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Baby Killed By Shiba Inus While Dad Slept

December 14, 2013 at 3:07 am by  

Shiba Inu StonedColumbus, OH - A 3-month-old premature baby girl was killed by family dogs while her pappy slept peacefully nearby.

Mia Gibson was bitten and dragged around the living room floor by the family pets, 2 Shiba Inus, after falling off the couch while sleeping with her dad, 33-year-old Chris Kusumi.

Sgt. Steven Little reported that it appears the two dogs did not attack the baby but were trying to play with her…in a chewy-toy sorta way. The little girl was found with “puncture wounds but no trauma”. Whatever the hell that means.

Eventually, one of the two dogs nudged the bedroom door where the girl’s mother, 34-year-old Sabrena L. Gibson, was catching up on the Zzzz-s and disturbed her slumber. It was here that she discovered the still remains of her newborn daughter.

Mia was rushed to the hospital but was pronounced dead.  Her distressed mother began causing a scene and threatened to snuff herself after doctors informed her of her daughter’s death. Police transported both parents to a local mental health center…hopefully to get them some unbroken sleep. Authorities did not charge mom or dad with any crime but the case has been forwarded to the local county prosecutor’s office.

The dogs, known as a hunting breed in Japan, were taken to animal control where they await their fate. I can almost guarantee they’re selling wolf tickets in the joint to up their cred with the pit bulls in the block.The county coroner has confirmed that the girl’s death was internal injuries related to the dog bites.

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  • DeweyCheatam

    What really sucks: poor kid is dead. What sucks worse: now the pit lovers will have a current example to use when I challenge them to come up with a story where someone was killed by a dog other than a pit!

  • Mr.CustodialArts

    Any “death by cat” stories? Those felines are so crafty when it comes to killin’ babies that it’s called SIDS.

  • Melissa WoofWord

    Just a hunch out there but I Think these two dogs were used for breeding. Unless it specifies otherwise, the dogs were used for breeding and plus its disgusting to keep dogs around young kids because of the worms contraction issue these dogs can make good pets when spayed/neutered but when not – and assuming the dogs live in a male/female pair, it was probably frustration due to the natural imbalance of unaltered dogs. Please spay and neuter and if you got new young babies it is probably not a good idea to assume every animal in the house will be OK.

  • Melissa WoofWord

    Many bullmastiffs have come up recently and ANY dog that is not altered is capable its just that many inexperienced people seem to be the owners of the pitbulls that commit. I even read about a chihuahua that mauled a girl. So it can happen with any breed, but once again the propensity for a larger molosser category animal to leave life threatening immense injuries is great and also fodder for news stations.

  • Melissa WoofWord

    It is unusual for a cat to attack thats why they are allowed to travel, and do not necessarily have to wear a collar. But in this case, of “death by cat” and the idea among catlovers that cats love to steal a newborn babys breath due to the milk scent around the baby’s mouth is something that should make everyone aware that any animal in the house even a giant pet snake can eat the children. Sometimes, despite everyone elses cries that the dog is safe, skeptics still remain, proved true only by the actions caused by parental negligence.

  • Mr.CustodialArts

    Well…we DO have “snake kills dog” stories, so I guess you can say it goes full circle…an Oroboros, if you will!

  • faesce

    wow
    such death
    very bite wow
    many puncture
    shibe want chew toy

  • Kelly

    My mom and grandmother ALWAYS used to say that the cats would steal the babies breath because of the milk on their breath. ._______.

  • DixieNightmares

    I’m probably going to get castigated for this, but I fucking hate dogs. They stink, they shed, they jump on you, they lick you, they stick their noses in your crotch, they bite, and the nasty little motherfuckers kill people. My friends bitchy, snarling, snapping Chihuahua died a few days ago. She loved that dog, so I sent her flowers. I do feel for her. But I hated that goddamned dog and am glad it’s gone.

    While I was at her house, a couple of her young friends brought over a pit bull puppy — I guess to cheer her up? It was all I could do to not say, “Hopefully that thing won’t eventually rip your body or some child’s body to pieces.” I figured that would be rude.

    But I can let it all out here!

  • VenusDoom3

    I guess the important difference here is that these dogs were just trying to “play” with the baby/chew toy (sob), whereas a pit would try to suck her soul out of various orifices.

  • ShelbySP

    Lol Came here to do this. Such beat me, so steal. Wow.

  • VenusDoom3

    Just… what a horrible thing to happen. I can’t even tear into the parents (too much), because it wasn’t as if they left the baby unsupervised with the dogs. Dad may not have even meant to fall asleep with her; new parents can generally fall asleep anywhere, anytime, with no provocation. This is awful, and I want to cry. :(

  • ShelbySP

    Cats just know how to make it look accidental. You know all those stories where babies end up with broken bones from “rolling out of bed” or “falling down the stairs”? Cats are behind all of them.

  • ShelbySP

    Question: Have you ever interacted with a dog besides a Chihuahua? Because your description describes those little shits perfectly, but not my mutts. Also, the kind of people who are interested in owning pit bulls are generally bad at raising dogs. Otherwise, your opinions on dogs are pretty much how I feel about children. Nasty little things.

  • Nick

    Actually Its the media chooses not to cover anything but pitbulls, we had a neighbor child years ago critically injured from being attacked by a golden retriever when contacting the local news they asked us twice if it was a pit bull, we told them no, they simply stated they weren’t interested.

  • DixieNightmares

    Yeah, I knew I’d get downvoted at the very least. You can keep your disgusting animal.

  • Lena60

    How sad for this family. But I would never let my dogs ,who are friendly around any baby unattended.The baby at that young age should have been in her crib, not sleeping on the couch with dad.

  • DarianTheBarbarian

    I love love love dogs. I have six. And I can tell you, my three year old daughter has NEVER been left alone with any of them. Not once. I have literally called the dog into the bathroom with me if I had to go, either that, or carried my daughter with me. I guess being raised in a house with around 12 foster dogs at any given time, I learned a lot about them. The golden rule is to never leave baby and dog alone together, even for a second.

  • LuluMontegut

    I am confused how it is that the baby never cried through this whole ordeal. Baby falls off sofa…no cry, dogs start “playing” with baby….no cry. Two big dogs run around, with baby, and this guy never wakes up? Maybe they took her to a room on the other side of the house, i dont know…. I know how exhausted new parents are, let alone a preemie, but i remember a story posted here about a dog, a mom, and a baby napping on a bed and the dog woke up, took the baby off the bed and did exactly what the dogs in this case did. I am not saying they are shitty parents and it is all their fault, but how many more times is this going to happen?!

  • ShelbySP

    Wow
    very anger

    such irrational
    need doge kisses yes

  • ultracreep

    Doge NOOOOOO!

  • DarianTheBarbarian

    I was thinking that, too. I always put my daughter in her bassinet when she fell asleep. I was afraid of rolling over on her.

  • ultracreep

    Preemies who most likely have had impaired lung function sometimes don’t cry very loudly. I’ve heard some that sound a lot like a door creaking. Not to mention the dogs may have gotten her with the first snap.

  • DarianTheBarbarian

    To each their own. I see your point, exactly. Dogs do all of those things. But they also give unconditional love, which I admit is the reason I love them so much. I can’t seem to get that from people, so I have a bunch of dogs. While I don’t agree with you, you make a point and you made me laugh.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    You own aggressive hunting dogs, babies are easy prey. I’m sorry that this happened, but what did you expect? I can’t believe that the parents didn’t hear the screams of agony from their child.

  • ultracreep

    The second night my daughter was home my husband sleepily put my chihuahua in her crib with her for some odd reason. The chihuahua just went to the farthest edge of the crib and cried to get out and away from this weird drool machine. I woke up to crying that was NOT the baby and was really puzzled to see him in there.

  • Pyncky

    an old wives tale. Adult cats are lactose intolerant.

  • Lena60

    My daughter was premature only by a month though. her cries were not loud at all. more like a wimper.

  • Pyncky

    an old wives tale cats do not steal a baby’s breath any more than they act a witch’s familiar.

  • G.I.R.L.

    Racist.

  • FrikkenFrak

    I say things off the cuff (often, cough, cough), so maybe your post is something like that, I don’t know. But I’m compelled to ask you if what you’re stating is that you believe all, or most, aggression in dogs is the result of not being neutered and having an irresponsible owner?

  • billymadatchu

    who cares about animal attacks when there are still gingers running around free?

  • Evan

    well because these were ginger Shiba Inus

  • FrikkenFrak

    If the media only covers stories about pit bulls, how is it I just read a story about an attack by a shiba? (And the multiple other dog attack stories I’ve read recently that didn’t involve a pit).

    I snipe at mainstream media, myself, all the time. But….Nick….seriously, you took one story that you’re familiar with and used it to gauge the actions of every media outlet.

  • FrikkenFrak

    If the media only covers stories about pit bulls, how is it I just read a story about an attack by a shiba? (And the multiple other dog attack stories I’ve read recently that didn’t involve a pit).

    I snipe at mainstream media, myself, all the time. But….Nick….seriously, you took one story that you’re familiar with and used it to gauge the actions of every media outlet.

  • FrikkenFrak

    <——– "You know the thing about a (cat), he's got… lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll's eye. Until he bites ya and those black eyes roll over white"

    They may not kill, but brother, I promise they'd like to, lol.
    And we'd never hear them coming……

  • FrikkenFrak

    <——– "You know the thing about a (cat), he's got… lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll's eye. Until he bites ya and those black eyes roll over white"

    They may not kill, but brother, I promise they'd like to, lol.
    And we'd never hear them coming……

  • FrikkenFrak

    Good point. My son was a week overdue and cried constantly (colic). So, when my daughter was born premature (2 years later), she NEVER cried. In fact (embarrassed to confess this), I actually called the pediatrician because I was concerned she never cried and was so quiet. Luckily, they didn’t laugh at me.

  • FrikkenFrak

    Good point. My son was a week overdue and cried constantly (colic). So, when my daughter was born premature (2 years later), she NEVER cried. In fact (embarrassed to confess this), I actually called the pediatrician because I was concerned she never cried and was so quiet. Luckily, they didn’t laugh at me.

  • WarriorArtemis

    Poor baby :(

  • Faith_In_Reason

    Ginger attack = animal attack

  • DixieNightmares

    Gross.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded
  • persephonix

    Touche.

  • persephonix
  • persephonix
  • persephonix

    Unaltered animals don’t have a “natural imbalance” I think having your junk removed is an “imbalance”. Don’t get me wrong, that stuff’s gotta go but I’m pretty sure animals that have hormones are naturally “balanced”.

  • Candace Slocumb
  • FrikkenFrak

    Is it wrong that I belly laughed at that? Especially when she face planted in the snow? LMAO!

    But, in defense of felines, it wasn’t an “unprovoked attack”. If someone was kicking piles of snow in my face, I’d probably leap at their head, too. (Ok, so I CAN’T jump 5 feet in the air……semantics). : )

  • FrikkenFrak

    She had it coming the moment she put on a head-to-toe pink sweat suit.

  • FrikkenFrak

    I actually remember reading that story somewhere (not here on DD).

    GREAT commentary, Jaded! My sister had a cat you would have loved. Sweet as hell, then out of nowhere would jump on the back of your head and bite the fucking shit out of you. Until I got stuck with these 3 bastard cats I have now, I HATED cats. I remember saying to my sister “I love you. But if Marshall ever touches me again, I’m going to pick him up and splatter him against the wall”.

  • Illamina

    I’ve never know lactose intolerance to cause a cat to turn down a dish of milk.

  • Ric Gillespie

    I haven’t quite yet figured it out, but something about this story doesn’t sound right to me. I’m predicting there’s more to it, or it’s made up. Guess we’ll see.

  • Illamina

    Cats can suffocate a child if they curl up too close especially near the head, as cats are wont to do, and limit a newborn’s ability to breathe but it’s rare that this happens.

  • diggydog

    Wow. Very heartbreak. Such kill. Wow. Bad Doge.

  • rpgmomma8404

    Cats are like the assholes but the animal kingdom but apparently that cat was putting up with that ladies shit. lol

  • Melissa WoofWord

    Perhaps in the US and Perhaps if the information is easily accesible. I have a habit of googling “dog attacks, month and year” and I find articles from all over the whole world about different dogs that attack in fact there are many more than you think and many places have dog bites every day but most dont gtet reported. Yes, people love to hate the pitbulls but these days most dogs are just labeled as crosses and they let you figure out what the breeds composition is thanks to your friendly Backyard Breeders.

  • Nick

    It wasn’t my point that the media covers “Only” pitbuls, hell anyone with half a brain I figured reading this particular story knew you get the occasional reporting of a different breed. I was simply pointing out in regards to the comment that was made “many inexperienced people seem to be the owners of the pitbulls that commit” that the media by far “favors” pitbull attacks which would explain the misconception that pitbulls are just dangerous animals or they all just seem to have irresponsible owners. Any Dog can attack and any breed can become violent, though if the playing field were level there would be allot more reports on the other breeds vs the 9/1 ration we currently have.

  • Melissa WoofWord

    Ok then here is an interesting spin off on that. Most families own intact dogs and dont breed them. But it is natural for the dog to seek a mate so it can impregnate the neighborhood or create BYB or Just Dont Reproduce At ALL. I think it is way less natural to keep a dog intact if it is not going to be f* every electrical outlet it can find and Many many many families have two purebred dogs kept for the purpose of breeding because their needs are unnatural for those who dont need a dog for anything other than companionship So it is unnatural to keep an intact dog if you are not going to use it for breeding.

  • Melissa WoofWord

    “Breeders” more so “Greeders” that probably sold the shiba inu pups for a thousand each know how to cull the bad ones out of the litter. Isnt that sad?

  • Melissa WoofWord

    These ones are not as aggressive as the Tosa Inu or other Japanese fighting dogs. But these dogs as I have witnessed show possession and jealousy issues – inherent in every one of those purebred dogs. They like to smile which isnt really a smile at all its more of a “my space” warning sign. These dogs are not suitable indoors with young children

  • Sara

    Well, if you’re wrong, we can be wrong together. That was hilarious, mainly because that woman issued a challenge she couldn’t back up.
    To a cat, the woman’s actions–kicking snow on the cat while slowly inching closer–were a challenge. It was the equivalent of saying, “Let’s fight.” The cat was simply accepting the challenge. The woman lost.
    If she wanted the cat to leave, she should have remained in her yard, walked quickly to the edge of the gate, pointed in the opposite direction and yelled, “Go!” Cats are unnerved by fast, jerky motions and loud noises. They take it as a threat from a dominant individual and will usually run. If they feel cornered or threatened in their own territory, they may try to fight, so it’s important to keep a respectable distance. In other words, she had it coming.

  • Rebecca High

    Shiba Inus are bred to hunt and kill small prey, and are very intelligent and hard to train, because they don’t care about pleasing you and want to set their own agenda. I also fear that as they get more popular, they are being over- bred in puppy mills and sold to whoever thinks they are cute and can pay the price. We dog-sat for a friends Shiba and it was the longest weekend of our (and our cats) lives. We called her the “devil dog”. Not to be left alone with kids for sure!

  • Heather_Habilatory

    And no one reports a dog bite that doesn’t involve injury.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    I can’t believe that story is still told.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Fkn bitch got what she deserved.

  • JustBrowsingLife

    That poor family. I bet the mother will be heavily sedated for some time. I question what they ,the parents, must have ingested to sleep through that event. My god I can’t even imagine waking up to that scene.

  • Evan

    LOLOLOL

  • DixieNightmares

    You were a child once. Were you a nasty little thing? And I’ve been around a lot of dogs. Too many. I don’t dislike people who like dogs. I just don’t like dogs. And I have good reasons. My little nephew has been bit in the face by “sweet dogs that give unconditional love.” One was a shih tzu, and the other one was a mutt, like your dogs.

  • newstarshipsmell

    I loved her Super Mario shirt.

  • Jessie

    That’s kind of sad that you have pets you can’t leave alone with your children. Six is too many.

  • Jessie

    Thanks, Adam, for reporting on a different breed of dog doing the killing for once. Just dogs doing what dogs do. If you can’t trust your family pet, it’s time to get a new one people.

  • Jessie

    Amen. I’ll be at home stroking my kitty :-p

  • Jessie

    I’ll say it. They are shitty parents and it is all their fault.

  • DarianTheBarbarian

    Actually, six is not too many. I feed them, take them to the vet and love them. It’s not that I can’t leave them alone with her, I just choose not to until she’s older.

  • thebossessecretary

    Like a “chew toy.” *Shudder* How can I un-imagine this now?

  • NY_Mommy

    I just think its really crazy for the investigator to say that they were just ‘playing’ with the baby. Sure they were playing with it but not in that fetch sort of way. More of a drag it off the couch and kill it sort of way. Which they are animals, fine what ever it happens but really? To say they were just trying to play with it?? I’ve played with many dogs, none of said play ever resulted in puncture wounds.

  • CT

    I have relatives that I cannot leave alone with my sons.

  • CT

    I am worried that someone down voted you. I’m fairly certain it was my cat, Ted. Never mind, he might hear you. It’s either him I hear talking or Jesus. Either way, I’m doomed.

  • CT

    I LOVE THIS. Newstarshipsmell turned me on to this and I have been watching it over and over. Never fuck with a cat, but a stray/wild cat – you get whatever comes your way.

  • Valerie

    My stupid cat will drink the milk from cereal bowls if he is left alone with them for five seconds. He will suffer the nasty poops just to have some milk. He is also an asshole. I love him, but he can be a jerk sometimes.

  • Valerie

    OMG, all those poor parents taking the blame? Damn cats!

  • Buffettgirl

    Awesome story… it wasn’t the kittens, she was hell-kitty pissed they named her after the baby in the Twilight series. Who wouldn’t be?

  • Buffettgirl

    Naughty Jessie! ;-)

  • Valerie

    Not to mention that they say it looks more like play instead of an attack. Dogs are dogs, they aren’t people; they don’t really KNOW what a baby is. It’s jsut a tiny human to play with. Instead of saying that it was hormones, I’d venture that these two dogs were never taught that even play biting humans is not okay.

  • Buffettgirl

    Poor little Angle-butt – this is sad. Hate myself for thinking “Phew, at least it wasn’t another Pit bull attack…” and I’m not even a Pit defender. Defend the two I owned, of course, but that’s it because I don’t know any others well enough to defend or malign… But I did meet an 8.5 week old one this past weekend, she was flipping HILARIOUS being all bad-ass on my big dog, and he just cowered like a bitch and took it. (Mainly because he knows when we say “Baby” he has to be gentle. He’s 75 pounds of goofball, awkward Lab/Rot clumsiness.) RIP Mia – you had a very hard road for such a short little life…

  • ShelbySP

    I was. Glad it’s over.

  • Valerie

    I love dogs, but I tend to agree with you. Most people do not teach their dogs to respect humans. I have a big Swissy. My 4 year old son can walk him on a leash and he knows that jumping on people/pawing people/nudging people is strictly forbidden. I have a picture of him doing some indoor leash work with my son (something that helps the dog to know that the kids are also above him in pecking order). If people would actually work with their dogs, and treat them like dogs, people would like their pets more.

  • Valerie

    My son was a preemie and he had a very, very quiet cry. Even though he slept in the same room as me after he came home, I had a baby monitor turned full blast next to him. My son was a 33 weeker.

  • FrikkenFrak

    Sorry, I disagree that it’s a simple “misconception” that pit bulls are dangerous.

    By the way, just got done reading this story.

    http://www.krqe.com/news/local/name-of-woman-killed-by-dog-released?hpt=us_bn10

  • DixieNightmares

    Good on you for being a responsible dog owner. I wish more were like you. :)

  • Illamina

    Oh He’s cute! is he part Scottish fold?

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  • Lena60

    Thats a mean fucking cat. Glad my kitties over the years have always been nice.

  • Lena60

    I bet you could if there was a cat attacking you. :P

  • Valerie

    Yes. He is also a stupid face and looks like an owl. His name is Puss in Boots.

  • Valerie

    Me, too lol. I love well mannered dogs. I can not stand one that jumps on me or rams it’s nose into my crotch.

  • Leasha

    NO ONE heard her screams??!!!

  • MyHovercraftIsFullofEels

    I wish your photo showed his socks. Unless his name is ironic.

  • Valerie

    My daughter picked him out and named him (she was four at the time). We had gone to the shelter to adopt our tuxedo cat (RIP, Mittens) and she saw the “Puss in Boots cat”. It was around her birthday, and we figured, well we adopted one, why not get another, and so we adopted the Puss in Boots cat. I call him Stupidface most of the time.

  • t3chsupp0rt

    I hate dogs, too.

    I also hate children.

    My own however, likely because of this hate, have been fantastic. Well trained, obedient, and polite, a joy to be around.

    People who don’t train their progeny, 2 or 4 legged, piss me off. It’s almost never the dog or kid’s fault that they suck.

  • velvetjoneslives

    Yes, but at least Shiba Inus’ are cute. Pit Bull are one of the ugliest dogs on the planet. Even if they were as sweet as a baby bunny I still wouldn’t like them.

  • WarriorArtemis

    So do I…Those are the relatives I’ve told my kids that they don’t exist or they are dead so that they don’t ask to see them.

  • Indiana

    Hasn’t this family suffered enough by the death of their premature baby
    girl? What is wrong with everyone making a joke about a tired new mom and dad?
    This is a very sad and unfortunate lose of a child. A true mother and father’s
    love for their child is endless and the lose they have suffered will haunt them
    for the rest of their lives.

    I agree an animal is an animal and should never be around a baby however, I
    believe the father thought his premature gift from God would be safe in his
    arms.

    The mother, father, grandparents, sibling(s), aunts and uncles have all lost
    the beginning of a cherished life. Can you imagine how they feel not being able
    to spend their precious baby girls 1st Christmas with her, instead they spent
    just a couple days before Christmas at her funeral.

    Shame on YOU for judging this family, only God can judge so keep that in mind
    while you are throwing stones at this family.

    Pray for this little girl and pray for the pain and blame this family will
    suffer for eternity.

    Indiana

  • Ric Gillespie

    No, Indiana, the family hasn’t suffered enough. The couple’s dead child is the one who has suffered. Even at face value, the story (which I am still highly skeptical of) clearly demonstrates their severe lack of good judgment, and if you can honestly look at yourself in the mirror and believe they deserve none of the blame, perhaps it is anyone ever left in your care that I should be praying for.

  • JGo555

    The only thing I have to say is that this dog breed is NOT good with kids.

  • asdfasdf

    wow much sadness

  • Benighted

    She’s got a DOG there for pity’s sake. She couldn’t take the dog out there? Dumbass.

  • Jenn Tate

    Not all adult cats are lactose intolerant. Our 16 year old cat isn’t, and neither were the 13 year old brother and sister pair that we lost a couple years ago.

  • Otaylig

    No doge meme? Much disappoint. Very shiba. Such chew toy. Wow.

  • doge

    wow
    such kill
    so bite