Feral pack of ‘blood thirsty’ dogs terrorize Washington residents

June 10, 2011SPOKANE, Wash. – Authorities are trying to track a pack of dogs that has killed about 100 animals in nighttime forays in northeastern Washington state — attacks that have claimed goats, a llama and other farm animals and raised alarm that people could be targeted. Authorities are warning residents to take whatever steps are necessary to protect their families and animals because the dogs appear to be killing for fun rather than food. “We have this pack that is out there killing for the sake of killing,” Stevens County Undersheriff Lavonne Webb said Thursday in a telephone interview. “What is going to happen if they come across a small child?” The killings started in late March and have occurred in a wide area of mountains and valleys west of Deer Park, a small town about 40 miles north of Spokane. “Trying to figure out where they are going to hit is next to impossible,” Webb said from Colville. “Nobody is claiming ownership of any animals involved in the pack.” Most recently, the dogs killed a 350-pound llama Tuesday night. They’ve also killed goats and other farm animals. –Yahoo News     
These Earth changes are accelerating and the violence seen in civilization will soon be reflected in full in the animal kingdom. The laws and principles that guard civility and rational behavior in society are eroding and nature will soon follow suit. Corruption, greed, brutality, violence- There is fury in man, the elements and now it is stirring in beasts. Christ gave his disciples a prophetic gaze down at the history of the condition of the world prior to his return.  “For as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” Matthew 24:6. In the book of Genesis, we are given the same frightening glimpse of the world prior to the flood as it is today. “The Earth also was corrupt before God, and the Earth was filled with violence.” Genesis 6:11. None of us need wonder how much longer the glue that holds this world together will last- nature is already telling us.
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5 Responses to Feral pack of ‘blood thirsty’ dogs terrorize Washington residents

  1. ed bailey says:

    My two walnut size brain sweethearts got a couple of goats in salt lake city and they are NOT feral. I have dealt with feral dog packs in Alabama and it isn’t funny but if they aren’t starving they are manageable by not showing fear and running. I encountered wild boar several times but once in Germany it was a real close call. Careful out there!


  2. Dennis says:

    Agree………. and it is getting worst day by day.


  3. A_lad says:

    Well said…..


  4. nelson pyle says:

    I lived 6 miles west of clayton wash. upon the 3 sisters i reported coyet-dog cross to stevens county sheriff in 2005 iwas told there was no of that type animal in or around clayton well i gess the probrm is now biting the sheriff in the hinder.i now live in idaho


    • I’ve warned about the dangers of allowing pets to stray loose in the wild or turning them loose to avoid euthanizing them in the event of a crisis. It is a huge mistake. They will cross-breed in the wild or become feral. I’ve catalogued these stories across the globe to show the extent of the problem as it now exists. It will worsen. Human population is not the only boom occurring on the planet and we’re won’t be the only ones competing for survival and food when the camel’s back is finally broken. Don’t think you are doing pets a favor by keeping them alive by turning them loose in the wild to fend on their own. The wilderness will be roaming with savage beasts and it is here that many will be forced to flee to escape the unimaginable crime and horrors that will soon come upon our cities.

      Thanks for the account Nelson


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