Cat Apparently Attacked and Given Bloody Neck by Two Men Deserves Justice

Target: District Attorney of Fresno County, California Lisa A. Smittcamp

Goal: Find and prosecute men who allegedly attacked cat and gave him a serious neck wound.

Figaro the cat ended up with a bloody wound on his neck after allegedly being attacked by two men. They need to be found, arrested, and prosecuted to better ensure other animals will be less likely to suffer the same fate if it is found they are responsible for abusing this vulnerable cat.

Figaro’s owner, Mayra Chavez, opened her front door after she heard a motion detector in the garage continually making noise. Figaro immediately ran up to Chavez and jumped into her arms. Chavez noticed that his neck was severely injured and originally assumed that Figaro had been attacked by an animal. However, after listening to a surveillance video, she claimed the footage recorded the voices of two men who had assaulted her pet, one of whom said out loud that her cat was lucky to have escaped. The two were also allegedly spotted in Chavez’s front yard on camera.

Chavez filed a police report, and if the perpetrators are arrested, prosecuted, and found guilty, they may spend up to three years in prison. Sign this petition to demand Figaro receive justice if it is discovered he was maliciously attacked.


Dear District Attorney Smittcamp,

Two men appeared to attack an innocent cat named Figaro on camera. It is important they are immediately found and brought to justice if they are found guilty so that they will not be able to harm other helpless creatures.

Mayra Chavez decided to investigate outside after she heard her motion detector in the garage going off. Her frightened cat, Figaro, ran up to her in distress after the alleged incident took place. Chavez discovered that the cat was bleeding from his neck. Although she at first thought he had been attacked by another animal, she claimed to hear a man saying on her surveillance camera that the cat “was lucky he got away.” It was reported the men fled the scene when they were unable to catch the cat.

For these reasons, I demand you immediately tell police to search for and arrest the men who reportedly hurt this cat and that you further tell a judge they should spend time in prison if they are tried and found guilty of such senseless animal cruelty.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Michele Bernard


  1. When these men are found they need to learn a lesson. How about a mountain lion match off with these two manly men. No weapons allowed in the match off. Let them see how it feels to be hurt and bloody. Our laws are too weak and usually this type of crime has no consequence. It should be a felony as
    ALL comes against animals needs to be a felony in ALL states. If ALL states had the same tough laws then this type of crime would occur less often if at all. These are not men they are an inferior waste of humanity. If not punished they will do it again.

    • Loretta Tiefen says:

      That’s what I say! Let see em fight a grizzly bear bare handed. Same with stupid ‘trophy hunters’!!!

  2. These vile animal abusing scumnbags definately require extermination and nothing less!

  3. get these 2 scum bags in jail and throw them off a mountain


  5. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    Prosecute those responsible to the fullest extent of the law for egregious animal abuse and cruelty!!! Make them PAY ALL VET BILLS to restore this poor cat to full health and BAN them from ever purchasing, owning, caring for, working with or living with any animals ever again.

  6. Nothing will happen to them. The only way it will is by our own hands not the police or judical system. If this was my cat I would go after these guys myself.

    • And nothing will happen to soldiers on Hawaii base where cats were mutilated. Found cats with guts hanging out. SICK MOTHERFUCKERS!!!I am still waiting for petition on this but what is the use?!

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