Prosecute Woman Filmed Biting and Hitting Dog on Subway

Target: Jennifer Bluhm, OSPCA Deputy Chief, Toronto, Canada

Goal: Prosecute woman caught on video repeatedly hitting and biting her dog.

A woman on a subway was caught on video repeatedly beating and biting her small dog. The woman can be heard yelling “stop it now, you hear me, at the dog. She strikes the small animal, who tries getting away from her. At one point the owner is clearly seen snatching the dog up and biting its face. After abusing the dog for several minutes, another passenger intervenes, saying “you’ve got to stop hitting your dog,” but the woman begins lashing out at him. “What the f*** are you talking about,” she yells.

The emergency alarm was set and police eventually escorted the woman off the train. Unfortunately, they decided to release her with nothing more than a warning, and the case was handed over to the OSPCA. Please add your signature to the petition below to demand that this woman be prosecuted and banned from owning more animals.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Ms. Bluhm,

A woman was caught on video abusing her dog on a subway. The owner can be heard yelling at the small dog, then hitting him repeatedly before biting him. The abuse goes on relentlessly for minutes before a passenger steps in and tells her to stop. The woman turns her anger toward him, and is eventually escorted off the train by police.

Unfortunately, the police don’t seem to take animal abuse seriously because they released her with nothing but a measly warning. We, the undersigned, are calling on you to help save this poor dog. Please see to it that the animal is removed from the owner’s custody immediately.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Roxy Yuang

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219 Comments

  1. This woman has serious issues. Anger, possibly drug use. Whatever her problem is, the innocent dog should not be subjected to such abuse. That situation should have yielded more than a fine. Please lock her up. Make sure the poor dog goes to s safe foster home.

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