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Editorial: Inhumane behavior

Item from a recent Mathews County sheriff’s report:

"…a deputy was flagged down by a motorist in the Garden Creek area on Oct. 25. The person reported that someone had thrown a small black kitten out of the passenger side of a moving vehicle."

After all these years of trying to educate people. After the unceasing efforts of the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society to take in unwanted animals. After the thousands spent by the Animal Care Society to assist with spaying and neutering cats and dogs. After the huge sums and effort spent to put the low-cost spay-neuter clinic at White Marsh.

After all of this, cats and dogs are still "taken for a ride" and dropped by the roadside, thrown from vehicles or left in boxes to a usually terrible fate.

In our view, this is one type of crime in which the Old Testament "eye for an eye" punishment is well suited. If ever a perpetrator could be caught, strip that person of everything familiar—food...

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