KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, woman wants the city to make an addition to its animal control policy after she says her pet was killed and left for her to find in her front yard. Amy Pepper said she was traumatized after coming home from work Sunday night to find a black trash bag with her dead cat inside.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
AMID ANIMAL ACTIVIST OUTRAGE: HOW SHOULD KANSAS CITY PROPERLY DISPOSE OF AND PAY RESPECT TO DEAD PETS?!?!?
Apparently, a trash bag isn't good enough for dearly departed fluffy and furry friends. Here's a bit of activism that demands more consideration for the feelings of those who grieve pets or might be sensitive to dead critters on local streets. Checkit: