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Flint Man Accused Of Kicking A Puppy Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

A Genesee County man faces criminal charges for kicking a puppy so severely, it had to be put to sleep from its injuries.Take a look at the kind of man that would do that.The alleged kick happened Jan. 19 in a home on Madison Avenue in Flint after the dog prepared to urinate and defecate on the floor. Roger D. Parsons, the 42-year-old roommate of the dog’s owner, allegedly reacted by kicking the dog with the inside of his foot “like a soccer ball,” sending the puppy rolling from the home’s living room into its kitchen.

The puppy was taken to the veterinarian for treatment, the puppy was euthanized after it became apparent it would be unable to survive its internal injuries. Here’s the puppy kicker.

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