Thai female cat allegedly killed by family in Brooklyn

Thai chef laments her loss cat The result of a vicious family attack in Brooklyn on April 4.

The incident allegedly began when a 12-year-old boy pulled a “ponzu” string while Chanan Axonnan and her boyfriend were walking in McAllen Park around 5 pm.

The couple was walking another cat, dog, and bird.

The boy is said to have snatched ponzu, pulled the string into the air, and then dropped it.

The three-year-old cat tried to escape, but the boy was allegedly stepped on a leash.

Ponzu, which suffered from heart disease, is reported to have shed blood.

Aksornnan confronted the boy, who fled to his family.

According to Axonnan’s friend Charlie Pim, who told the case, the boy’s mother began beating the couple instead of apologizing. In a Facebook post on Monday.

“Don’t blame me, you’re the wrong person. Why did you take the cat? [for a] walk? “ Pim quoted the boy’s mother as saying, Newsweek.. “This is what you are [get] When you walk, you f ***** g cat b *** h! “

The situation soon became physical. In the video, you can see an individual in the boy’s family assaulting the couple.

“They immediately began verbal abuse, which escalated into physical assault. I was beaten and kicked by three women.” Aksornnan said Green pointer..

Aksornnan’s boyfriend had a broken nose with a punch and needed emergency surgery.

During the quarrel, Pim said their dog was harassed and the bird was beaten.

Since then, the couple have submitted police reports. Ponzu was injured and died in the park.

“We are traumatized, speechless and grieving. Our family was physically assaulted that day to find and prosecute perpetrators who did not sympathize with animals and humans. Police investigation is pending. “ Couple I have written on Instagram page of ponzu, Has over 23,000 followers.

“Ponzu was special. We fell in love with him at a glance.” They added. “He was kind, compassionate, affectionate, playful and handsome. He was curious and loved outdoors. He traveled a lot. And what he did in the world It brought joy and smiles to millions of people. “

The couple’s surviving pets were also “traumatized” in the incident, they said. According to Pim, the case has been passed on to three different detectives since it was filed.

“The incident is currently under investigation by a detective team in 94 districts.” Captain Kathleen E. Fahei, commander of the 94th Division, told the Green Pointers. “People who may have witnessed the incident will be asked to call the detectives in District 94 if they have not yet done so.”

Anyone who has information about the incident will be prompted by the couple to contact [email protected]

Supporters use hashtags #JusticeForPonzu On social media to share their pain and remember cats.

Feature image via ChaRee Pim (Left) and @ponzucoolcat (correct)

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