(The cat is ok now and has been adopted by a loving family BTW)
“The cat can’t speak so somebody has to step up and say ‘this animal is worth it,’” stated Brooklyn author Kiri Blakeley. “The voiceless desire a voice.”
The staff of advocates from everywhere the town organized via a Fb page called Justice for King that has garnered neatly over 10,000 “likes.”
They hope Robinson, 21, will get as a minimum a year in jail – the maximum penalty under the law – whereas some said even that wasn’t enough.
“I Am here because I’m an animal lover and I Believe that if we, as a society, can not give protection to the weakest amongst us – what excellent are we?” said Margaret Lee of Manhattan, who was sporting a silver cat pin on her lapel .
Robinson is charged with misdemeanor animal torture for kicking King outdoor the Brevoort Homes in Bed-Stuy final month, sending the kitten flying 20 ft in the air.
Read it all HERE
Join the Justice For King Facebook page HERE