LAPD K9 Likely Responsible for Attacking Cat

Cat Police A Los Angeles woman is claiming that upon returning home she found her cat seriously injured after an LAPD K9 Unit had been allowed to search her apartment. The incident occurred on March 10th after officers searched her entire apartment building with a police dog, while looking for a burglary suspect. The cat suffered multiple injuries, including puncture wounds, bruised lungs and torn nails that required veterinary services exceeding $1,000 dollars. Alissa Kirby, the owner of the cat, plans to file damages with the LAPD, who have not yet given her an official explanation.

“I think as officers of the law, they should be accountable and they should be held to a higher standard than ordinary citizens because they’re supposed to be protecting us. Not invading my home, attacking my pet and then leaving with no word. Accidents happen, but they need to have a protocol for dealing with this type of thing. And if they do, they need to revise it because it’s clearly not working.”

Aside from a lack of transparency and accountability, K9 Unit Leader Lt. Michael Carodine has essentially denied the incident ever happened in his remark, “that didn’t even occur.” He claims that in his two years running the K9 division that only once has a police dog made contact with another animal and that such situations are nearly impossible.

“Even though the dogs are trained a particular way, the bottom line is it’s still an animal and animal instinct does have a tendency to kick in. But that’s why we put so much time and effort into how we train our dogs so it’s not an issue.”

Cat Fuck the PoliceMeanwhile the pet owner’s veterinarian says that the wounds are all consistent with an attack by a dog. Police also acknowledge that a K9 dog entered her apartment on the day her cat received its terrifying injuries. Now, I may not have gotten a degree in law enforcement from some accelerated course, affordable, accreditation mill, but I am gonna go out on a limb and say that the incidences have a pretty strong chance of being connected. Since I personally slayed all of the Los Angeles area werewolves that walk through walls back in 2009, that can safely be ruled out. Unless some ghastly chupacabra poltergeist makes another appearance, I think it is safe to say that the LAPD allowed their animal to attack another animal during the course of a questionable search and are trying to cover up another one of their numerous acts of misconduct.

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  • keepitreal

    The dog gave that cat a lawful order, which it did not obey.

  • CopsKill

    I bet the K9 was trying to get with that pussy. Things went bad after the advances were shut down by the feline.
    Just another example of the MRC abusing their power.

  • Karl N

    Copskill, keepitreal two with a caveman mentality; dumb, nasty and retarded. Obvious never had a pet and don’t now what love is. Lady, I hope your cat is pulling thru and you sue the pants off these criminal pigs.

  • JC

    I doubt the K9 had anything to do with the cat’s injuries. The dogs are on a leash, and the officers wouldn’t want the dog attacking animals. They are trained not to attack other animals. Since you weren’t in your apartment, maybe the cat got out at one point and got into a fight with another animal.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=96229

  • Joshua Scott Hotchkin

    Only JC would have the mental configuration to assume that rather than being bitten by the dog that was irrefutably in the apartment, the cat can magically walk through walls. This is real life, not a Heinlein story. Typical JC bullshit. Besides, you plagiarized your entire response from a book that I actually own. Come to think of it, I never see you both in the same comments at the same time. o.O
    You go, hero!

  • mobooz

    So, where are you getting that they went into her apartment? I read the linked article twice just to be sure, and I never saw any mention of that–only that they were in that building. Maybe it was the teleporting werewolves, after all.

  • Chicago Style

    The cat probably had a marijuana scent on its fur from the owner’s habit from the night before. Lol

  • keepitreal

    Have o take it from you, slaps. You are, after all, a renowned expert on attacking animals. Well, attacking, molesting, it’s all the same, right?

  • keepitreal

    “from the owner’s habit from the night before.” Regular master of the written word, aren’t you… Wait, I meant masturbater of the written word. But keep studying, you’ll get to a 3rd grade level in 3 more years. Well, maybe 4. 5 tops.

  • keepitreal

    Your just jealous that Chris is such a better writer than you. And has a hell of a lot more class.

  • keepitreal

    Dude, you’re an idiot. Look up this word: s-a-r-c-a-s-m. And who’s keepitreal two, anyway?

  • Michael Young

    Idiot,read the LA Times article!!! Fucking dog was off it’s leash. Very bright pigs!!!!

  • Joshua Scott Hotchkin

    ‘You’re’ you ironic galloot.

  • Sikko

    “irrefutably”

    I don’t think that word means what you think it means, there’s nothing in the linked article to indicate that the K9s were in the woman’s apartment. It’s certainly possible that the cat got out of the apartment, given the evidence that we have, that possibility alone refutes your “irrefutably in the apartment” theory.

  • jonn

    First sentence of the article “LAPD K-9 unit had been allowed to search her apartment”.
    That means at least one dog and one cop were in her apartment…Illegaly.
    Did they produce a warrant to the occupant of the apartment? No, she was at work and her cat was locked inside its home.
    Just another day in stupid piggie behavior and bully tactics of the American People!

  • jonn

    Didn’t you read the above article?
    It says, right there in the very first sentence…….”LAPD K -9 unit had been allowed to search the apartment”.
    I’d lay odds that piggies didn’t have a warrant and pressured the building “super” to unlock the doors so piggies could search.

  • jonn

    Please reference your training and vast experience in the handling of police/military/service/therapy dogs.
    Cat probably hissed at the dog in its home and the dog bit the cat.
    Any trained dog does not have a 100% obeying command record no matter how much training they’ve had.
    As a medically retired service member that has 2.5 years experience in training and command of well trained medical service dogs, mistakes happen all the time! I helped train numerous large breed dogs under a master dog trainer to help me get to the point where I could be in public without a trainer with a large breed dog. I’ve trained with 4 Shepherds, 2 Danes, 1 English Mastiff, and my service dog is a large Newfoundland. All service dogs are trained NOT to attack other animals, but sometimes shit happens and Mother Nature decides otherwise.
    Please refrain from making comments to which you have no knowledge or experience………it makes the dogs, and you look bad!!

  • ymygody

    Lol

  • ymygody

    “Each of several search teams consisted of a dog, a handler and three officers, and the dogs worked off-leash, in line with policy.”

    you can’t be this dumb on purpose and still be able to breathe, I think you’re Ademo. I can’t think of a better way to get so many responses on your site. good job.

  • Joshua Scott Hotchkin
  • WD!

    You are beyond stupid of you really believe that, but that would make sense, you look about that dumb or worse.

  • WD!

    “You’re” sequel, obviously……..see what I did there?

  • keepitreal

    “Police also acknowledge that a K9 dog entered her apartment on the day her cat received its terrifying injuries.” Get reading glasses. They’ll probably help some.

  • keepitreal

    Not the first typo, and not the last, I’d imagine.

  • JC

    Tell you what, you prove without a doubt the K9 attacked this cat. You see, a lot of your articles are posted with multiple embellishments you cannot prove.

  • Sikko

    Not only did I read the above article, I read the article from the embedded link. You know, the article that the above one is based on, which mentions nothing about being in the woman’s apartment, it only mentions being in the building

    http://www.latimes.com/local/crime/la-me-adv-k9-unit-attack-20150413-story.html

  • JC

    I work in law enforcement. I have worked with a lot of LEOs who are K9s. You have obviously never worked around K9s. Again, there is no proof a K9 did anything too her cat. It is just her word that is making the accusations.

  • mobooz

    Okay, but, where does that come from, aside from Joshua H? Sure, the hyperlink says so, but the article it links to doesn’t. So, again, where does it come from?

  • jonn

    Geeeesh, you really need a class in reading and comprehension.
    “I’ve worked with alot of LEOs that are K9s” I know horseshit if I step in it, doesn’t make me a veterinarian though.
    K9, Wikipedia,= canine, dog, domestic, assistance dog, guard dog, police dog. A domesticated dog that has had extensive training to perform certain tasks or jobs.
    So yeah, I’ve had quite a bit of experience with the training and handling of trained dogs in the assistance/service dog area…….so that gives me a more experienced voice rather than “I’ve worked a lot with K9s”.
    The woman’s veterinarian said the cat’s wounds were consistent with a dog bite!
    Sorry, I’ll take the trained veterinarian’s word and judgement over a mall cop on this site anytime.

  • mobooz

    Yeah, I’m wondering where exactly he gets that. Where is his reference? It’s just his assertion, no evidence has yet been presented to back it up.

  • mobooz

    Hey Josh, glad you read the comments. Where do you get that the police actually entered that lady’s apartment? I never saw it in the article. Do you have police contacts that we don’t know about? How about a source or a citation?

  • keepitreal

    I missed “linked article”. My bad, I guess it’s me that needs better glasses.

  • keepitreal

    You do not work in law enforcement, you lying bitch. You claimed to be a PO in San Diego, after it was proven that you weren’t, it suddenly became “I live in San Diego, but don’t work there”. Which is straight bullshit, slaps. You claimed to have service people “under your supervision”. So where it it that you work? If you live in San Diego, but done’t work there, and work somewhere you deal with service members, you’re choices are fairly limited. Stupid fucking jackass. You’re that Paul Bowman or whatever, you live in Winter Park Florida, and you try to run some kind of boot camp or some such nonsense.

  • mobooz

    S’cool, we all make mistakes. :)

  • t

    LOL, not sure if that’s him, but he looks exactly like what I pictured whenever I read a JC post. :P

  • t

    What if the cat can walk through walls? Like, if a window was left open or something?

  • JC

    I work as a parole officer. I work around a lot of K9s. I have never seen one go off and attack an animal in any situation. The story stated a veterinarian said the wounds were caused by a dog attack. The unfortunate thing is this story was posted on copblock. Which means most of the story is BS. Let’s see the actual bill and the DVMs observations. As far as you and dogs, I don’t believe it.

  • ben dover

    Oh he is that dumb, But what do you want from a pig lover boot licker

  • Common Sense

    As another said, the dogs were off lead. After risk management gets the form, they’ll cut her a check.

  • jonn

    It sure amazes me that everyone that post here, in your mind, is a liar, or full of BS, etc, etc, to include the posted articles. Well, let me correct my statement, not everyone that posts here……of course you and your fellow mall cops……..LOL!
    And you have the “brass” to question the woman’s veterinarian statement?!?! Contrary to your warped little world, the American People are actually seeing what pieces of shit majority of cops truly are and this is just another example.
    And another thing contrary to your world, the posters here don’t have to provide any proof that meets YOUR satisfaction. You are one arrogant POS to expect proof that meets your requirements or expect people to prove their training and experience to make you happy.
    Your constant put downs of people that don’t agree with stupid cop actions just shows to me that you aren’t a cop, or a parole officer, or any other type of LEO………just what I thought all along, A SHOPPING MALL COP!

  • jonn

    Oh, and BTW, my work with service dogs……you’re free to believe what you want. But there is 2 things, there are a few local Devil Dogs that are happy that I helped train the dogs that were given to them at no cost…….and second, Simon, my Newfoundland service dog, has been a God send to assist me every day with my disabilities, and no one can take that away.
    So believe what you will, you just come across as a sad, jealous, pathetic soul with no life that has to belittle others in order to have some sort of semblance of a life.

  • jonn

    Joshua,
    Thats JC? Damn! If that isn’t the poster child for “DIY abortions are cruel”, I don’t know what is! LOLOLOLOLOL

  • keepitreal

    LOL. So whatever happened to “probations”. Go ahead, ask me to prove that’s where you claimed to work, I can provide that even faster than the “ignate” post. And you are straight full of shit, slaps. Parole is for when you’re released from prison without completing your entire sentence. You have never supervised a military person who was on parole. Never. There is no such thing. Any member of the military who went to prison would be summarily discharged. Period. See, that’s why an ignorant fuck like you shouldn’t try to lie, you trip over your own bullshit. But, hey, now you’ve made it even easier to expose you for being a liar. Claiming to live in San Diego and work elsewhere in “probations” (LOL), I’d have to figure out what county. Now I can go straight to the state. Same thing as San Diego County Dept of Probation, slaps, I’ll call tomorrow to complain about the Parole Officer who is apparently using official resources to make slanderous accusations of people of having criminal records. And I’ll tell them the same thing I told the Dir of Comm in SD, that I suspect you utilized state resources to post a bestiality video. I’ll follow this up tomorrow afternoon after I call.

  • keepitreal

    +10. Good one.

  • keepitreal

    Not for very much. California courts have previously ruled that the loss of a pet only entails compensation for the actual economic damages involved. So, how much did that cat cost you, ma’am? Harsh, because I like my dogs more than my wife, but that’s how it is.

  • JC

    We are talking about K9s not service dogs for those with disabilities.

  • JC

    Prove a veterinarian made those statements. Yes, posters here do have to provide proof what they said happened. Too many articles are posted and they have the wrong info, biased info, edited video, ect.. You can be a sheep and follow your heroes into jail but you have to except the consequences of your actions and not point fingers like copblockers do.