Dead Cat Found In Onslow County Man's Mailbox

Authorities in the east are investigating an incident involving a dead cat put in a mans mail box.

The Onslow County Sheriffs Department responded to the 2200 block of NC 172 in Snead's Ferry around 10am Saturday morning.

A lawman spoke with the victim who said that he had found the dead cat in his mailbox wrapped in a t-shirt.

Painted on the t-shirt was an expletive and the word narc.

The victim said told deputies he has no idea who could have been responsible and that he had just moved into the trailer.

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  • by Illmannered Location: mars on Sep 22, 2009 at 09:36 AM
    Sure that cat wasn't from Farmville
  • by jr Location: bath on Sep 7, 2009 at 04:47 AM
    good point, mullet. all you animal rights do-gooders...what about rats and mice. they're animals too, but i'll bet you poison them if they get into your house. what about deer? they are very VERY destructive! or a snake in the yard? i'll move it to safety, but i'll bet most 'animal lovers' wouldn't. the only true animal lover i know is the ancient chinese philosopher who would walk in the grass, not on the stone walkway, to avoid accidentally stepping on an ant.
  • by Callie mae on Sep 6, 2009 at 11:28 PM
    Maybe the cat will haunt them.
  • by ~ALPHA female~ Location: O84P on Sep 6, 2009 at 10:15 PM
    To bad it wasn't a pitbull!
  • by mullet Location: pamilco beach on Sep 6, 2009 at 06:16 PM
    i dont know the fact as none of you but can say that putting the dead cat in his mail box was sick but they could of hit the cat by his house and thought it was his and wanted to make sure he got his pet back even if it was dead i know if i lost my dog dead or alive i would at least have the peace of mind that i know were she is
  • by A Location: W on Sep 6, 2009 at 04:07 PM
    It's funny to see some people's reactions to certain comments. I'd put my two cents in it, but for be criticized for my own opinion. Well I'm going to comment anyways... It was very wrong to kill the cat, it was very wrong to put it in the guy's mailbox, and I hope the stupid guys are caught. So there.
  • by Cactus Location: Strabane on Sep 6, 2009 at 03:07 PM
    John, you are one extremely insensitive person, how ever I do agree the cat could have been a road kill.
  • by Jay Location: Winterville on Sep 6, 2009 at 01:38 PM
    im sorry but jim and jonhs comments were just plain mean! what him/her did to that poor helpless cat was probably just sick! god only knows what that cat went through, but what most people suspect is probably very close to what happened to that poor cat! and jim: animals kinda have rights too! and jonh if it was your best friend i doubt you would feel the same way you do now!
  • by John Location: Greenville on Sep 6, 2009 at 12:23 PM
    Has anyone even considered that the cat may have already been dead after being hit by a car or something? Smart people....always jumping to conclusions about something and plus it was only a cat! Its not like it was a person. Im sure it wasnt as cute as the one in this picture. MAybe someone did kill it. One less stray to get into everyones trash!
  • by Jim Location: enc on Sep 6, 2009 at 10:05 AM
    I do not condone punishing a poor and defenseless animal for any reason, and I do not know all the facts in this particular case. However, I do support tougher laws for animal owners. My yard is not your animal's playground or bathroom. Everyone does not share your vision of animal rights. Keep them at home! I don't believe an animal lover would want me to come into your greatroom and in front of your big screen TV and deficate on your floor. Non-animal owners have rights too. Respect my rights and I will respect yours. Thank you.
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