Worst Vet Ever Shoots, Brags About Murdering Pet Cat With Bow And Arrow (SCREENSHOTS/VIDEO)

First off, f*ck this person. F*ck her in unspeakable places with the worst objects imaginable.


Now that that’s out of the way, a veterinarian in Texas is out of a job after she posted a horrific image of her “first bow kill.” Was she hunting a deer so she could enjoy some tasty venison? Rabbit? F*cking squirrel? No — this degenerate scumbag murdered someone’s pet cat.

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Kristen Lindsey posted a photo of herself, smiling, holding a newly-murdered feline with the arrow still in its head. She wrote:

My first bow kill, lol. The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through it’s head! Vet of the year award … Gladly accepted.



While there is no excuse for Lindsey’s actions, this senseless killing is doubly tragic because she snuffed out the life of someone’s family member. The Huffington Post reports:

Lindsey apparently didn’t know that the “feral tomcat” she bagged was actually Tiger, a 6-year-old orange Tabby who went missing earlier on Wednesday.

A Facebook page called “Justice for Tiger” demanded that Lindsey be charged with a crime for the murder of Tiger. The page, has quickly gained over 12,000 likes (at the time of publication).

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Lindsey was quickly let go from her job at the Washington Animal Clinic. On Facebook, the clinic announced that they have “parted ways” with the disgraceful employee:

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Lindsey had been with the Washington Animal Clinic for two years prior to her termination.

The Austin County Sheriff’s Department is asking people to stop calling to ask the status of the investigation regarding Lindsey, promising to post the information on their Facebook page. “We are asking you to please take it easy on our dispatchers,” they plead:

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“This kind of stuff shouldn’t happen in our society,” Austin County Sheriff Jack Brandes said. “It’s a very sad thing. Hopefully we will get to the bottom of it and get the truth, 100% truth, and get it to the DA and put it in his hands if it needs to go any further.”

Lindsey’s termination likely took her by surprise. Prior to the loss of her job, she posted on Facebook:

“No I did not lose my job. Lol. Psshh. Like someone would get rid of me. I’m awesome!”

The Texas Veterinary Medical Association issued a press release condemning Lindsey’s horrific actions. “This individual’s actions directly violate the veterinarian’s oath taken to use his or her ‘scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health and welfare, the prevention and relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health and the advancement of medical knowledge,'” the Association wrote. They continued:

We are saddened and disturbed by the unfortunate actions of this individual, and we remind Texas residents that this conduct is not reflective of the veterinary profession or of the veterinarians who strive to embody the words of the veterinarian’s oath every day.”

Hopefully, the District Attorney chooses to charge this horrible excuse for a human being.

Watch a news report on the murder, below:

H/T: Huffington Post | Featured Image via Facebook

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