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Cat Kicker Caught By Internet Detectives

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The power of the internet and compassionate animals lovers has lead to an animal abuser being caught for an act so despicable that you would not believe it if it weren’t caught on camera. 

Animal abuser, Andre Robinson, and his friends allegedly posted a video of him luring in a sweet kitty so that he could kick the cat so hard he (or she) flew into the air. Quick-as-a-whip Internet bystanders tracked down the location of the video to the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, after it went viral.

Thanks to the quick response by video viewers, the assailant was arrested on a charge of aggravated criminal assault. Arrest reports state the feline victim was kicked 20 feet in the air, which could have resulted in serious injury. This isn’t Robinson’s first arrest, but we hope he is punished appropriately and a message is sent to others that this kind of behavior will not be tolerated. 

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