Evil Teen Arrested After Posting Horrifying Videos Of Herself Doing Despicable Things To Animals

Animals like dogs and cats rely on human beings to nurture and protect them. Even animals who live on the streets seem to hope that the people who pass by will toss them some scraps to eat—or at least give them a pat on the head.

In Russia, the streets are overrun with abandoned dogs and cats. And while local animal lovers do all they can to help, there are only so many homes for all of these creatures.

When one woman in Russia started adopting stray animals, it appeared that she was simply being selfless and kind. However, once it was revealed what she was doing behind closed doors with those animals, the community was shocked—and her story even made international news.

Alina Orlova, 21, seemed to care about the stray dogs and cats she would take into her home in Russia. After all, why else would she be adopting them? But she was arrested—and she could be facing a lot of time in prison—for what she did to those animals once they were in her home.

After she took in the abandoned cats and dogs from the streets of her neighborhood, she would torture them… and kill them.

If that wasn’t gruesome enough, Alina would share very graphic videos and photographs of the abuse she was inflicting on social media. In a twist of fate, it was the act of posting these horrific images that got her caught.

Alina, whose hand is seen in one image threatening a cat with a knife, was arrested at the Vladivostok airport in Russia where she was waiting for a connecting flight.

Alina is a passionate horror film devotee and is quoted as saying, “I love blood.” But it only gets worse…

Alina did not commit these terrible acts alone, either. Often she enlisted the help of friends who would pose with her in photographs detailing their crimes. Alina denied the allegations claiming that all of the photographs and videos had been digitally edited to frame her.

The various photographs and video that Alina was accused of publishing, which chronicled her sick and violent treatment of the animals she was supposed to care for, were far too graphic to be shared on this site.

She Thinks Dog Is Covered In Bug Bites, Then Realizes Those Are Bullet Holes…

When Hayden Howard noticed some strange marks on her English Mastiff Jackson’s body, she thought they were bug bites. When she took a closer look, though, she was horrified by what she saw. Instead of raised bumps, Hayden realized those were actually holes covering her beloved dog’s body.

“I was in shock, I didn’t even know what to think,” the Seymour, Indiana, woman said.

Hayden rushed Jackson to the vet where they shaved his hair back and discovered holes across his body. He had been shot by more than 60 pellets and BBs. Vets removed 20 pellets and seven BBs, although another 20 pellets are still lodged in Jackson’s body and they believe 20 others hit him and bounced off.

Police checked the homes of Hayden’s neighbors and discovered a BB gun and pellets, along with drug paraphernalia, at the home of Tim Woodard.

Woodard was arrested for drug charges and police are waiting for laboratory tests to match the gun and pellets to Jackson’s injuries. If they are a match, police will bring an animal cruelty charge against Woodard as well.

Seymour Police Department Assistant Chief Craig Hayes said this was the worst case of animal cruelty he has ever seen.

“I have never seen an animal shot that many times,” he said. “It’s a very bad case and it’s sad to see.”

He said he believed Woodward was under the influence of drugs when he attacked Jackson.
Thankfully Jackson is now being taken care of and will hopefully make a full recovery soon. We wish him a quick healing and many happy years ahead.

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After Carriage Horse Collapses, People Demand This Use Of Animals Be Banned. Do You Agree?

The welfare of horses used to pull carriages in New York City is once again back in the spotlight after a disturbing incident on February 21, in which a horse collapsed near Tavern on the Green in Central Park.

According to witnesses, a horse pulling one of the ubiquitous carriages seen in Central Park, began breathing heavily before collapsing around 10 am in front of the famed restaurant.

Animal rights organizations are again calling for a serious investigation by the city into their treatment.

Last summer, another horse named “Norman” collapsed outside a midtown nightclub, prompting NYCLASS, a local animal rights advocacy group to call for an investigation and new guidelines regulating the operators of horse drawn carriages in the city.

Mayor Bill de Blasio had proposed measures that would have tightened regulations and increased funding for stables, but the City Council blocked the effort in response to pressure from labor organizations and stable owners.

Now, a new horse, “Max”, has rekindled the debate over the care and treatment of these animals.

A spokesperson for NYCLASS said “Horses don’t just collapse. Something happened and the city should get to the bottom of it and make sure it never happens again.”

Witnesses say Max began to breath heavily and then fell over. Several took pictures of the distressed animal, as police arrived on the scene to investigate.

They left after the animal regained its footing with the help of the driver. There was no report filed with the Police Department.

One carriage driver familiar with the incident, Cristina Hansen, says “Max tripped and fell, it happens sometimes.

The way he fell with his legs under him, he wasn’t able to get up without Chris, the driver, unhooking him from the carriage, which he did. Max then rolled over on its side, stood up and was fine.”

The spokesperson for NYCLASS continued, saying “They should conduct an immediate investigation into the health and whereabouts of this horse, including allowing an independent vet to examine the animal.”

While the City Council has blocked Di Blasio’s proposal, which would limit where and under what conditions carriages could operate, as well

as providing funds to update and maintain stables, they have said they are working on their own measures to ensure the safety of New York City’s horses.

In addition to being a carriage driver herself,Christina Hanson, is also a spokesperson for the New York Carriage Industry. She was the point person for last summer’s incident when “Norman” fell down in front of a group of late night club patrons.

In that case, she said that the animal “He didn’t collapse, he tripped himself. He’s kind of a klutz.” That incident did not yiled an official police report either.

Horse drawn carriages are a common sight in midtown Manhattan and Central Park where thousands of tourists hire them every year to take in the sights and sounds of the Big Apple.

Many animal rights activists believe that the industry is not sufficiently regulated in how it cares for the horses in their fleet, and that using horses in this fashion is inhumane in such a congested and stressful environment.

So do you think that horses should be used to pull heavy carriages in the city? Have you ever cared for horses? Share your thoughts and stories with us here.

This Picture Is Causing Serious Controversy. Can You Spot Why? Look Closer. (Photo)

Some animal lovers are angered by a recent post on Instagram.

Dan Bilzerian, who calls himself the “King of Instagram,” posted a photo on Feb. 28 of a bikini-clad woman sitting on a giant tortoise, reports the Daily Mail.

Bilzerian, who is known for posing in photos with scantily clad women and huge guns, was criticized by one Instagram user who said: “Probably not cool for your friend to sit on its back.”

On Twitter, someone else sarcastically tweeted that “the best way to show one’s appreciation for the animal is to stick a skank on it, stay classy.”

The photo was taken at Necker Island, Virgin owner Sir Richard Branson’s private island in the British Virgin Islands.

One concerned viewer addressed Branson directly, saying, “I’m very disappointed to see your beautiful protected creatures as zoo rides.”

Branson did not respond to Page Six’s request for a comment, but Bilzerian did offer a comment online. “Get off your soapbox, the people working there said it’s fine to sit on them,” he said.

Branson’s representative said in response: “We take great care when it comes to the well-being and protection of our wildlife and have a dedicated team who are responsible for preserving the Necker environment and all its inhabitants.

Whilst we encourage our guests to learn more about our conservation efforts and to meet the animals on island we certainly do not condone sitting on the animals.”

The Galapagos giant tortoise is listed as “vulnerable” by the World Wildlife Fund, notes the Daily Mail.

“There are many subspecies of giant tortoises that are found on different islands and have different appearances,” explains that organization.

“Those that live on the larger islands where there is more rain have ‘dome’ shaped shells, while those that live in drier conditions are smaller tortoises and have a ‘saddleback’ shell.”

According to Branson’s Necker Island website, the island is a “haven for animals,” including the Galapagos giant tortoise.

As explained on the site:

We could now be one of only five islands in the world to be successfully breeding giant tortoises.

This discovery came at a great time, as it was recently reported that new-born baby tortoises have been found on the tiny Galapagos island of Pinzon for the first time in more than 100 years.

It’s a major win for the species, indicating that the giant tortoise is once again able to reproduce on its own in the wild.

It takes giant tortoises until they are between 20 and 30 years to reach sexual maturity – and they are only breeding successfully on Pinzon, the Aldabra Atoll (Seychelles), Rodrigues, Mauritius, and now Necker Island — making baby giant tortoises extremely rare.

Protecting endangered species is one of the most important things any of us can do.

Guided by the island’s Wildlife Conservation Manager, Vaman Ramlall, we will be monitoring the progression of the eggs with the hope that we have more giant tortoises on Necker in the new year.

Sources: Daily Mail

Police Regarding What They Found In Man’s Home: ‘Most Disturbing Thing We’ve Ever Seen’

A man in England confessed to owning, making and handing out 9,000 images of child and animal porn.

Even police say they were shocked by the kind of images 33-year-old David Carey had in his possession, reports the Daily Mail.

“The officer gives a full description of the images, which he says were some of the worst he has seen,” said Prosecutor Emma Dowling in court, the Daily Mail reports.

While in court, Carey admitted to 13 offenses spanning from indecent footage possession to creation and distribution from 2012-2016 while living at home with his mother.

In addition to child pornography, Carey owned over 160 images and videos of people engaging in sexual relations with animals.

A judge has not yet handed out Carey’s sentence; his case has been adjourned until the week of March 20. A psychiatrist will see him in the meantime, while a pre-sentence report will be made.

From authorities to social media users worldwide, people expressed disgust and outrage over Carey’s offenses.

“Carey’s stomach-turning collection is a catalogue of crime scenes which show innocent children being robbed of their dignity,” a spokesperson for the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) said. 

However, some disagreed over what kind of punishment the man should receive.

Most High Schools Dissect Animals, But This Classroom Took Things Way Too Far

  • In high school biology classes, it’s common to dissect animals.

I remember having to dissect worms and frogs, while some of my peers had to perform experiments with fetal pigs and fully grown cats. Some argue that students learn better when they use software and other non-animal methods, but unfortunately, in-class dissection are still a common practice.

What’s not normal is a video released from Harding Charter Preparatory High School in Oklahoma City, showing students morbidly dancing with the cats they’re about to dissect.

The sickening video was posted to social media and spread quickly, getting attention from organizations like PETA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WllKm3QFHJQ

Science is important, and for some schools, dissection makes the most sense. Instilling a sense of respect for the animal is imperative, though, if students hope to become compassionate scientists in the future.

Here’s hoping teachers can learn from this horrible misstep and find ways to teach students to treat scientific subjects with the dignity they deserve.

Beautiful Baby Triumphs After Rescue From Horrible Dog-Fighting Arena

Ripped apart, bruised, and battered from the cruel blood sport of dog-fighting, Trinity’s body told the tragic story of long-term abuse and neglect.

  • Old scars and newly infected wounds on her legs and chest revealed pain of the past and present, but it didn’t define this dog’s unwavering spirit and desire to be happy again.

With the help of Best Friends Animal Society, “the only national animal welfare organization focused exclusively on ending the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters,” Trinity got a second chance at life.

While it might seem impossible to rebuild trust after such atrocities, this courageous canine wowed us with her resiliency and ability to find it in her heart to love again — and she does with all of her might. (And she welcomes treats, hugs and kisses, and frolicking outside as if she were a little puppy!)

Dog-fighting rescues have tugged at our heartstrings, such as the puppy used as dog-fighting bait who miraculously survived and the pit bull who is now helping save lives and standing up against breed bias and violence against animals.

  • Since its inception in 1984, Best Friends Animal Society has made outstanding strides in helping to reduce the number of animals killed in American shelters from 17 million per year to about 4 million.

In a shocking yet touching video, you can witness Trinity’s incredible transformation of healing, both physically and mentally. It’s amazing to see what patience, a lot of love, and rehabilitation can do for a dog in tremendous need.

Warning: Trinity was in pretty bad shape, and some of these photos might be disturbing. However, she comes up on top in the end!

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Monkey Gets Bizarre Punishment, And Awful Crowd Gathers To Cheer

No one looks forward to being embarrassed in public by other people. It’s a fear many people face, especially teenagers, when they’re asked to stand in front of the class. But this macaque didn’t have any choice in the manner. In India, monkeys are known to roam through the marketplaces where humans try to sell their wares, and cause a lot of mischief.

They steal fruit and destroy property that can cause them to lose their profits. One such monkey was finally caught, but instead of being taken away in a cage to be relocated, it was bound and tied in front of the cheering public. His actions were a sure annoyance, but there’s no reason to treat another living creature this way, even for someone else’s entertainment.

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The macaque learned nothing from this, but he will be released back into the wild at another location, and will hopefully escape the treatment of these cruel humans.

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