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Kitten tossed from car window: It's not just dogs being abused these days (VIDEO)

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What did animals do to deserve such abuse? First, there was the story of Matthew Weatherspoon, who allegedly stabbed a bulldog puppy who nipped him -- after which our Shmuck of the Week patrol discovered another twelve recent cases of dog stabbings. And now comes word of a kitten being tossed out a car window in Lafayette. The kitten should be fine, but that doesn't make stories like these any less appalling. Look below to see a Boulder Daily Camera video about the incident.

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