Robert Habermehl to make his arguments about beating Minnie, a cat

Robert Habermehl tries to avoid media by raising a briefcase as he leaves the Calgary Courts Centre April 30, 2013 in Calgary, Alta. Habermehl was charged in 2009 with causing an animal distress under the Animal Protection Act and a Criminal Code charges for injuring a cat. Jim Wells/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency

Robert Habermehl tries to avoid media by raising a briefcase as he leaves the Calgary Courts Centre April 30, 2013 in Calgary, Alta. Habermehl was charged in 2009 with causing an animal distress under the Animal Protection Act and a Criminal Code charges for injuring a cat. Jim Wells/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency

The D.A.I.S.Y? Foundation wants the press to be aware that on Monday, June 3rd, Robert Habermehl will be in Calgary court at 9:00 a.m. to make his arguments in his animal abuse case. Habermehl was charged on November 27, 2009 for physical abuse after a cat in his care was found severely injured. Despite attempts to treat Minnie, it was determined she had to be put down.

Judge Bruce Fraser convicted Habermehl of a charge of willfully causing unnecessary pain, suffering or injury to a cat, after Minnie suffered a blunt trauma injury to her body wall which left her intestines hanging out.

Mr. Habermehl has mental issues and should be punished for his acts of cruelty and given therapy. He claims Minnie put venom in him. He yelled in Minnie’s ear. He even claims she attacked him.

Minnie is dead. This man is dangerous.

We are hoping a very strict penalty is handed down tomorrow. Mr. Habermehl has abused the court system for close to 4 years. This is the longest drawn out court case the D.A.I.S.Y? Foundation has ever attended.

Once again the D.A.I.S.Y? Foundation wants to thank you, the media, for making the public aware and for your continued support in our mission to change the laws. We want to see stricter penalties on those who choose to commit crimes of cruelty on animals.


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