Man loves dog just a little too much

The thing about bestiality stories is that we can laugh at the sexual deviances of others while not having to worry too much about the well-being of their victims. Cruel, I know, but that’s the unfortunate truth.

Last week, it was reported that a Welshman, Thomas Robert Edwards, 20, was convicted of attempting to have sex with a Rottweiler. Thomas, one might surmise, is not the brightest spark. I mean, is a Rottweiler a good choice of dog to have sex with?

The genius of this story lies in some of the excuses rolled out at trial, including “I was drunk.”

Well, I’ve been very, very drunk, many, many times and can honestly say that I’ve never, ever had the urge to shag a non-human mammal.  No excuse!

This is followed by an unfortunate choice of words in the testimony: the defendant argued that he was “merely stroking the dog in the backyard.” Haw haw haw.

Maybe Thomas could have got away with these sorts of excuses in court if there was no additional proof but when the police find extreme pornographic pictures on your computer involving sexual activity with horses and dogs then, uh oh!

But Thomas has another excuse ready: the images were downloaded by accident. Whoops! Where have we heard that sort of excuse before?

And then we find that Thomas had been working at a zoo!

Crikey! Isn’t that like a paedophile getting a job in a kindergarten?

And then, finally, he nails shut his coffin by telling the court “he wanted to go to college and to work with animals.”

Sorry Thomas, but you’re not only guilty, you are stupid.

But can he be held responsible when dogs are going out dressed like this?


3 Responses

  1. Hi dear Sir,
    i hope you are satisfy my answer

    Wait, I never agreed to that!

    NO, YOU DON’T LOVE YOUR DOG TOO MUCH !!!! :o) Actually, if we had more people like you to love our furry FOREVER friends, we wouldn’t have the huge homeless population that currently exists ! It breaks my heart into a million pieces to see all these poor dogs who didn’t ask to come into this world sit in shelters on borrowed time! To see homeless dogs running our streets scared, hungry and confused because some human decided they didn’t want them any more. Sure dogs have their quirks but that’s what makes them unique! I believe that having a pet is the pet owners responsiblity for the life of that animal! I currently have 2 rescue dogs and they are the best gifts I have received from God. I also had another rescue dog (a Rott/Shepherd mix) and had to put him down a year ago due to a rare allergy where he literally chewed the pads of his feet off. When he was a pup and before this disease consumed him, he was my jog dog and loved every minute of it. He was about 2 when his allergies started and progressively worsened. It got to the point that I couldn’t take seeing him suffer. I would cry when I tried to dress his self inflicted wounds to his feet and the excessive scratching to his ears. I struggled with putting him down and finally realized that I was being selfish because I didn’t want to let him go. It was, bar none, the hardest thing I have ever done and there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of him and wish I could bring that awful day back so he could be with me. He got robbed of life…he wasn’t even 5 years old. I felt (and still feel) so much guilt, but have been reassured by my vet that I did the right thing. My husband and I spent thousands trying to find something, anything to ease his misery, but nothing helped. Sometimes while he was licking his feet he’d whimper because the foot he was chewing on would start bleeding, so we knew it hurt. I quit jogging because I couldn’t add to his pain. Regardless, he so looked forward to jogging every day when I got home from work, so instead of jogging, I would take him for rides in the car and he grew to love that ! He just was always happy to be with us and he loved it when I would cradle his head and give him kisses and whisper sweet nothings in his ear. He was so much a part of our lives and even though I have 2 wonderful dogs, there is still a void they can’t (and don’t expect them) to fill. I am crying as I’m writing this. I have a daughter who is out on her own, so I know the bond and tremendous love between a parent and child; however, the bond between pet owner and pet is just as strong. I had my Bear cremated and have a little sanctuary where I go and talk to him every day. I really miss him. So am I obsessed? I don’t think so…I’m just an average person who loves my dogs as if they were my kids. When I look into my dogs eyes, I see pure unconditional love

    Thanks YOU Sir,

  2. I’m just wondering what they Googled to come across your site ?

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