Woman Decapitated Her 7-year-old Son With Kitchen KnifeWoman Charged After Shooting Man In Head On Facebook LivePersian Vegan Animal Rights Activist Kills Herself After Shooting Multiple People At Youtube HQCanadian Man Lynched By Villagers In Amazon Rain Forest After Allegedly Killing ShamanWoman Admits Beating Her Toddler To Death For Wetting The BedWoman Accused Of Setting Ex-boyfriend On Fire On Easter Sunday

Laura CunliffeHoyland, England — A 23-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to charges of animal cruelty after nuking her kitten in a microwave for 5 minutes because the critter attacked her pet goldfish.

Officials claim an angered Laura Cunliffe tossed the four-month-old Mowgli in the microwave after the kitten attacked the fish, and set it to cook. She apparently misjudged the time needed to fully cook a kitty — poor Mowgli was still alive when she pulled her out.

“The kitten was in a distressed state when Miss Cunliffe took it out of the oven. She took the animals to a relative’s home,” said Brian Orsborn, prosecuter for the RSPCA. “The kitten could not get its breath and died about ninety minutes later. Miss Cunliffe made arrangements for the body of the kitten to be taken away to be buried.”

“In the 13 years I have been in the job I have never dealt with a case like this before,” said Lynsey Harris, RSPCA deputy chief inspector. “It is particularly horrendous because of the period of suffering for the kitten which would have been awful.”

Cunliffe, who’d had the kitten since it was just a few weeks old, admitted to zapping it. She will be sentenced next month on a charge of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal.

Cunliffe’s attorney claims she suffers from psychosis and depression and has been sectioned under mental health legislation several times.

A warning for those who may feel the need to click the source link — there are a couple of somewhat graphic pictures included with the article.

Oh, and no word on whatever became of the poor goldfish.

Help The Dreamin Demon go ad free! Support us on Patreon!
Tags: , , , ,

Comments


The views expressed in the comments are those of the comment writers and don't represent the views or opinions of D'D or its staff. Feel free to flag comments that may violate conditions outlined in our Disclaimer.