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Title: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: Gutpiles on June 01, 2012, 05:03:36 PM
Ok....so I took the same creative liberty that the animal rights idiots use to get your attention...but it's true ... now the rest of the story.  You would think they would learn to leave well enough alone.  The only thing that would have made this any better would have been if it had chased her screaming down the street as it gnashed its monstrous incisors at her with a vicious growl.   ;D
 
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Odd.... she doesn't look like a bunny hugging decapitation machine.   :roll:

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A Holliston woman’s well-meaning gesture toward a baby woodchuck ultimately cost the tiny creature its life.
 
Amy Karibian rescued the animal she later dubbed “Woody’’ from South Street in Ashland on Sunday afternoon and cared for it for two days only to have it euthanized because of the fear of rabies.
 
“I went from being in total bliss from taking care of this guy to being in total fear for my life,” she said.
 
Karibian, a vegan who considers herself an animal rights advocate, said she was jogging when she found the animal, the size of her palm, lying “unattended and nearly dead.”
 
She felt its heart beating.
 
“I just had this feeling he’s alive, he’s not dead,” she said.
 
She put the animal by the side of the road, but it didn’t move for two hours so she took it home.
 
While calling animal control officers, the state wildlife agency and the wildlife clinic at Tufts University, Karibian researched woodchucks online.
 
She fed him Pedialyte through a dropper and sweet potatoes, but he didn’t eat much, she said. The dark brown animal would crawl briefly around her cat cage, then flop down.
 
Karibian said it was “a roller coaster for two days,” as she waited for calls during the holiday weekend.
 
Tufts finally responded, she said, fretfully telling her the animal could have rabies, a disease that can be fatal for humans.
 
“Once I heard it was such a high risk for rabies, I just panicked,” she said.
 
Woodchucks, as well as bats, beavers, raccoons and skunks, are among the most likely animals to carry rabies, according to the state Department of Public Health.
 
And although Woody didn’t bite or scratch her, Karibian followed Tufts’ advice and drove him to the Grafton clinic Tuesday, where he was euthanized.
 
She paid $75 to have its head shipped to a lab in Jamaica Plain, but results came back negative. No rabies.


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Title: Re: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: John Andrews on June 02, 2012, 09:56:53 AM
  :shock: Ignorance is bliss for some people!
Title: Re: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: BBF on June 02, 2012, 01:21:23 PM
She looks like a 24 karat treehugger to me. A trip to a hairdresser wouldn't hurt either.
Title: Re: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: John Andrews on June 03, 2012, 09:15:57 AM
She looks like a 24 karat treehugger to me. A trip to a hairdresser wouldn't hurt either.
Also looks like she hit the tree realy hard with her face.
Title: Re: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: 2Nutz on June 03, 2012, 09:21:39 PM
 ;D ;D :roll: :-X
Title: Re: Vegan Beheads A Poor Defenseless Chipmunk
Post by: bohicajuan on June 13, 2012, 10:09:09 PM
Blithering idiot.