This woman's problem is that she's got a vicious dog on her hands and yet she minimizes everything. It was an accident, it wasn't her fault, it just happened, blah, blah, blah.
GEORGIA -- Dana Zoeckler posted on Facebook to I Love My Pit Bull July 14, 2017 ·
I'm sad to say but we were forced to get rid of our pit bull because of one accident, our neighbor and our HOA.
We literally just bought our house 3 months ago.
A few days after we closed on it the next door neighbors dog was barking at our puppy so our large pit bull ran over to most likely protect her but one board on our fence was on with one nail, so our pit was able to [pry]
The neighbor seemed like he was cool about the incident he helped me put a different board on the fence since all our tools were still packed and my husband was at work.
However 2 months later my son forgot to latch the gate shut so 2 of our dogs got out front they went down the street and my pit pinned a dog down to the ground. The dog wasn't leashed like our HOA says.
When the owner came out front my pit let the dog go and walked away.
THIRD ATTACK - FATAL MAULING
Then he came back to the house but saw the next door neighbors cat sitting out front no one knows for sure what happened only that the cat was injured and my dog had scratches all down the middle of his face, the neighbors grandson came to my door to get me.
I got my dogs inside and went to the cat I told the neighbor lady we need to get the cat to the vet she said she wasn't going to touch it because it might attack.
I went and got my cat carrier I was going to take the cat myself but when I returned her husband had come home, I told him we need to take the cat to the vet he said no we need to wait for the police. So we waited about 10 minutes in the meantime I said again the cat is hurting we need to take him the neighbor said no it was too late the cat is dying. I was already in tears and feeling horrible.
I'm calling BS on this. If the animal is mortally wounded you do NOT stick around for the police or animal control. You tell the neighbor, "I'm taking it to All Pets vet clinic on Elm Street" or whatever and leave them your number so the officer can contact you. You're seriously going to stand around waiting for the officer to show up while this animal is in horrendous pain, bleeding to death???
When the officer came he took their report then asked me for my id, the officer and I had to go next door to my house to get my id. While we were at my home the neighbor man took off in his truck with his cat and my cat carrier.
About 10-15 minutes later the neighbor returned, he dropped his truck tailgate, handed me my cat carrier and I saw a garbage bag then he told me the cat died on the way to the vet. I went home sobbing and with a ticket.
Four days later the neighbor man came to our door and told us not to worry, a cat is just a cat, they don't live long and his wife was allergic anyway.
Why would this man say that to her? He rushed his family's cat to the vet and yet it's no big deal because "it's just a cat". BS.
The very next day I was in the backyard with my dogs the neighbor man called me to the fence and told me if my dog sticks his head through the fence he will blow his effing head off with his 9 mm, he asked me if I understood he will blow my dogs effing brains out.
Then he said I thought you were going to get rid of that dog, he then told me if we don't get rid of the dog things will get really nasty in court. He went around the house and came to our door and told my husband and I that replacing a few boards on our fence won't fix anything and that [if] I think this will all just go away but it won't.
Um, yeah, that sounds more like the response of someone whose beloved pet is mauled to death by your vicious dog.
I called the police and filed a report.
We just went to court today the neighbors and the HOA made sure our dog can never come back, the neighbor went door to door getting other neighbors to call and email the HOA complaining about our dog and they did even though they've never interacted with my dog.