East Lancs anti-freeze poisoner kills cats

Lenix

Lexi

Jack and Katie-Louise Dennis, who are missing their cats, Lenix and Lexi

First published in East Lancashire

ANIMAL welfare inspectors believe a cat killer in Accrington is poisoning pets with antifreeze.

At least four cats are reported to have been killed after drinking the substance in Wordsworth Road.

It is believed the antifreeze was left in ‘home made’ containers near to people’s homes.

The Dennis family, who live in the street, had to have two of their beloved family moggies put down after they were poisoned within weeks of each other.

Gemma Dennis contacted the RSPCA after the second death this week.

The mother-of-three said: “Lenix was only nine-months-old. He was fine and happy, just having a normal day, but after he’d been out on the street we started noticing him acting strange.

“He was walking funny, like he was drunk. We took him to the emergency vets and they gave him an anti inflammatory and checked his heart. His heart seemed ok and so they let us take him home but later that night he had a seizure.

“After that, it just seemed like his brain was gone. He was alive and his eyes were open but he just couldn’t do anything. We took him back to the vets and he had to be put down.”

The incident distressed the whole family, not least because it happened only six weeks after the exact same fate had befallen their female cat, Lexi.

She said: “My children were just devastated. Lenix was a gift to my son for his birthday and Lexi belonged to my eight-year-old daughter.

“I called the RSPCA and reported it because it just seemed strange that it happened twice within six weeks.”

Upon inspecting the area around her property, Gemma found small ‘parcels’ of a substance around her gate and the gate of a neighbouring property.

The parcels were described as looking ‘home-made’ and with liquid wrapped in clingfilm.

The find, along with veterinary evidence pointing to antifreeze in the digestive tract of the animals has prompted the RSPCA to believe the animals have been deliberately poisoned.

Antifreeze attracts animals, particularly cats, who find the taste and scent quite sweet, but it can cause a prolonged and disturbing death.

Gemma said: “I just don’t know how someone can do something like this.

“I think it’s absolutely disgusting. Whoever is responsible just isn’t thinking about the pain it can cause to a family. It’s so hard to pick up the pieces afterwards when you’re children are heartbroken.

“We have still got one cat but I just don’t let him out anymore. It’s just too worrying.”

In November, Luke Freeston’s two family pets were also killed by antifreeze poisoning in Wordsworth Road.

Luke said: “We had two cats, Shadow and Jasmine.

“We used to let them both out every morning and we just did so as normal that day.

“When they came back in, the youngest cat, Shadow was falling all over the place and wobbling about. It was clear there was something wrong with her. The older cat, Jasmine, was just went and led in our wash basket like she didn’t want to be around us.

“In the morning, we took them both to the vets and they were put on a drip. Shadow had to be put down because she was so ill and Jasmine passed away in the night.

“The vets told us that there were traces of a chemical found in antifreeze in their system and that was what made them ill.

“The whole family was just devastated. I just don’t know who does this kind of thing. You obviously don’t want to start accusing people but it just seems a bit odd that it happened to both of my cats on the same day.

“My children were so upset. My four-year-old daughter, Kia, loved Shadow and really thought of her as ‘her’ cat. When Shadow was ill, she slept with Kia on her bed and it just really hit her hard.”

Cats that have swallowed antifreeze act disorientated and suffer from fits, vomiting and diahorrea and it can be up to 12 hours before they eventually die from the toxic chemicals.

RSPCA inspector Kat Hamblin said: “It could be accidental or it could be there’s someone that doesn’t like cats. This is a well-known method of poisoning cats and it is definitely unusual to get four cats on one street. The fact it has happened before makes it more suspicious.

“We are asking owners to be vigilant and look out for any changes in the pets’ behaviour, such as vomiting, to take them straight to the vets.”

Anyone who has found similar parcels or has any other information is urged to call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999 and leave a message for inspector Kat Hamblin.

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7:41am Sat 15 Mar 14

rudis_dad says...

"The older cat, Jasmine, was just went and led in our wash basket like she didn’t want to be around us. "

Jesus...
"The older cat, Jasmine, was just went and led in our wash basket like she didn’t want to be around us. " Jesus... rudis_dad
  • Score: -11

9:29am Sat 15 Mar 14

Begbie says...

Some real twisted individuals out and about!
Some real twisted individuals out and about! Begbie
  • Score: 12

9:30am Sat 15 Mar 14

Mothernature says...

First thing I'd be looking for is a family with a problem teenager, testing their abillty to kill without being caught. Get away with killing with this method and who knows, a child or a lone pensioner could be the next victim. The next would be a gardener, especially one who moans about cat faeces. Whoever it is, they are one sick, twisted individual who has no thought or compassion, not just for the cats they've killed, but wildlife in general and for the owners of those poor cats. If they are ever caught, name & shame them & bang them up for several years.
First thing I'd be looking for is a family with a problem teenager, testing their abillty to kill without being caught. Get away with killing with this method and who knows, a child or a lone pensioner could be the next victim. The next would be a gardener, especially one who moans about cat faeces. Whoever it is, they are one sick, twisted individual who has no thought or compassion, not just for the cats they've killed, but wildlife in general and for the owners of those poor cats. If they are ever caught, name & shame them & bang them up for several years. Mothernature
  • Score: 5

10:13am Sat 15 Mar 14

woolywords says...

I hate cats but would never stoop so low as to kill them. It used to be said that mothballs were a good cat repellent but they are toxic to cats. So I use Lavender or Pennyroyal as strong scent, to repel them. It works and you can make tea from Pennyroyal.

Please, if you are the person poisoning them, find another method of repelling them, as this method is both inhumane and may fall into the hands of children.
I hate cats but would never stoop so low as to kill them. It used to be said that mothballs were a good cat repellent but they are toxic to cats. So I use Lavender or Pennyroyal as strong scent, to repel them. It works and you can make tea from Pennyroyal. Please, if you are the person poisoning them, find another method of repelling them, as this method is both inhumane and may fall into the hands of children. woolywords
  • Score: 14

11:02am Sat 15 Mar 14

Pan-cake says...

Just a thought. If my dog poo's and I don't clear up, I'm in line for a £1000 fine.
If a cat poo's, no sanctions. Why?
'Scratches head in confusion'
Just a thought. If my dog poo's and I don't clear up, I'm in line for a £1000 fine. If a cat poo's, no sanctions. Why? 'Scratches head in confusion' Pan-cake
  • Score: 11

12:21pm Sat 15 Mar 14

oldnorm says...

Sorry to hear about the cats, but whilst antifreeze is a killer, other household items will also kill. Anything containing Phenol, such as T.C.P., Jeye's Fluid or creosote should be kept away from cats. If a cat gets any on their fur, they lick it off and ingest it. If you clean your yard with Jeye's Fluid, keep your cat off it till its dry.
Sorry to hear about the cats, but whilst antifreeze is a killer, other household items will also kill. Anything containing Phenol, such as T.C.P., Jeye's Fluid or creosote should be kept away from cats. If a cat gets any on their fur, they lick it off and ingest it. If you clean your yard with Jeye's Fluid, keep your cat off it till its dry. oldnorm
  • Score: 8

1:29pm Sat 15 Mar 14

supertrooper says...

Yes, they are not the best pets out there. We have lost most of our small bird species due to them. And why do they mess other peoples` properties up? No doubt the cat killer will be caught and get 5 years in jail. Rob a human and beat them with a baseball bat- get 2yrs suspended sentence.
The words "cat" and a "rat" are similar for a reason- they are both vermin.
Yes, they are not the best pets out there. We have lost most of our small bird species due to them. And why do they mess other peoples` properties up? No doubt the cat killer will be caught and get 5 years in jail. Rob a human and beat them with a baseball bat- get 2yrs suspended sentence. The words "cat" and a "rat" are similar for a reason- they are both vermin. supertrooper
  • Score: 0

3:10pm Sat 15 Mar 14

useyourhead says...

Pan-cake wrote:
Just a thought. If my dog poo's and I don't clear up, I'm in line for a £1000 fine.
If a cat poo's, no sanctions. Why?
'Scratches head in confusion'
in law cats are not classed as domestic pets, hence if you hit one in your car you are not obliged to report it as you are with a dog. A weird quirk in the law.
[quote][p][bold]Pan-cake[/bold] wrote: Just a thought. If my dog poo's and I don't clear up, I'm in line for a £1000 fine. If a cat poo's, no sanctions. Why? 'Scratches head in confusion'[/p][/quote]in law cats are not classed as domestic pets, hence if you hit one in your car you are not obliged to report it as you are with a dog. A weird quirk in the law. useyourhead
  • Score: 9

5:23pm Sat 15 Mar 14

Proud2bMuslim says...

To whoever did this, one day you will have to answer for your despicable and disgusting actions on this defenceless creation in the court of the Creator.
To whoever did this, one day you will have to answer for your despicable and disgusting actions on this defenceless creation in the court of the Creator. Proud2bMuslim
  • Score: 4

6:41pm Sat 15 Mar 14

CeeBee85 says...

Mothernature wrote:
First thing I'd be looking for is a family with a problem teenager, testing their abillty to kill without being caught. Get away with killing with this method and who knows, a child or a lone pensioner could be the next victim. The next would be a gardener, especially one who moans about cat faeces. Whoever it is, they are one sick, twisted individual who has no thought or compassion, not just for the cats they've killed, but wildlife in general and for the owners of those poor cats. If they are ever caught, name & shame them & bang them up for several years.
Well, there's nothing like a bit of stereo-typing to brighten up one's otherwise boring day is there?! Stick your CSI hat on and spout off text book theories eh? You have no idea who this is, stop tarring all teenagers that may or may not have a troubled family life or upbringing with the same brush.
[quote][p][bold]Mothernature[/bold] wrote: First thing I'd be looking for is a family with a problem teenager, testing their abillty to kill without being caught. Get away with killing with this method and who knows, a child or a lone pensioner could be the next victim. The next would be a gardener, especially one who moans about cat faeces. Whoever it is, they are one sick, twisted individual who has no thought or compassion, not just for the cats they've killed, but wildlife in general and for the owners of those poor cats. If they are ever caught, name & shame them & bang them up for several years.[/p][/quote]Well, there's nothing like a bit of stereo-typing to brighten up one's otherwise boring day is there?! Stick your CSI hat on and spout off text book theories eh? You have no idea who this is, stop tarring all teenagers that may or may not have a troubled family life or upbringing with the same brush. CeeBee85
  • Score: -5

1:49pm Sun 16 Mar 14

DanDan44 says...

Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website( http://www.antifreez
e-kills.co.uk/index.
html )thank you.
Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website( http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/index. html )thank you. DanDan44
  • Score: 6

2:16pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Mothernature says...

Michael@ClitheroeSin
ce58
wrote:
Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.
You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.
[quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.[/p][/quote]You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets. Mothernature
  • Score: 3

3:19pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Lord_Lucan says...

Humans shouldn't keep animals as pets only as working animals. If you are short of something to love and spend time with get yourself some children. If that's not possible do some voluntary work caring for vulnerable people.
Humans shouldn't keep animals as pets only as working animals. If you are short of something to love and spend time with get yourself some children. If that's not possible do some voluntary work caring for vulnerable people. Lord_Lucan
  • Score: -4

3:23pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

Mothernature wrote:
Michael@ClitheroeSin

ce58
wrote:
Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.
You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.
I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax.
[quote][p][bold]Mothernature[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.[/p][/quote]You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.[/p][/quote]I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax. Michael@ClitheroeSince58
  • Score: 0

3:56pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

Things are that bad in my garden I'm thinking of getting the Americans to Napalm it, either that or investing in a flame thrower.
Things are that bad in my garden I'm thinking of getting the Americans to Napalm it, either that or investing in a flame thrower. Michael@ClitheroeSince58
  • Score: -3

6:42pm Sun 16 Mar 14

ghost of sceptic says...

supertrooper wrote:
Yes, they are not the best pets out there. We have lost most of our small bird species due to them. And why do they mess other peoples` properties up? No doubt the cat killer will be caught and get 5 years in jail. Rob a human and beat them with a baseball bat- get 2yrs suspended sentence.
The words "cat" and a "rat" are similar for a reason- they are both vermin.
You sound like a prime culprit. I guess you class vermin as a species that is succesful. We as humans do not have exclusive rights to wipe out any other life form just because they breed as we do. I find your comments ignorant and offensive. As for vermin, take a look in the mirror.
[quote][p][bold]supertrooper[/bold] wrote: Yes, they are not the best pets out there. We have lost most of our small bird species due to them. And why do they mess other peoples` properties up? No doubt the cat killer will be caught and get 5 years in jail. Rob a human and beat them with a baseball bat- get 2yrs suspended sentence. The words "cat" and a "rat" are similar for a reason- they are both vermin.[/p][/quote]You sound like a prime culprit. I guess you class vermin as a species that is succesful. We as humans do not have exclusive rights to wipe out any other life form just because they breed as we do. I find your comments ignorant and offensive. As for vermin, take a look in the mirror. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 4

6:47pm Sun 16 Mar 14

ghost of sceptic says...

Michael@ClitheroeSin
ce58
wrote:
Mothernature wrote:
Michael@ClitheroeSin


ce58
wrote:
Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.
You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.
I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax.
My cats deficate in my garden smart arse, get your facts right.
[quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mothernature[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.[/p][/quote]You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.[/p][/quote]I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax.[/p][/quote]My cats deficate in my garden smart arse, get your facts right. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 6

7:29pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Lord_Lucan says...

ghost of sceptic wrote:
Michael@ClitheroeSin

ce58
wrote:
Mothernature wrote:
Michael@ClitheroeSin



ce58
wrote:
Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.
You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.
I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax.
My cats deficate in my garden smart arse, get your facts right.
Ghost of a Sceptic you are so offensive. You must spend too much time with animals and not enough with humans.
[quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mothernature[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: Cat's will not c rap in their own garden but everyone else's they are not suitable as a family pet, they should have to pay a clean up TAX also they kill all the wild life around them horrible animals, usually owned by people that don't give a c rap about anything around them selfish type people.[/p][/quote]You obviously know nothing about cats. What you are stating is absolutely NOT true. Within my menagerie, I have 4 cats, all rescued. Only 1 of them goes out to empty his bowels and he does it in an area of my garden that is specifically for that purpose. I taught him to do that, simply because it isn't nice for others to clean up my animals faeces and being an avid gardener I understand the frustration of dealing with unwanted cat faeces. My other 3 cats refuse to go out to do their business; they will only use the litter trays. Not one of my pets have the opportunity to kill wildlife, they have loud bells on their collars & aren't allowed out unaccompanied (that's for their safety). Not all cat owners are irresponsible; most of us out there do actually care about more than just the health & welfare of our pets.[/p][/quote]I can assure you that my garden has become a toilet for about 10 cats and it's disgusting horrible mange ridden fur balls of hatred, hate the damned things. You have no idea what your cat is doing when it's not in your yard. **** things should be on a super c rap tax.[/p][/quote]My cats deficate in my garden smart arse, get your facts right.[/p][/quote]Ghost of a Sceptic you are so offensive. You must spend too much time with animals and not enough with humans. Lord_Lucan
  • Score: -7

1:16am Fri 21 Mar 14

BlueDeathOrgUK says...

oldnorm wrote:
Sorry to hear about the cats, but whilst antifreeze is a killer, other household items will also kill. Anything containing Phenol, such as T.C.P., Jeye's Fluid or creosote should be kept away from cats. If a cat gets any on their fur, they lick it off and ingest it. If you clean your yard with Jeye's Fluid, keep your cat off it till its dry.
REST IN PEACE INNOCENT ONES!! :(

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[quote][p][bold]oldnorm[/bold] wrote: Sorry to hear about the cats, but whilst antifreeze is a killer, other household items will also kill. Anything containing Phenol, such as T.C.P., Jeye's Fluid or creosote should be kept away from cats. If a cat gets any on their fur, they lick it off and ingest it. If you clean your yard with Jeye's Fluid, keep your cat off it till its dry.[/p][/quote]REST IN PEACE INNOCENT ONES!! :( https://www.facebook .com/BlueDeathOrgUK Support group- https://www.facebook .com/groups/bluedeat horguk/ http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/ http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/do-som ething.html https://www.change.o rg/en-GB/petitions/u k-eu-parliaments-law -defra-ban-all-antif reeze-preparations-u nless-they-contain-a -bitterant?utm_campa ign=autopublish&utm_ medium=facebook&utm_ source=share_petitio n&utm_term=34079333 BlueDeathOrgUK
  • Score: 1

1:31am Fri 21 Mar 14

BlueDeathOrgUK says...

REST IN PEACE INNOCENT ONES!! :(

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Support group- https://www.facebook
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http://www.antifreez
e-kills.co.uk/

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e-kills.co.uk/do-som
ething.html

https://www.change.o
rg/en-GB/petitions/u
k-eu-parliaments-law
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new?source_location=
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REST IN PEACE INNOCENT ONES!! :( https://www.facebook .com/BlueDeathOrgUK Support group- https://www.facebook .com/groups/bluedeat horguk/ http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/ http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/do-som ething.html https://www.change.o rg/en-GB/petitions/u k-eu-parliaments-law -defra-ban-all-antif reeze-preparations-u nless-they-contain-a -bitterant/sponsors/ new?source_location= petition_show BlueDeathOrgUK
  • Score: 1

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