Cat Zipped Into Backpack And Drowned – Demand Justice


Target: Geoffrey Muecke, Chief Judge of the South Australian District Court

Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the person who reportedly zippered a cat into a backpack and threw it into a river.

A cat drowned after she was zippered into a backpack and thrown in a river. A group of bystanders tried to save the cat, but were unable to reach her in time. Demand justice for this innocent cat.

The RSPCA of South Australia called it “a deliberate act of cruelty.” A female tortoiseshell cat was zippered into a backpack and thrown into the flooded Gawler River. Her desperate cries could be heard from the shore, but the backpack was too far away to be retrieved in time. The cat wore a collar but it did not contain identifying information. She was likely someone’s pet.

RSPCA inspectors are currently investigating. They have asked for the public’s help in identifying the person responsible. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.


Dear Judge Muecke,

A cat drowned after she was zippered into a backpack and thrown in the Gawler River. The person responsible is still at large. We demand justice for this innocent cat.

The tortoiseshell cat’s desperate cries could be heard all the way on the shore. Trapped in a backpack with no method of escape, she slowly drowned in the flooded river. She died, painfully, before rescuers could reach the backpack.

The RSPCA of South Australia has stated that this torture was deliberate. Whoever is responsible for the death of this innocent cat must receive the maximum penalty possible by law.


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Photo Credit: RSPCA South Australia

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    • Barbara H. Vinson says:

      You are so right! There just aren’t enough negative adjectives for this kind of slimebag. I hope to hell they get him and boil him in his own oil. People like that do not deserve to live because this poor victim probably won’t be his only one. Curse him!

  2. Justice is not enough..There should be animal courts around the world..These shitters, when found must be made to pay..same eye for an eye..Then I would be happy.Bast…ds..

  3. hakan alaboz says:

    I am losing my faith in humanity day by day. RIP kitty.

  4. Yolanda Bernhard says:

    to hell with this human scum animal cruel treatment

  5. Find that bastard tie him or her up with cement in a bag and slowly let them die!!???????????????

  6. I didn’t believe in eye for an eye. However, some situations call for it. When you are committing evil, low life pond scum acts like this. I say toss them off a bridge in a suitcase and let them drown just like they did to this INNOCENT. Sorry…. bye. I’m so done with all these horrific acts. I pray for the day I don’t sign another petition here….only because it will become a NO BRAINER to exact justice on society’s trash.

  7. Sydney Myers says:

    Find him or her, secure an anchor around the neck and throw into the ocean !!!!!!!

  8. sabita patwardhan says:

    Get the bastard who did this.

  9. renate botzler says:

    Special candle for you ? my friend
    Nature treats back now ? Monsters
    Take responsibility for your cruelty
    Live your nightmare now ?
    Feel the pain of your victim
    every minute of your senseless life
    Live your hell ? now
    Higher Justice works now ?

  10. Anita Culling says:

    What an evil coward. This wicked evil person must be locked up. Karma of the worst kind fall upon them

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