Friday, July 15, 2016

NFL Player Terrence Cody Starves Taz


Picture credited to yousignanimals.org

Taz died a cruel death at the hands of Terrence Cody!
Taz died a cruel death at the hands of Terrence Cody!

Justice must be met for the crimes against Taz. There is no excuse or reason that will justify Terrence Cody starving his dog. The sad aspect Cody will spend little time for his crime against Taz. Cody has enough money to have properly care for Taz. I live on a extremely small budget and I care for five, one hundred plus pound dogs. Taz was completely neglected. 

According to the autopsy performed on Taz, the dog was estimated of being starved a minimum of four weeks and up to ten weeks (Daily Mail). Also, Taz did not die from any health issues, other then lack of food and water (Daily Mail).

They called where Taz had to live "The house of Horror" (Daily Mail). Taz was so starved they found blood in the cage where he lay lifeless. Taz died hours after being found by authorities (daily Mail).

They found Taz in his own urine and feces as well. Cody left the dog alone in a cage,  inside his garage for weeks (Daily Mail). 

Picture credited to Daily Mail
No dog should live and die in a cage!
No dog should live and die in a cage!


Taz was a Canary Mastiff that should had weighed around a hundred pounds. Taz weighed less then fifty pounds  when he died (Daily Mail).

Join me by to sending a message to NFL that Cody's crimes against Taz will not be forgotten and Cody should not play on any team.


Sign here: 

When a person is in the public eye, such as Cody, they have a higher responsibility. They have young fans that look up to them with admiration.  So,  we must let the NFL know that Cody's actions out of game will be accountable and playing sports is a privilege, not a right. 

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