NJ.com.  ‘Animal Alliance does a lot of fundraising and they put in a lot of time and their volunteers are wonderful and they managed to get it done.’

Alcala told Philadelphia’s WPVI-TV that the kitten, ‘was crying when I [picked] him up, but when I moved him in the back, he was screaming.’

After Alcala contacted authorities, a humane law enforcement official took the kitten to the SPCA’s Philadelphia location where veterinarians provided pain medicine and treated the animal.

The kitten was then transferred to a nearby intensive care unit. The veterinarians there are optimistic that the kitten will survive from the severe burning.

Speak out: The SPCA is encouraging anyone with information about the kitten burned near McPherson Square Park to contact the proper authoritiesSpeak out: The SPCA is encouraging anyone with information about the kitten burned near McPherson Square Park to contact the proper authorities

 

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Officials from the SPCA are obtaining search warrants to view surveillance footage from a store nearby where the kitten was found

dThe kitten was initially treated at the SCPA headquarters in Philadelphia, where it was provided pain medication

The SPCA is speculating that the horrible scene was likely a prank gone awry. 

Spokesman George Bengal said regardless of the motives, ‘it’s pretty horrendous.’

Authorities believe that surveillance cameras from nearby the scene will provide leads on the culprits responsible.

According to the SPCA they are currently obtaining search warrants for those surveillance materials. They are also encouraging anyone with privy information to contact them.

Per the website for Pennsylvania’s SPCA, their chapter is one of the most ‘active’ in the country. 

‘Our officers have full police powers to enforce state anti-cruelty laws.’

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