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BRANSON, MO – Two dipshits in Missouri got maximum prison sentences after they posted a video on Facebook of them dragging a kitten behind a Jeep before killing it with a rock.

Last June, 18-year-old Kyle Williams and 19-year-old Jordan Hall posted a video to a private Facebook group that showed them killing the kitten to get people to buy them a pizza.

The post included Williams posing next to the kitten that had an eyeball popping out of its head. The attached caption read: “Try to guess how I killed my cat, bet you can’t.”

In the video, posted by Williams, the cat was seen being tossed and turned as it was dragged behind a Jeep being driven by Hall.

The cat was dragged for around five minutes, with the Jeep stopping twice to check the cat. One person in the Jeep can be heard yelling: “Keep going. Don’t stop. He’s almost dead.”

When they finally stopped for good and found the kitten was not dead, Williams killed the animal with a rock.

Thankfully, some people in the group did not find the video humorous and contacted authorities.

“He posted it in the wrong group,” one group member wrote. “About a hundred of us immediately started reporting him to whoever we could get hold of. Animal cruelty is not okay.”

Both Williams and Hall were eventually arrested and would plead guilty earlier this year to animal abuse charges.

On Friday, a judge sentenced the two to the maximum time behind bars allowed. Both Hall and Williams were sentenced to four years in state prison. Williams also had an extra three years tacked on to his sentence for making a shank while in custody.

“We are satisfied with the sentences handed down today by the judge for this senseless act of depravity against a helpless kitten,” Taney County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Merrell said. “We appreciate the help of good Samaritans in our digital community in reporting this crime as it might have gone unpunished without their assistance.”

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