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Twisted thug feed's a kitten to python in a sick Video

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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:15 AM
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow


(or dorky trolls)

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:23 AM

Originally posted by Edgecrusher26

The Kitten had a name, it was Jasmine. Leads the viewer to believe that i was a pet for a few months until this person decided to do what he done.

When was it named? Did it know it's name? I have a deceased nephew that was named after he was stillborn. He had a name though so I must have gotten to know and love him.

Personally i think its terrible, For a domesticated animal such as a cat, a family pet, to become food for something such as a snake.

How do you feel about a domesticated animal such as a cow or a chicken, a family pet, to become food for some person? Have you met people? Many of them suck.

Wild cat, i'm all for it lets see that snake fight for its prey then, because wild cats are vicious little S*&t's, this cat however was a house pet, a domesticated animal who see's humans as some sort of mother/father figure, feed it, keep it safe etc, and it was a kitten, so how much chance did it have to really defend itself?

It was a kitten. It did not spend decades growing up with people learning to love them. It barely knew anyone in that room.

The fact that he set the whole feeding up and it wasn't a natural kill so to speak.

How do you feed your pets? How do you suppose other snake owners feed their pets? Do you think they just tell the snake where to find their food if they want it later or do they "set it up?"
Why is this different?
I set it up for my cats. I put the food in their dish. I spend the money on the food that gets the people to kill the DOMESTICATED animals that go to feed my cats.

Yes true, in the wild animals eat animals all the time, its called survival.

In the wild? It happens EVERYWHERE. There is a dead raccoon in my backyard right now. Things are feeding on it. I myself am eating another animal as we speak. I am not out in the wild.

In societies such as ours, it's different.

No it is not. Animals eat animals all the time. The difference is that when you open a bag of dogfood or throw a steak on the grill, you dont see a face because someone else looked at it for you.

Dogs kill cats naturally, so by saying its alright to feed the Kitten to the snake, it would be alright to feed it to an Dog? or Crocodile?

Why not? Why is ok to feed horses to dogs? Why is it ok to feed chickens to crocodiles?

This video is not cool at all, normal people would agree, so just quit making an argument for arguments sake dude.

I do not think the VIDEO is cool either. I have said that many times so stop making up arguments just for the sake of arguing things I never contested.

Sure he can feed the Kitten to the snake, its an animal, and you can use your logic of " it happens in the wild" or "whats the difference between a rat/mice and a cat getting fed to it".

That is nothing like my "logic" which is probably why you got this so wrong. That was not at all the argumenet I made.

But the simple fact is, humans are raised with the understanding that cats and dogs are pets, and rats and mice are pests.

Says who? Are you going to tell my neice her pet is not a pet? I will give you the number.

Please give me a list of what I am allowed to consider a pet and what I am allowed to consider a pest.
My neice wants to know.

I am sure there are a lot of people that would find cruelty in a snake feeding on pet rats and mice as well.


There is a massive difference between domesticated and wild.

I am not sure you understand the words you are using. Those mice that are sold as food are domesticated mice.

The fact it was a Kitten in the video meant the poor animal didnt stand much of a chance in the first place, so its cruelty in it's highest form of the word.

But a mouse stands a chance? How often do you hear about snakeowners losing their snake because well, dinner time is 50/50 with them mice?

And since it wasn't exactly his first video of him putting kittens to their demise, makes me wish i could find the person and put an end to it myself.

Well I am not positive that case has been made and am not going to jump all over that while it sits as internet forum conjecture.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:26 AM

Originally posted by muse7
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Just a question here

We know snakes will eat anything

But can a snake find a domesticated cat in the same place where it found a hippo and a water buffalo?

Are you asking me if domesticated cats and wild water buffalo share a habitat?
Can you explain what you think you mean by domesticated?
Can you help me understand the point of this question?
Do you honestly believe there are no snakes in the wild eating anything as cute as cats?
Can you tell me what makes a domestic cat more valuable than a feral cat?

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:27 AM

Originally posted by Amanda5
reply to post by ErroneousDylan

I am in Australia and you have to have a licence to own a reptile.
The friend who taught me about snakes was a licenced reptile owner and came from America.

Maybe it was Australia that she needed the licence but she did tell me she had them all her life.

Much Peace...

All her life? Well if she was born with a snake handling license then I certainly have no idea where to get one of those. You do not need any such thing here in NY state so the next time you call me ignorant before admitting you have NO CLUE, you might want to pause a moment.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:29 AM

Originally posted by Amanda5
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

I am not ignorant about what is important.
You are ignorant about psychopathic behaviour.
If you feel the need to go on about me being ignorant - go right ahead.

Much Peace...

Where did that start?

Originally posted by Amanda5
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

You had a snake and didn't have a licence.
That shows how ignorant you are and how little you know about the care of animals.
You are lucky you were not caught by the Police, a Ranger or an Animal Activist and reported.

Who called who ignorant?
Get your personal feelings back into mature adult form and try and have a conversation like a rational human bieng. I will not get sucked into a name calling tit for tat.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:33 AM

Originally posted by PaxVeritas
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Now you are LYING.

Quite a bold claim. Why do you never explain what I am lying about?

Domestic KITTENS are not NATURAL food sources in the wild. Maybe an accidental incident every once in a while, but YOU KNOW it is not a habitual food source.

I never said any such thing. So you are lying, again?

Why? DOMESTIC KITTENS are not in the WILD. You know that, you're spinning, you're lying, just to be a Devil's Advocate.

I guess if I said what you claim I lied about, I would be a liar. I never said it though. Where the hell did you read it?

I'm done feeding your pseudo Contrarianism.

edit on 4-12-2011 by PaxVeritas because: (no reason given)

You have not even started. You just made all that crap up completely and called me a liar for saying I said something I never said.

Is this really how sad this thread got? We cannot discuss anything without you little girls getting into a hissy fit?
If you are going to call me a liar, do not lie about what I said to try and make that argument.

What do you people want? Want me to agree he needs to be hung, killed, castrated, and tortured for feeding an animal to another animal?

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:35 AM

Originally posted by PaxVeritas

Originally posted by Algernonsmouse

Originally posted by PaxVeritas
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Can you please furnish me with a list of predators which eat DOMESTIC KITTENS as a food source in the wild?
Meaning, are DOMESTIC KITTENS prey, in ANY circumstance, habitually?

Sure thing. Right after you explain to me what you mean by differentiating between kittens and domesticated kittens. Please tell me how to tell the difference in a youtube video. Thanks!

P.S. Do you understand the term "domesticated?" Hamburgers are domesticated. Get it?

I'm not interested in your Contrarian (bordering TROLLING) on this thread. It's for others who wish to engage you, the lone Devil's Advocate, on arguing your 'point' against all known facts given to you.

So keep on being the Contrarian because it makes you feel special. It doesn't, you're in error.

So you do not know then?
I had a feeling the entire arugment you were making was based on emotions and not facts or logic. That was why I asked this. Thank you for responding that you do not have the facts or the knowledge.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:37 AM

Originally posted by Edgecrusher26
Domestication or taming is the process whereby a population of animals or plants, through a process of selection, becomes accustomed to human provision and control.

Notice how the cat was calmly being carried into the room for feeding time, well a wild cat would have been scratching and biting the person carrying it.

Thats how you can tell a difference.

what the hell do hamburgers have to do with anything?
edit on 4-12-2011 by Edgecrusher26 because: (no reason given)

Seriously? You give that great answer and then ask that incredible stupid question? Cows are every bit as domesticated as cats, even according to you. So if the issue is that it is cruel because the cat is domesticated then every burger served is just as cruel because cows are also domesticated.

So is domestication the argument people really wnat to use?

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:38 AM
reply to post by ErroneousDylan

Except I did look at it from the other perspective, rationalized it, and used common sense to see it for what it was while at the same time explaining why the detractors were arguing at all. I killed two birds with one stone.
edit on 4-12-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:38 AM
reply to post by ltinycdancerg

Post that 5 or 6 more times.
Eventually it might get funny.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:38 AM
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Careful, he may call you a contrarion again.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:40 AM
reply to post by Noobastronomer

I had a friend that fed his snake rabbits, kittens, squirrells or whatever else he would trap or zap in the yard, his python was some kind of African snake that grew to be 8 1/2 foot and was his pet for over 6 years. Feeding cats to snakes is OK.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:41 AM
Whilst I disagree with the kid videoing it, the snakes got to eat. The animal kingdom does not make allowances for pets.

The fact is, the kitten was obviously lower down the food chain.

Humans eat other animals, animals eat animals, hell, even some plants eat flesh!

But yeah, it was still wrong to film the feeding process.

Anyway, aren't cats technically classed as vermin? Or is that just feral cats?

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by Algernonsmouse


posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:43 AM
reply to post by muse7

that snakes alittle big for mice my friend if he wants his snake to grow his snake needs to eat whats available.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:43 AM
reply to post by Algernonsmouse

Nice wordy deflection, how about an answer to what I was asking though?
I know what you are doing, and know what you are arguing, but I don't see why. If it was just to help people to look at it from a different perspective, that could have been accomplished with one concise post, but you are adamant about making this argument over and over again to the point that it seems you don't see what is wrong or that you are justifying the actions. It becomes a little annoying at that point, and I would consider it trolling if it wasn't obvious you just want to be viewed as the girl that can "think outside the box." The fact is a lot of us already went there and came back full circle to the original conclusion drawn.

P.S. before you go off on another deflection regarding the "second part" of my post, I would prefer you answer my original question.
edit on 4-12-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:43 AM
I can see both sides of the equation here. However, this was, well, it's a kitty darn it all. I can see this video gaining some traction due to it's nature. I suppose its analogous to someone being opposed to hunting or fishing yet they are happy to eat food processed in horrible ways but packaged nicely at the grocery store for the thought of consumption. I've joked about eating our three big dogs if things go that far in our near future. Just because I wouldn't own a snake to save my soul doesn't mean someone else shouldn't. Mice and rats all over the world are thinking, "Hey, man, we've got a chance here!". I'd also have to throw in there that my three dogs protect our home as well as provide great companionship. Snakes? Not so much. Cats can provide entertainment and friendship but that's it. However, cooked properly, I'm sure that they too might taste like chicken. I ate a lot of mystery meat while traveling abroad. Possibly I too have tasted a kitty, doggy, or monkey. Whatever it was, washed down with another ice cold beer or ice cold coca-cola it was always awesome. This particular video is brilliant in the fact that it shocks the heck out of ya but makes you think it over. The only thing the kitty killing enabler could have done to really throw it further over the top would have been to wear the whole Santa suit for the filming of snake snack time. Had that gone viral, X-mas could have been destroyed simultaneously for all the little people exposed to its viewing! The kitty killing enabler has us here. You can not like this for a lot of different reasons and vice versa. The only possible argument I can come up with is that now that snake likes kitties. Don't they kill gators fed by humans? The middleman is the problem. Snakeyclaus has issues some might think. I bet that snake doesn't give a crap what snakeyclaus thinks and would entertain wrapping itself around him if the opportunity was presented. What a conundrum.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:45 AM
I'd like to hear if anyone has found out more/knows more about this Luka guy-
that whole story is bizarre.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:47 AM
OK, for all the wonderfully mature and enlightened adults here that keep calling me a troll and making emotion based arguments all while condemning a complete stranger and even dignosing them let me ask you what I am missing.

The argumenst presented in the thread are
It is cruel because it is a cat and not a mouse.
It is cruel because cats are pets.
It is cruel because cats are domesticated.
It is cruel because it was set up and not natural.

Did I miss anything?

Some people like mice mor than cats, that is not an argument.
Mice are just as much pets to some people are cats are pests to others.
The mice sold in pet stores as pets and food are domesticated just like the cows and chickens that die to feed your dog and your cat.
If he fed the snake any other animal, it would still be set up.

None of those arguments worked so now I am just a troll?

I would rather just be corrected.

posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 06:49 AM

Originally posted by ltinycdancerg
reply to post by Algernonsmouse


Hey, where is your pseudo mod mad skills on those gay porn star and Karla Humulka posts?
Just asking.

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