Whoever did this needs to go to a very bad place for a very long time:
Intruder kills family dog, leaves cruel messages
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, Fla. (WSVN) -- A little boy was left heartbroken
after someone trespassed into his family's yard, killed his dog and left
handwritten notes with mocking messages throughout the scene.
Issa was 7-year-old Germer Aguilar's best friend. "Yesterday I was playing
with her," he said. "I threw the bone, and then she caught it."
When Aguilar's mother arrived to her home on Southwest 109 Court, Monday,
she found blood stains on the patio and a note scribbled on the shed saying
things like "Ha, ha, ha! I had fun!" In the grass she spotted the nearly
2-year-old terrier mix's bed and, farther away, her collar. Then she would
find the little dog's black and white body, on the other side of her
chain-linked fence, in her neighbor's yard.
"It's like saying, 'See, there's your dog,'" said Jose Orellana, a young
relative of the family. Blood was also found inside the shed, which also
had a smiley face scrawled on it as well as "bow wow."
Miami-Dade Police don't know if Issa was dumped in the neighbor's yard or
somehow crawled there before she died. "It disgusts me, the person that did
this. It's just sickening," said Orellana. "I don't think that they were in
their right minds. It's just disgusting. How would someone torture an
innocent dog? She's just playful. She wouldn't do anything wrong to
"The people who did this, I just think that they should go to jail," added
Alfredo Davis Jr., a young neighbor of the family.
Late into Monday evening, detectives remained at the home to find out who
killed the dog, which the family received as a gift from a relative. "I
feel sad for my dog," Aguilar said, "cause I can't play with somebody else
When asked what he would tell the killers if he had the opportunity he
said, "I think I would say, 'Don't do this. If you do this, you go to
If you have any information that can help police, call Miami-Dade Crime
Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and
you may be eligible for a reward.