Jiangsu woman pays hefty fine after her 2 dogs kill 900 chickens on neighbor's farm

By Erik Crouch, March 27, 2015

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The dogs above are Samoyeds, a cute, punchy breed oftentimes used as sled dogs or kept for companionship. They are also cold-blooded maniacal chicken-killing machines.

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Last November, two Samoyeds, kept by a Jiangsu widow for company on her farm, managed to escape their owner's lot and head over to a neighboring chicken farm, where they proceeded to unleash wholesale slaughter on the defenseless poultry therein.

If a dog kills a few dozen chickens, that's a damn shame. If a dog kills 100 chickens, that's a hell of a rampage. If two dogs knock out nearly 900, then we're out of adequate descriptions.

Wujin News reports that the dogs wiped out some 2,659 pounds of chicken - enough that the farm's owner took the widow to court, and eventually won a hefty settlement.

The dog's owner has been ordered to pay RMB38,000 in compensation for this pernicious poultry pogrom - we image that will more or less bankrupt the dog's owner, who presumably had to spend quite a bit to get that fur back to a shiny white.

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