Somebody Shoot This Dog
Arrgggghhhh! Some people are too dumb to believe
.Hours before being mauled to death by the family pit bull, 12-year- old Nicholas Faibish had been told to stay in the basement separated from the dogs, said his distraught mother, Maureen Faibish, who called The Chronicle on Saturday, trying to make sense of what she called a "freak accident.''
"I put him down there, with a shovel on the door,'' said Faibish, who had left the boy alone with the dogs on June 3 to run some errands. "He had a bunch of food. And I told him, 'Stay down there until I come back.' Typical Nicky, he wouldn't listen to me.''She talked to The Chronicle by telephone and later at her father's home where, sitting on a couch and wrapped in a blanket, Faibish held back tears as she spoke about her son and the day he died.
"It's Nicky's time to go," she said. "When you're born you're destined to go and this was his time."
Yes, he was fated to die the moment he was born because his mother was a #&!@* idiot who thought, oh, I'll just lock him in the cellar. And she can't seem to make up her little mind about whether the dog's to blame:"It was Rex, I know it in my heart,'' Faibish said...."Even after the whole thing,'' she said, "I'm not mad at my dogs. I just love them to death."
She would never want Rex back in their house.
"Absolutely not,'' Faibish said. "I told them I wanted him put down. I think of Rex as someone who molested my child, murdered my child."
"He's the most loving and giving dog in the world,'' she insisted. "There were no violent tendencies in him at all.''But she insists, "I have no regrets about that day," Faibish said.
I have little doubt as to who's to blame; it's the dog in the chair:
The woman and her husband have two other kids. Based on this story, they should be removed from the home.
Hat Tip: Michele