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Saxen Rycroft and Shayden Young Beat a Coyote to Death

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Shayden Young and Saxen Rycroft

Saxen Rycroft and Shayden Young, of Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada, tortured and slowly beat an innocent coyote to death. A video of the disgusting act surfaced on Facebook. A man, who wishes to remain anonymous, reported the horrific act of two juvenile boys going after the coyote who was not bothering them or anyone and was just minding her own business and trying to live her life. In the video, one boy picks up the coyote by her hind legs and smashes her head repeatedly into the back of a snowmobile. The Coyote, still alive, is then sitting in the snow, stunned and blinking almost in disbelief. Someone off camera laughs. Then, a boy curses at her and kicks her repeatedly in the head. As the coyote stands and begins to limp away, someone in a snowmobile chases after her and grabs her by the tail. 

An anonymous source has stated that the Rycroft family is entrenched in an animal-abusive and exploitative lifestyle; hunting, cattle ranching, pig farming, animal trapping, rodeo, horse breeding. All throughout the internet are ranchers complaining and expressing their hatred for coyotes; this environment was ripe for these boys to do what they did to this coyote. These boys would have grown up without empathy for animals or anyone for that matter as there is no such thing as selective empathy you have either it or you do not.

LIVES SURROUNDED BY ANIMAL ABUSE

Images from some of the Rycroft family animal abusing activities and social media

Empathy for animals is a primary foundation for which most children feel a natural empathy for animals. Research shows that humans’ innate interest in animals is biological: we are drawn to species that are “other” than human and in many cases have an instinct to want to care for or nurture creatures that are small and vulnerable. Unlike many adults who tend to value animals for what they can provide (food, leather, wool), or how they can serve us (as companions), children tend to value animals just as they are. They recognize the intrinsic value of animals—that simply because they are living creatures, they are important.

A growing body of research shows that children who are supported in their love for animals tend to generalize that love to other living things, such as plants and nature. Research also shows that when children are encouraged to care for animals, they tend to be more sensitive and caring toward other people as well. One of the leading experts on empathy; Dr. Helen Riess, associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author of a new book, “The Empathy Effect,” explores the neuroscience behind concern for others and offers advice on how to nurture and implement it most effectively.

From The New York Times article, “How to Foster Empathy in Children” by Jane E. Brody:

“Research by Dr. Riess and her collaborators has shown that we are each born with a given number of neurons that participate in an empathetic response. But whether this potential to care appropriately for one’s fellow beings is realized or undermined is largely molded by early life experiences, starting at birth and continuing throughout childhood.

“How, then, can a healthy degree of empathy be instilled in a child? ‘Empathy is a mutable trait, it can be taught,’ Dr. Riess told me. ‘We’re all born with a certain endowment, but it can be dramatically up-regulated or down-regulated depending upon environmental factors,’ especially, she said, by the examples set by a child’s caregivers.”


What did she do to deserve this?
Coyote killing mobiles
She doesn’t understand why this is happening; coyotes only kill to eat, humans kill because they are evil
Her sweet face
She is in Heaven now away from the evil
Dragging the coyote without any regard for the life he is taking
Too bad they blurred his face out
after being tortured the coyote on the brink of death tries to crawl away
The young coyote is so traumatized
Serial Killer in the making

Clint Locklear is a Monster

Clint Locklear thinks of himself as having to control predators, this is some fantasy he has in his head along with his cult followers.

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Hunters and trappers would have you believe that they are necessary but they are anything but. First of all, nature takes care of itself and needs zero help from man. Read the facts here:
Nature Does A Perfect Job of Managing Itself

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Hunters and Trappers are sadists that enjoy killing and to be able to do what they enjoy they have to convince the public that their killing is justified. Hunters and Trappers make up completely false reasons of [basicaly lies] why they are needed; one example of the lies they tell is because wolves and coyotes kill baby lambs and calves, they need to kill the wolves and coyotes, but they don’t tell you that the baby lambs and calves exist in the area in question because they are raised so they can be killed by the farmer.

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No animal should be enslaved on a ranch, in a barn, on a farm, all animal should be free, free to live their lives. When animals are enslaved they cannot defend themselves; when in the wild they are part of nature and things work as they should.

Humans often think of themselves as being the only living beings that have a right to life and that is just not true. Alice Walker, the American novelist said “The animals of the world exist for their own reasons. They were not made for humans any more than black people were made for white, or women created for men.”

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