Pastor’s hunting dogs died after being poisoned

A pastor in Jayess, Mississippi, is grappling for answers after finding four of his prized hunting dogs dead – apparently poisoned after eating tainted meat. According to the Clarion Ledger, Andy May found four of his twelve hunting beagles dead on Friday – just two days after their last rabbit hunting journey.

May said, “When I found the first two, I was saying, ‘Oh, no! Oh, no!’ And then I went to the pen where my buddy was and hoping to see that he would come to the gate, but he didn’t. He was dead. I’m just heartbroken.” May’s four dogs died, as did one other dog, who belonged to one of the pastor’s friends.

May posted photos of the dogs who were poisoned to his Facebook page on January 26 – he stated that he was “sick” over the dogs’ deaths and was offering a reward for information leading to whoever is responsible for the cruel act. The poisoning has been reported to the local authorities, but no arrests have been made.

(Image via Facebook/May)

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10 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    Hope they find who did this to these dogs. You may not agree to hunting, but the dogs should not be involved and killed like this, a very tortuous way to die from poison.
    People who do things like this are insane and are void of any normal feelings.

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  2. Alice Susan Harding says:

    Maybe one of his parishioners likes rabbits, and doesn’t appreciate the fact that the pastor likes hunting them. I don’t actually condone cruelty to animals of any description but why is a pastor hunting? That cannot be right.

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  3. Darla G says:

    Look to the neighbors. If the dogs were kept outside (and it appears they were) and barked a lot, it might be a disgruntled neighbor. RIP to the sweet dogs – you did NOTHING to deserve this. I really hope they find the POS who did this to the poor dogs.

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  4. PAMELA D says:

    ANOTHER SICK USELESS BASTARD OF A SUBHUMAN WHO THRIVES ON HURTING ANIMALS. SICK POS NEEDS THE SAME DONE TO THEM AND I WISH I HAD THE PLEASURE OF TORTURING THESE MOTHERF&^KERS.

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  5. Red says:

    I hope KARMA finds the murderer of these poor animals…..poisoning is a horrible, torturous death for anyone or any animal….. KARMA!!!!!!! GET THE USLESS, WORTHLESS excuse for a human that did this!

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  6. pamela bolton says:

    Pastor, my prayers are with you. HUMANS are the biggest disease on this planet and this proves it. I hope you find this person and put him in jail for life. Creatures like him do not deserve to breath clean air and take up space. NO animal should go like this. That is except the person who did this. My heart aches for you. Prayers your way.

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  7. Francene Kilichowski says:

    The dogs are innocents. The pastor is not. Would St.Francis cruelly hunt down rabbits? There’s a bible lesson here somewhere, maybe Pastor should read it again.

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    • Bunny Peters says:

      You said exactly what I was thinking…….

      Pure Evil. There are reserved spaces in Hell waiting for these POSs (who poisoned these innocent furbabies) where they will burn forever for their cruelty……

      Precious treasures, your lives were stolen from you (& your lives mattered). I am absolutely heartbroken for your trauma & death.

      Please look for MacKitty in Heaven and he will welcome you into his snuggle buddies group. You can RIP amongst his loving friends……..

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