Warning: Today’s blog describes a television documentary that is extremely disturbing and horrifying. Reader discretion is advised.
Yesterday, I sat through the first of three episodes of a Netflix documentary called Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer. I don’t know if I”ll make it through the other two episodes. It’s grisly and disturbing, and not in a good way.
Here’s the trailer for the series. Again, the story behind this is extremely upsetting.
Essentially there’s this chud who posted a homemade video, in which he takes two kittens and …
Yeah, I can’t. I just can’t.
Suffice it to say that this chud’s actions prompt a crew of Internet sleuths to try and find him before he murders again. But at the same time, the Internet sleuths are trying to warn anyone they can that this asshole could escalate his crimes – going from kittens to maybe humans.
The documentary follows several twists and turns in the investigation – the group is joined by the vigilantes from the TV series Rescue Ink, clues and leads take the team around the world, there’s false trails, and then there’s the frightening realization that the filth who murdered the kittens knows that he’s being followed, and that he now turns his wrath on the Internet detectives and starts stalking them.
This is like an episode of Criminal Minds … but for real. Sickeningly real.
Trust me, after watching only the first episode of this series, I need to binge-watch the entire season of Lego Masters. Heck, I even want to download the British season and the Australian season of Lego Masters, just to get this horrifying documentary out of my memory.
If you want to watch Don’t F**k With Cats, it’s on Netflix right now.
Again … I just don’t think I can watch the rest of this. I just can’t.