RIP The Chupacabra Of Texas

April 4, 2014 / Posted by:


Sadly, the El Chupacabra of Texas that I posted about yesterday is now in heaven, sucking the blood out of the goat angels.

On Wednesday, KABC in L.A. showed video of a “chupacabra” that was caught by two hillbillies in the small town of Ratcliff in Texas. TMZ says that after the news segment went national, the teased cotton ball beauty who caught the chupacabra got a lot of shit thrown at her from PETA and other animal rights groups for not taking the poor thing to an animal hospital to be treated. Miss Jackie Stock was told that if the animal really was a chupacabra, it would’ve judged her outfit and told her that she would literally look bananas if she wore a maxi dress instead. No, the animal experts told Miss Jackie that if the animal was a real chupacabra, it would’ve sucked the blood out of the goats next door. Miss Jackie was told that the animal was most likely a raccoon who had mange in a bad way and was in pain. She took the animal to a shelter where they “peacefully” put it to sleep.

We’ll never really know what kind of animal it was, because it never got tested to see what species it was.

Rest in peace, Chupie….

And it’s not known whether or not the tortured creature on Jackie Stock’s beautiful head was euthanized as well.



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