Let's see, we can build a house out of a strong, highly insulative, non-toxic, natural, fire resistant, rodent resistant, agricultural waste product OR we can use a dwindling resource, one that burns well, one that needs products produced from petroleum to insulate it, and then cover it with more petroleum based products that release harmful vapors into the home in which you, your children and your pets live. Sounds like straw (not hay) bales is the way to go to me.
There has got to be a better way. A better way to vent anger and frustration then wishing more pain and torture to be in the world. A better way to find and treat those who need help. And a better way to treat all beings, four legged or two. As far as the little kitten, I believe she is in a better place. Be it with God, or if returning to this earth to a far better life.
In the mean time let's not lose the lessons she taught us. Returning love and forgiveness irregardless. Also think of all the attention, and donations, she has focused on those animals that still need good homes and the organizations that care for and support them. And for the abuser, well in his own way he taught us a lesson as well. I only hope this incident also helps those with mental problems get help either on their own or through friends or family thinking, "That could have been ...."
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