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Fox 25: Police in Oxford are on the hunt for a man they say stole a puppy from the Laughlin Kennel. Surveillance video shows the unidentified suspect talking to an employee, playing with the dog, then walking right out through the front door with it. “I had a walk in, I let him in of course. Of course were going to take them we’re not going to tell someone to go away looking for a puppy,” Kiana Kintchen, an employee at the kennel, said. “At that time we happen to have a miniature pincher. That’s what I went down and grabbed for him.”
The dog weighs 25 pounds and cost $900. The suspect asked about the other miniature pincher for sale. “It was kind of noticeable that he was asking for me to go downstairs and take a picture of the pup to see the pup. Any thing for me to go downstairs,” she said. As she went downstairs, the man walked right out through the front door. “The puppy is microchipped, if the puppy is take him to a vet or anything like that, they can easily scan the microchip,” Kintchen said.
The suspect is described as being 5-foot-8 with several neck and hand tattoos. At the time he was driving a beige Toyota Tacoma pickup truck.
“I’m just hoping that the puppy is OK,” Kintchen said.
Even I wouldn't fornicate with either of these two losers!! pic.twitter.com/nYcbQeRU9z
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) January 18, 2017
Wait a minute. I thought we shut these assholes down?
Whoever this guy is should be given a medal of honor. Turtleboy can’t stand the “no snitching” patrol, but this time it’s warranted. The only thing that sucks for this guy are the thousands of dollars in vet bills he’s about to have to take on.
If you’re not familiar with Laughlin Kennel, they’ve been in the news a lot in the last year or two, especially on Turtleboy Sports. They have a well documented history of selling sick puppies to people, and then refusing to help them with vet bills. Often times the dogs end up dying and the grieving owners are stuck with thousands of dollars in bills. It’s been covered extensively by I-Team investigation and others. It’s an awful, Godless place where puppies are shipped in small crates they can’t even stand up in, all the way from Missouri. Then they’re warehoused outside. Do these dogs sound happy to you?
Does this dog being forced to hunch its back because its cage is too small look like he or she is having a good time at Laughlin Kennel?
Does this dog, whose growth was so stunted by the treatment it received at Laughlin Kennel (video sent to us by a former employee) look like it’s having a good time?
How bout this bag of dead puppies in their basement?
How bout this malnourished dog walking around in its own feces?
Or this dog, being injected by an untrained, unqualified former employee?
You think they’re having a good time? These dogs are probably begging to be kidnapped. Best thing that could ever happen to them, but a nightmare for the hero who kidnapped the dog.
Luckily a lot of this was brought to attention because of the relentless protesters, many of whom have purchased puppies from there that have died shortly afterwards.
But apparently they’ve found some loophole to keep doing business because they’re still selling sick puppies like hot cakes.
Ya know what the real joke here is? Fox 25. How are they gonna cover a story like this, and then not even mention that this puppy mill was forced to stop doing business by the Zoning Board in Oxford just eight months ago? Ya know, because that’s kind of a big part of the story, and quite possibly motivated the guy who stole the puppy. Instead they’re making the puppy mill out to be the victim. And they found some poor naive employee, who obviously has no idea the hellhole she’s working in, and they made her the spokesperson.
This is why no one pays attention to the mainstream media. Because they are a joke and they don’t do their homework.
Evidently the Fink Family, which owns the Kennel, and their dooshnozzle lawyer son Jonathan appealed the decision of the voting board because they are now a “farm” and can sell sick puppies to unsuspecting customers:
Zoning Board of Appeals member Ryan P. Avery said the latest version of the state laws for agriculture defines agriculture as “certain activities performed by a farmer” and asked Mr. DuPont if it was his position that his clients are “farmers.”
“I guess it matters what your definition of farmer is,” Mr. DuPont said.
We’re not 100% familiar with the legalities of this case and quite frankly it sounds like a lot of research and we’re up to our ears in ratchets right now. All I know is, Laughlin Kennel is a puppy that should not be in business. Time to ramp up the protests again. And whoever liberated that puppy, hope they never find you.
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