buying generic propecia Short answer: it depends. Madeline Bourgeois, 67 of Opelousas, Louisiana stands accused of cruelty to animals for shooting her llama three times. For the record, it looks like the llama survived. Plucky furry thing.

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cialis jelly mail order usa Bourgeois was working in her pasture when the llama, name withheld to protect the innocent, attacked her. Bourgeois told police officers that she defended herself by hitting the llama until it laid back enough that she could escape through the gate. Which she did. And for the record, when your llama attacks you in the State of Louisiana, you are allowed to punch the crap out of it. Especially older lady punches. Have at it.

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As a general rule, never ever trust a llama

here However, what Bourgeois did next is the reason for her arrest. She went into her home, retrieved her firearm, and returned to the pasture where she shot Sir Thomas (I named him) thrice. Now that, that’s illegal. As the Sheriff explained the matter upon Bourgeois’ arrest:

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prednisone 500 mg According to the law, Bourgeois had every right to defend herself while being attacked but was no longer in danger after escaping the pasture. Ms. Bourgeois retrieved a gun and then returned and shot the llama, which constitutes the charge of felony cruelty to animals.  Bourgeois should have called a vet or animal control for assistance.

– Sheriff Guidroz of Opelousas, Louisiana

online cialis There you have it. If you ever find yourself under llama attack in the State of Louisiana, and I pray that you don’t, you may clock it to death in the moment, but you can’t seek bloody revenge upon the creature after you’ve reached safety. File that under “ll” for llama.