Target: The Honorable Norman L. Watts, Jr., Town Justice
Goal: Demand the harshest punishment for the person convicted of shooting a kitten six times.
A kitten died after it was reportedly shot six times with a .22 rifle. The alleged perpetrator is being charged with aggravated cruelty to animals. Demand the harshest punishment for the person convicted of this heinous crime.
A mother reported to local police that her son, Michael W. Vreeland, shot and killed her kitten behind her home. Trooper Jack Keller reportedly responded to the call and questioned the accused. Vreeland confessed to the crime, allegedly stating that he shot the kitten because he thought it was having a seizure. Reports claim that an official investigation did not support his story.
Vreeland is reportedly being held at Madison County Jail on $1,000 bond. Sign below and demand the harshest penalty for the person convicted of this inhumane act.
Dear Judge Watts,
A kitten was allegedly shot six times and died from its injuries. A crime this heinous cannot go unpunished. We demand the maximum penalty for the person convicted of this horrific act.
Police reports state that 22-year-old Michael W. Vreeland confessed to shooting the kitten. Vreeland’s reported confession allegedly states that he thought that the cat was having a seizure. The official police investigation did not support his story.
Vreeland is reportedly being held in the Madison County Jail on $1,000 bond. If he is found guilty, then justice must be served. We demand that the person convicted of this heinous act of abuse receive the maximum penalty under the law.
[Your Name Here]
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