Man Accused of Stabbing Puppy for Taking Girlfriend’s Side in Argument Must be Punished

Target: Richard Wesch, Lee County, Florida Attorney

Goal: Seek the maximum possible penalty for man who allegedly stabbed a puppy to death because he claimed the dog always sided with his girlfriend during arguments.

A man reportedly stabbed a boxer-mix lab puppy to death, claiming he did so because the puppy kept siding with his girlfriend during arguments. After the argument calmed down, the puppy followed Mike Lado into the kitchen. Police say that’s when Lado grabbed a large butcher knife and stabbed the poor puppy, named Blue. The detectives say that there was blood all over the doors at the end of the hallway, which showed that the puppy had probably attempted to escape Lado. Blue later bled out, police said.

Blue hadn’t done anything to deserve this brutal slaying. According to Lado’s girlfriend, the puppy barked and growled, but did not approach Lado in an aggressive manner. There’s nothing that could justify such a heinous murder of an innocent little puppy. Please sign the petition below to demand that justice is served for Blue.


Dear Mr. Wesch,

An innocent puppy was reportedly stabbed by a man because the man believed that the puppy always sided with his girlfriend during arguments. Police say that the bloody doors made it appear that the poor puppy, named Blue, had attempted to escape the violent slaying. Blue later bled out.

This is an extremely violent, heinous act of animal cruelty. It would be dangerous to assume that this will be an isolated incident, as anybody who’s capable of this act poses a serious risk to society as a whole. We’re calling on you to help bring this innocent puppy justice and see to it that this man never harms another creature again. We, the undersigned, demand that this man be given the harshest possible punishment as well as a lifetime ban from owning animals.


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