Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Alert: Cold Dog Killer Wanted

Justice for Soskay

Life with dogs reports a man driving to fast on the wrong side of the road hit and kills the McNamee's dog while out on a nightly walk on Wednesday 09/21/16 at 9:00 pm. The family needs our help to find this killer and bring him to justice.

The accident took place in the community of  Bel Air, Harford County, in Rockfield Manor. The "witnesses described the vehicle as being dark-colored, maybe an Audi."

The man must had been drunk. He was on the wrong side of the road, as well as driving too fast. There are speed limits law for a reason, as well what side of the road we drive on. 

When my neighbor moved in about 2 1/2 years ago, he too was driving to fast. The one time my one of my dogs got out of the yard, he hit him. The guy hit him so hard he died within seconds after crawling in my lap for comfort. The sound of impact on my dog has never left me. I had rescued him the year before. I have never felt right since. My hear breaks like Rocky's death was a moment ago. My heart breaks being helpless not to be able to save him. The sad part the man live two doors down, I can't imagine how he got that small Toyota pickup to go so fast in such a small distance. 

I did learn lots of valuable lessons. Such as, not speeding thought residential areas, with in the town, or city limits. We never know when an animal or child will appear in the roadway. Even if the vehicle has the right-away we must drive at proper speeds to be able to stop in times of emergency. Also, I keep my eye on the fence, as well as never let anyone open my gate. The sad lesson, I learned was do not take a right-away as a safety net. Regardless of the situations, giving-up the right away is a safer option. The only thing that may be hurt is someone ego. If we choose to be stubborn and stand on principles, a life may be lost or harmed. 

Be sure to read Mcnamee's letter to the Soskay and pass this post along, so we can bring justice for Soskay, as well send a message to the young teenager that has been devastated by Soskay death that this is not her fault. 

Even though, A friend open my gate and the neighbor was driving to fast, I blame myself 100%. So, I can see how this teenager can blame herself regardless if anyone tells her the man was at fault. 

There are new rules and old ones enforced now at my house to honor Rocky's life and death. Fence is check daily. Lock is left on the gate. No one comes in my yard or house, regardless friends or family. My husband and I manage my gate, no one else does.  Also, everyday I say to my dogs, "thank you for sharing your life with me and for the brand new day".

Of course, with me having Bullies now, most of my friends that stop by the house make sure I keep the gate shut. They too do not want to see me hurt again. Took me months to talk to people. My friends and neighbors both understand my dogs are not only trained guard dogs, they are family. 

When I lost Rocky due to a action that was out of my control, I told the friend that open my gate after being told not too, never to come back. Perhaps, my true friends now realize I will pick my animals over any friends and family when it comes to their safety. When we take the time to get to know our furry love ones, such as the Mcnamees did with Soskay, we truly receive unconditional love and protection that is not possible even with the best of friends and family.

No matter who is at fault, as pet parents keeping our furry love ones safe is our job. Lesson can always be learned, so we may avoid such tragedy in the future. Figuring out how to avoid something despite that the situation was not a person fault is not admitting guilt, yet being wise. I was always told since I could remember, no matter what I will suffer the results of someone's action regardless if its my fault or not. The bet way to avoid a bad situation is to learn the lessons that are present, even if we not in the wrong. 

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McNamee's Letter to the Killer!

"McNamee posted the following letter on Facebook:
To The Person That Killed My Dog
On Wednesday evening, my 15 year old daughter took our gorgeous Soskay for his usual little evening time trot around the block. You came tearing around a corner, proceeded to drive on the wrong side of the road, hit my dog with such force that two females students heard the bang from their back garden and thought a child had been knocked down, you didn’t stop immediately, so your back wheel went over my dog, and when you did eventually stop, you mumbled sorry before quickly blaming my daughter. You told her several times “it was all her fault” and how “the dog came out of nowhere.”  By this time the two female students had come running out of their house. My dog was about the same size as a Yorkshire Terrier, so for any impact to have made such a loud noise with such a small dog, truly was done with sheer force and speed. He wasn’t out in the middle of the road, he was walking beside the curb.
While my daughter and the two students tried to help my already dying dog, through the trauma, my daughter still had the sense to ask you for your details and for you to speak with her parents. At that point, you got back into your car, turned around and drove away. I’d like to share with you now the aftermath of your reckless, dangerous driving.
My daughter came running into the house hysterically, while the two students carried our dog into the house with his little head tilted down so he wouldn’t choke on the volume of blood that was pouring from his mouth, presumably from severe internal injuries. He was brought into the kitchen, leaving a trail of blood along the hallway. The pool on the kitchen floor became bigger and bigger as we rang for a vet. At one point he panicked and tried to move. By the time I realised my 8 year old son was standing in the hallway watching with horror, even though I then sent him upstairs, it was too late, my son had already witnessed the bloody scene. My husband carried our dog into the car, and I drove. But Soskay never stood a chance, he died on the way there. I had left 3 traumatized children in the house, and then had to go back home and tell them he died.
What followed will haunt me. After the blood was cleaned up, after we repeatedly reassured our daughter that it was not her fault but yours, after I cleaned myself up and changed my blood stained clothes, I crawled into my bed, where my 8 year old son was, and held his hand while he cried himself to sleep. I did not sleep much on Wednesday night, nor the last two nights.
Soskay was my shadow, he followed me everywhere, room to room, all day every day. He slept in my bedroom, he would sit on the window seat watching out the window whenever I left the house, and when I would return he would greet me as if he hasn’t seen me in days. At night, when I would sit on the sofa in the sitting room, he would jump up and snuggle in beside me. I could not count how many times I would trip over him daily due to the fact that he was constantly at my heels. He was my friend, my constant companion, he was not just our dog, he was a huge part of our family. He made us laugh. He was only 4 years old. I have not sat in the sitting room since Wednesday, and I honestly don’t know when I will. Right now, I don’t want to.
Hit and run

The children did not go to school on Thursday; we said our goodbyes properly to Soskay, laid him in his bed with his toy, gently covered him and then buried him. I honestly didn’t do a whole lot of anything else on Thursday, except cry, I did a lot of that.
Friday was harder than Thursday, I went back to my routine, kids to school, laundry, dinner, the usual but nothing is the same. There isn’t Soskay constantly at my feet, there isn’t Soskay looking out the window when I return from school runs, there isn’t Soskay to greet me when I walk through the front door. It feels empty, there is a vast hole, an empty space that will never be full again. You took my irreplaceable friend away from all of us.
I don’t know why you drove away, perhaps it was that you knew your reckless driving was 100% to blame, perhaps you had been drinking and were worried the Guards would be called, perhaps you hadn’t any insurance, perhaps you were concerned that you could be facing a huge vet bill, or perhaps that is just who you are. That is your nature, that is your personality, selfish, cruel and inhumane because you were able to drive away, leaving a 15 year old girl with a dying dog. You are not entitled to be called a human being, let alone a Man.
I believe in Karma, in what goes around comes around, for every action there is a reaction. I don’t know if this will be shared enough for you to eventually come across it, but someone you know just might read it and a secret is only a secret if you don’t tell anyone. I imagine you will have told someone by now, so it’s no longer your secret. There are other witnesses to your driving on the wrong side of the road, my daughter will recognise you should she see you again and considering the fact you were entering our street, there is a good chance you will be seen again. After two days of my 8 year old son asking me “am I feeling better?” I guess today is the day to start lying to him. My only consolation in all of this is that you didn’t plough into my daughter, and that perhaps my beautiful Soskay died so that my daughter would be safe.
To everyone that takes the time to read this, and I know it’s long, thank you. Please share if you can and any information regarding this incident will be greatly appreciated and handled discreetly. This happened on Wednesday night (21-09-16) around 9 pm in Rockfield Manor.
Witnesses describe the vehicle as being dark-colored, possibly an Audi" (Letter and picture found on Life with dogs, credited to McNamee on Facebook)
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