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    This is one of the worst experiences I have ever had in my life. On Tuesday night I was driving home from my great uncles funeral at about 10:00pm on 6th ave heading west between Federal and Sheridan. There is an overpass (probably Lowell or Tennyson) someone THREW A CAT OFF OF THE OVERPASS and it proceded to go under the front drivers side wheel of my car. I did not even see the cat until it was in the beam of my hedlight. By then it was too late to even swerve or brake. Minimal damage to my car, however I am sure the cat is a gonner. I feel horrible, who would do something like that?
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    Sick fukin' bastards. They say people that torture animals are likely to end up in prison. Lets hope thats the case.
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    The chances of catching the person are minimal. However, I had a similar experience with a person nearly running me off the road so he could go out of his way to hit a German Shepherd in my lane (I was able to easily avoid it). I reported his tag # to the cops...

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    Originally posted by renichms
    The chances of catching the person are minimal. However, I had a similar experience with a person nearly running me off the road so he could go out of his way to hit a German Shepherd in my lane (I was able to easily avoid it). I reported his tag # to the cops...

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    Having a cop catch him is the luckiest thing that could happen to someone if I saw them do that. Might be the only way they survive.

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    Originally posted by jt2
    Having a cop catch him is the luckiest thing that could happen to someone if I saw them do that. Might be the only way they survive.
    Well, the car that hit the dog got torn up from hitting it, so I believe he was easy to find, especially WITH the tag... I couldn't have done anything if I wanted...I was driving a minivan full of people.

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    I'm NOT a cat fan... but that is just sick... If I caught someone doing that to any kind of animal I'd be throwing THEM off the bridge... bastards... I'd make sure their asses got theirs. (and that is not an empty threat either.. not my style)
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