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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:52 AM
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The argument could be made that you have more off about you than the PERSON you want to neuter for feeding an animal to another animal.
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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:54 AM
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WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE..!! I'm sorry but Wow im amazed at some of the reply's in here... Sure the snake was doing what comes natural - feeding. However, to feed a kitten and video tape it for one's amusement is really a sadistic act in my opinion....How would you feel if i christmas wrapped one of you, feed you to a LION and videotaped it?

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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:55 AM
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I am glad to see that I am not the only one who is not all that upset by it... I mean, I am, the guy is a creep for feeding the snake a kitten...

But, people feed their snakes, live rats and mice every single day. I guess it does not bother them as much because a rat is not cute.

I admit I have not and will not watch the video, simply because I don't like watching any kind of animal suffer...But somehow I am just struggling to get very upset here.

What does bother me, is the guy filming it... I wont watch it as I said, so I don't know if he was doing it because he enjoyed it...but if that is the case, then yeah, what the guy did does bother me...

The act of feeding his snake a kitten, not so much... But, when you have a guy who gets off on things like that....Well, that is what I find gross.
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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:55 AM
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Go to YouTube and watch how many videos there are of reptiles and ferrets etc, eating things live. Not just for sickos.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:56 AM
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We're talking about a 20 year old something, that's not a child.

2nd. He filmed it, in which my opinion adds more proof that this was done out of pleasure that he probably got out of watching the snake kill the cat.

3rd, People that keep snakes as pets feed them mice....why? Because jungle rules do not apply here.

Also, the Snake did nothing wrong here and should not be blamed. This was just all the work of a sadistic psychopath
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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:56 AM
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It's all over the news and in major papers, they asking everyone whether someone knows that guy.
Chances are good they find him and he will go to jail, i don't think that many people have giant snakes at home. Shouldn't be too hard to track him down.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:57 AM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
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I'm a dog owner and I personally dislike cats. However, I do think most pet owners would agree in saying dogs, cats and some other animals demonstrate a level of intelligence, not just instinctive behavior, that other animals don't. Filming the killing of one of the most adored of the domestic animals was sick and twisted and this guy knew it.


So your problem is not that he fed it to the snake but that he filmed it? I am not sure I can get onboard there. Apes are generally considered much smarter than cats and we do far crueler things to them in the name of science and capitalism. I would rather spend my "upset" time upset about things like that if it has to do with intelligence.

I agree cats and dogs seem a lot smarter than mice. My cousin is mentally retarded. Does that make him more foodworthy?



If a snake eats Garfield in the woods...so be it. Nature is a brutal place. This wasn't natural and the brutality came from a human being. That changes everything.

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I get what you are saying but there are "pet" snakes all over the country being fed something right now that some little girl has as a pet in her bedroom somewhere else. The only difference here is that it was videotaped. Do you feed your dogs or do you hope they will find food?



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:58 AM
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Sure are a lot of hypocrites out there. To all who have or are going to say that it was cruel, remember the photos the next time you eat ANY type of meat! And no, i'm not a vegan or any type of vegetarian. It is simply nature at its rawest. For all anyone knows, that kitten was going to be dropped off on the side of a road/feild/ river to either starve to death or some other natural LONG AGONIZING NATURAL death. Not saying i would choose that particular species, but it is on the menu for the snake. And to those who say its cruel because its ''domestic'', people do have chickens, cows, sheep, and pigs as ''domestic'' pets. just sayin.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by Noobastronomer
Wow im amazed at some of the reply's in here... Sure the snake was doing what comes natural - feeding. However, to feed a kitten and video tape it for one's amusement is really a sadistic act in my opinion....How would you feel if i christmas wrapped one of you, feed you to a LION and videotaped it?



Well, I agree that it is wrong to feed the cat to a snake. I would never do it. But then again, I would never own a a snake because I could not stand to feed it rats and mice.

I think what is bothering people is that it was a cute animal...As bad as that sounds.

Do you think people would be as upset, if it were a live rat? Snake owners feed them live rats all the time.

I admit I am not that bothered by it.

What bothers me is that he video taped it and posted it online... What bothers me is not that he fed the snake a kitten, it is that perhaps he enjoyed doing it....

But keep in mind I did not watch the video, so I can't fairly judge whether or not that is the case....

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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:00 AM
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Originally posted by Noobastronomer
Wow im amazed at some of the reply's in here... Sure the snake was doing what comes natural - feeding. However, to feed a kitten and video tape it for one's amusement is really a sadistic act in my opinion...


I don't think it's sad, sadistic or whatnot, if that's the case, every animal documentary, that shows lions, tigers etc. hunt, kill and eat animals would be sadistic too. But we still watch them, out of curiosity maybe, because we want to see how the animals react, want to learn of their behaviour...

I guess the big problem people here have is because it's a 'cute kitten'. It's the same as people overreacting at movies because a dog gets killed. Humans get killed in movies, nobody gives a # about it, dogs, cows, tigers get killed in movies, nobody gives a # about it. Dogs? Cats? "ooooh they're so cute pets i love them" and bam, suddenly it is a problem and people go crazy.
Same here. If the guy fed a rat or any other 'none cute, pet compatible' animal to his snake, most people wouldn't go as crazy as shown here. But it's a cat and therefore the guy is sick



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:00 AM
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I'm just saying don't get too high and mighty while simultaneously calling for someone to be neutered. I changed it from child to person, thanks for the catch there. Go on YouTube and look how many videos like this there are, not cats per se.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:00 AM
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The replies here are just...wow

The guy in the video had no reason to be feeding a cat to that snake. I'm pretty sure that there is a pet store in every city that sells mice and rodents specifically for the purpose to be fed to snakes so that snakes do not feed on dogs or cats, which are looked at as pets and are domesticated.

What if I feed a baby to a snake? Would you all have a problem with it? After all that cute little python has to eat something doesn't it?



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:01 AM
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Originally posted by Noobastronomer
Wow im amazed at some of the reply's in here... Sure the snake was doing what comes natural - feeding. However, to feed a kitten and video tape it for one's amusement is really a sadistic act in my opinion....How would you feel if i christmas wrapped one of you, feed you to a LION and videotaped it?

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LOL..... Excellent comparison! For the uptick in scale between the one eating and the meal being served, I think that is about perfect. Perhaps that might give folks a different way of considering it. I can't help but think that cat trusted the human in a real, thinking way. That just made his behavior worse and worthy of the 20,000 pound reward the story mentions for the identity leading to bagging the ....person there.

I believe Anacondas get big enough to eat a person. Perhaps he can be dropped off in Anaconda country. If he can make it out...he's free with no further punishment.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:06 AM
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Originally posted by muse7
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The problem here is that we're not in the jungle or the forest, that kid lives in a house and in a city that most likely has a pet store that sells mice especially raised to be fed to snakes.

If that cat had been roaming around the jungle and the snake got it then, too bad stuff like that happens. But that psychopath fed him a cat that was domesticated and the family's pet.
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Are you a vegan? Do you hunt your food in the jungle? Ever enjoy a Mcnugget? Do you have pets? Do you make them hunt for their own food or do you feed your pets?



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:08 AM
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To all who have or are going to say that it was cruel, remember the photos the next time you eat ANY type of meat!


I am eating meat but i am not ####urbating at the thought that an animal gets killed for the sake of eating meat, nor do i find it or the thought funny or entertainment in the slightest. If that would be the case i were mentally ill, as obviously the poster of this video is.

I am eating meat...but also don't post "funny videos" with music online showing mass slaughter of chickens or cows and think it has some "entertainment" value.

Learn where insanity starts, please....do you think that someone who eats meat should automatically think that that the video is "ok" - especially in the way how it was made? CHEEZUS.

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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:08 AM
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I feed my dog, food that comes prepackaged and made specifically for dogs. I don't go and get a chicken or a hamster and videotape my dog killing it.
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posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:09 AM
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Originally posted by Domo1
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Go to YouTube and watch how many videos there are of reptiles and ferrets etc, eating things live. Not just for sickos.


look man....i suggest you try and differentiate a SADISTIC act from a normal one....



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:09 AM
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Ummmm....
would've been nice if you had just linked to the pix- instead of embedding.
That just f*d up my whole world.

I clicked on this thread expecting an article/written explanation on the story (with a link/embed of the vid that gives me a choice to view it...not SHOVE IT IN MY FACE)
Last time I checked, ATS isn't Faces of Death- Domestic Pet Edition (aka snuff)




posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:09 AM
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Yes, he is a psychopath because he enjoyed watching an animal die. Hm. Let's take a look at the movie industry. Horror movies are the most lucrative and supported genre of movies out there, and what is the common theme among them? Humans being murdered in sick and twisted ways or even eaten by "monsters". I guess all those millions of people that watch those movies and get enjoyment out of it are sadistic psychopaths as well.

The body actually enjoys these things that display horrific scenes in their mind. Many people see something disturbing on the internet and yet... they can not seem to stop thinking about it for sometime. Why? Because the body provides a positive emotion, subconsciously, even if consciously they are feeling ill towards it. This is because the body can actually experience positive and negative emotions at the same time.

Eduardo Andrade (University of California, Berkeley) and Joel B. Cohen (University of Florida) have this to say:


"When individuals who typically choose to avoid the stimuli were embedded in a protective frame of mind, such that there was sufficient psychological disengagement or detachment, they experienced positive feelings while still experiencing fearfulness,"


Such things that are viewed as shocking help break away from the normal mindset one has and introduce them to new things which excite the mind and body.

I am not claiming there is NOT something psychologically wrong with this person and that they will NOT grow up to be a murdered but I'm not really sure on what grounds people can conclude that they will.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 04:09 AM
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Originally posted by Algernonsmouse
So your problem is not that he fed it to the snake but that he filmed it? I am not sure I can get onboard there. Apes are generally considered much smarter than cats and we do far crueler things to them in the name of science and capitalism. I would rather spend my "upset" time upset about things like that if it has to do with intelligence.

I agree cats and dogs seem a lot smarter than mice. My cousin is mentally retarded. Does that make him more foodworthy?

I get what you are saying but there are "pet" snakes all over the country being fed something right now that some little girl has as a pet in her bedroom somewhere else. The only difference here is that it was videotaped. Do you feed your dogs or do you hope they will find food?

Oh come on now, that is really pulling what I said in a direction I never intended and that ought to have been self evident in context. Dogs and Cats demonstrate an intelligence but there IS more to it than that. They also show a tangible affection we interpret as love..whether they see it that way or not. We BOND with them and they, with us. When was the last time you heard of a human bonding with a cow, sheep or guinea pig where it wouldn't follow criminal indecency charges? There IS a serious difference in perceptions and that is what matters in viewing this as one SICK puppy. I don't blame the snake that ate the cat. I blame the two legged rat that helped the two meet that way.

I feed my dogs but how does that compare? I'm not finding cute cuddly things to toss them and watch what happens next. Although if I did have a pet that preferred live food like a snake..and a BIG one like this...I believe I'd stick to the rodent variety or maybe guinea pigs. I believe I've heard of them being used for the larger snake food menus, so to speak. I wouldn't go out of my way to film the feeding with one of the most objectionable animals a civilized person could imagine to use.






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