This is a POV short film about the emotional damage caused by the reckless conduct of Kristina Robinson, A/K/A Kristina Amlak, owner of defunct Precious Paws and current owner of Kitty Catfe in Edmonds, WA.
For those new to the subject, she allowed her own pack of large breed dogs (i.e. Pit Bull mixes in this instance) to be completely alone with no human pack leader in a house with a family cat and two other pack dogs for 45 minutes on 29 December, 2016.
According to her and to the Police Report, one of her favored dogs Nova killed Livi the Wonderdog, a beautiful German Shorthair Pointer while Livi's little brother Fang (a Chihuahua Fox Terrier mix) watched in horror. You see him briefly in the video the day they met and Livi had no clue what he was, you can see it on her LOL... "What is this thing?"
Kristina then euthanized (read: killed, murdered IMO) the youngest and newest member of her pack, in sympathy when in point of fact she was on Actual Knowledge that it was one of her favored dogs, Nova, who actually had aggressive tendencies. Nova growled at the investigating officer after she killed Livi, it is in the police report.
She would later admit to other clients that she has left dogs alone on prior occasion with injury. Really.
She had received a Cease and Desist Order in 2014 from the City of Mountlake Terrace but instead of posting signs on the property, the City overlooked everything as Kristina continued operations, thereby indirectly assisting in Livi's murder.
She would later lie and say that we were friends and were not paying clients. I have it in writing. Too bad for her that also had bank receipts and PayPal notifications to prove otherwise.
And friends? Livi's mom and her talked shop a couple of times. We have never so much as had a beer together or fucking gone ANYWHERE together with these people, Kristina or her husband Ahadu Amlaktereda.
Several Domestic Violence police visits to that house, go figure.
She is a disgusting human being, inside and out and now that I can foresee suing her in the next month, I feel some measure of closure coming forth.