The killer cow-led revolt against humans cost $20M in 2013-2014

Killer cows

They are out to get us, and ACC has the proof hat the cows are after us, but they are playing it down by mentioning all the other species first!

More than 50,000 people made ACC claims for animal-related injuries in 2013/2014, including everything from shark attacks, seal bites and even a laceration under an eye caused by a passing magpie.

About $20 million was claimed and dog and horse-related injuries proved most costly, according to ACC figures released to NZ Newswire.

The dog attacks included a canine running into a person’s leg, causing it to be twisted, and another hitting a person in the face.

The injuries ranged from cat scratches to more bizarre situations, such as a Kiwi who was injured while attempting to kill an eel by punching it in the head.

A beachgoer was bitten by a seal on their bum cheek and a fisherman suffered baby shark bites to their toes through shoes.

Of the 284 Kiwis hurt by pigs, one was head-butted by an escaping beast while another suffered back pain after lifting a particularly heavy porker.

Some New Zealanders were injured while helping out their animal friends, including a person who was bitten while saving a mouse from a cat, and another who was kicked while trimming an alpaca’s nails.

Cattle, horse and sheep may account for a large proportion of the claims, but ACC said it was due to the greater numbers of those animals in the country and not a cause for alarm.

“The number of cattle, sheep and horse related injuries is proportional, and not because these animals present a greater danger,” it said in a statement.

See?   They’re trying to pretend there is no cow-led uprising.   Yes, there are more, but there are more attacks on humans because of it.   It’s the actual attacks that should be counted, not a precentage!  The cows must be dealt with.

I think it’s time we stop pandering to bovine terrorist cell enablers like Cows4me.  Enough is enough.

– 3 News


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