Target: Attorney Adam Kick
Goal: Commend attorney for seeking justice for dog blown up by deranged owner
A man from Washington State recently strapped explosives to his Labrador retriever, named Cabella, and detonated them, killing her instantly. Christopher Dillingham has a history of violence and domestic abuse, and his nonsensical rambling at the scene about how his ex-girlfriend had “put the devil in” the dog indicates a deranged and dangerous mind.
This follows a disturbing and inexplicable recent trend of brutal executions of family pets and the violent treatment of animals in general through the use of firearms and explosives. We must not allow this trend to continue. These creatures put their faith and complete trust in humans to protect and care for them. We must not allow men like Christopher Dillingham to set a precedent for others who may think it’s amusing to destroy helpless creatures.
There were children in the house when Dillingham blew up the family dog, and he was arrested for reckless endangerment and detonating an explosive device but was not originally charged with animal cruelty because, according to Undersheriff Dave Cox, the dog’s “death was instantaneous.” Prosecuting Attorney Adam Kick ensured that the animal cruelty charge was ultimately added to the final charges against this cruel and dangerous man.
Please sign this petition to thank the prosecution in Skamania County for adding animal cruelty to the charges brought against Christopher Dillingham after his reckless abuse of a helpless animal in his care.
Dear Prosecuting Attorney Adam Kick,
Thank you for your effort to seek justice for Cabella, the Labrador retriever brutally executed by Christopher Dillingham via an explosive device. We must not allow people who would be cruel, abusive, and inhumane toward animals to get away with abhorrent actions such as these.
Your prosecution of Christopher Dillingham with the addition of an animal cruelty charge sets a precedent for how we treat those who are cruel to animals. We must protect these helpless creatures to the best of our ability, and I hope that you will continue to do so.
[Your Name Here]
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