Megan Milner, 38-years old, was mauled to death by one of her pit bulls in Nova Scotia.
Mega Built Bullies
UPDATE 06/30/20: On June 30, 2020, a commenter left a link showing when Megan Milner purchased her two pit bulls -- less than four years later, one brutally kills her while she was taking it for a walk. On November 8, 2016, Mega Built Bullies, a British Columbia-based breeder of "exotic" pit bulls (American bullies), congratulated Megan on her two newest "MBB family members" from a Tonka and Camo litter. The designer pit bulls were a sister and brother pair.
In October 2016, Mega Built Bullies stated on their website, "Welcome to the Home of Mega-Freak-A-Bulls." There is no mistake what Megan had been seeking, two extra large mega-freak pit bulls that we often refer to as "mutants." At that time, MBB Tonka was advertised on the stud page, and the breeding of Tonka and Camo was advertised on the breeding page. This breeding pair session produced one fatally attacking pit bull and one aggressive pit bull in the same litter.
The dogs were at least 4 months old when Megan bought them, indicating that one or both might have been returned to MBB beforehand for behavior issues. The littermates also had to be sold as a "pair."
Does everyone understand that MBB is breeding for size, not temperament or health? MBB is breeding for extra large heads, heavy bones and over 100 pounds in weight. That is all they are selecting for too. Megan seems aware of this and states in a post left at MBB on March 22, 2017: "Kaos, AKA Tonka Jr. 8 months old. Starting to grow a big head, just like I told him his one job is." In a nutshell, that sums up the problem with designer (exotic, extreme, etc) pit bull breeders.
We also noted among MBB's dogs that UKC's Most Wanted Kimbo is in the second generation of MBB Jesus. Back in 2014, one of Kimbo's offspring, Niko, destroyed a 4-year old girl in Louisiana. Afterward, Kimbo's owner, a California breeder named Gustavo Castro, came under fire because Kimbo was widely known to "throw" (pass down) human aggression to his offspring. Castro ignored this and continued breeding Kimbo, just like MBB will continue breeding Tonka and Camo.
Megan's dogs were XL pit bulls, also know as the American bully. Though recognized by the UKC in 2013, the AB was "developed as a natural extension of the American pit bull terrier." It can be an infusion of at least 7 different breeds: American Staffordshire terrier, American pit bull terrier, American bulldog, English bulldog, Olde English bulldogge, Staffordshire bull terrier and French bulldog (See: related post). They come in four separate "varieties" separated by height only.
06/13/20: Mauling Victim Identified
The 38-year old woman mauled to death by her alleged "mild mannered" pit bull near Halifax has been identified as Megan Milner. Her last public Facebook post was on June 5. She was found dead in a ditch on June 9 on a rural road in Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia. She had taken one of her two pit bulls for a walk outside of the village. A muzzle was also found at the scene. Mark Taylor, who lived near the attack site, later struck and killed the pit bull with his vehicle.
Just a few weeks before the vicious attack, Milner posted a photograph of her two pit bulls near a vase of flowers. Recently, Bronwynne Conrad Martin, a friend of Milner, claimed to know what Milner would want following her death. "Megan would not want an entire breed to be condemned from this tragic event," Martin wrote. But Martin does not know this -- no one does. Just like no one knows what Darla Napora would have opined about pit bulls after being killed by her own.
"Sorry for your loss, but please don't speak for the dead. Everyone loves their pits until it kills them, literally." - Commenter Ezekiel Roberts
Martin also claimed that people should, "Challenge the conversation with facts." In this case, the facts are clear. Milner was killed by one of her pit bulls, while taking the dog for a walk. Milner was a conscientious owner who would only walk her dogs one at a time outside of the village, and while armed with a sturdy muzzle. On June 9, one of her pit bulls brutally attacked her and left her dead in a ditch. Those are the grim facts, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Like the attractive female pit bull advocates before Milner, who were killed by their own pit bulls (Darla Napora, Bethany Stephens and more), gross speculation and conspiracy theories fueled by pit bull advocates has followed. Claims like, Milner must have been "struck by a car" or "she was killed by a bear." There is a reason why jurisdictions in 53 countries regulate this dog breed. The routine horrific injuries pit bulls inflict, including deglovings, have no place in a civilized society.
06/10/20: Pit Bull Kills Female Owner
Nova Scotia, CA - On Tuesday, a 38-year old woman was mauled to death by one of her two pet pit bulls. Police were called to the scene on Wittenburg Road just after 8:00 am. About an hour-and-a-half later, the attacking pit bull was discovered dead after being run down by a vehicle. At the time of the deadly attack, the victim was taking one of her pit bulls for a walk. One neighbor expressed shock after learning which of the two pit bulls was responsible for inflicting her death.
But the victim's neighbor said he was shocked to find out which of the dogs was responsible for the woman's death. He said one of the pit bulls she owned, which was at the victim's home at the time of the incident, was known to be very aggressive and had attacked the owner last year. The other that turned on its owner was always mild-mannered and well behaved, he said.
"When I found out it was that dog I was shocked, I couldn't believe it," he said. The man said he witnessed the dog being taken from the woman's home by Animal Services on Tuesday afternoon. - The Chronicle Herald
According to the neighbor, he and several other community members saw the other pit bull pin her down before she escaped unharmed in the past. He said the victim adored her two pit bulls. "Those dogs were the focal point of her life," said the neighbor who did not want to be identified. "They meant so much to her," he added. "I think she really tried to help the problem dog become a better dog." Yet, it was not the problem pit bull that killed her. It was the "mild-mannered" one.
Driver Ran Down Dog
About 3 kilometers from the attack site, a driver intentionally struck and killed the dog to prevent further injuries. "I'm glad I came across the dog and took care of it because it really bothered me to think about what else could have happened to the people that didn't know this was going on, so I'm very thankful," Mark Taylor said. After his daughter alerted him to the attack, he jumped in his van and began telling people along the road about the attack. Eventually, he caught up to the dog.
He was headed down the road that leads to his livestock when he saw the dog. Taylor said he made a snap decision to hit the animal with his vehicle.
"It was very fast. I don't know how to describe it, it was surreal," he said. "I didn't concern myself with any repercussions. I took care of the dog."
Taylor, who describes himself as an animal lover, says it was a tough decision to make, but he believes it was the right one. - Mark Taylor, CTV News
Muzzle at the Scene
Video shows the Royal Canadian Mounted Police investigating the scene. A large leather dog muzzle can be seen. The National Desk also talked to Taylor, who again emphasized, "It was quick." A teenage jogger and a woman driving her vehicle discovered the victim in the ditch. The jogger had run by the victim and her dog earlier when she was alive. When she returned along her route, she encountered the loose pit bull and the victim dead in the ditch. The teenager called 911.
Police have not release the name of the victim. It is unknown if the dog was wearing the muzzle at the time of the attack. The fact that she had a serious muzzle -- not a flimsy nylon one -- indicates the "well-mannered" pit bull may have also been problematic. Community members said the victim would deliberately walk her dogs outside of town, to be away from residents, as was the case on the day of the attack. (We have never heard of a pit bull owner being this conscientious before.)
Unpacking the Attack
According to neighbors, the victim loved her pit bulls, and knew that at least one of them was aggressive. Notably, she only walked the dogs one at a time too. Residents told news outlets that she often walked her dog on the rural road and the dog was usually muzzled. The victim took precautions to keep her dogs away from the village population, only walked each dog alone, and was armed with a muzzle on her walks. Yet, her "well-mannered" pit bull fatally attacked her.
Statistical data from a 15-year period shows that pit bulls are over 11 times more likely to kill their owner than any other dog breed.
Pit bull owners routinely make devastating choices that result in people and pet dogs being severely mauled or killed. They make devastating choices that result in their own death too. There is no other dog breed that kills their owners more frequently than pit bulls. Over the 15-year period of 2005 to 2019, there were 75 owner-directed attacks that ended in death. Pit bulls were responsible for 63% (47). German shepherds, boxers and mastiffs followed, each with 4 deaths.
Very often, the extreme violence inflicted by pit bulls is unpredictable; there is no known stimuli beforehand. What is always true is that when stimuli is known before the attack, it is either minor (movement while sleeping, taking away a treat or a baby in a bouncy chair) or at worst, moderate (the clap of thunder or a domestic family dispute). Thus, the act of killing by pit bulls is always a disproportionate response. There is no appropriate context for these behaviors in normal life.
"It's also not realistic to pretend that impulsive aggression is not pathological. The environments (the fighting pit, the baited bull, the escaping slave) for which these behaviors were selected as an adaptive response are so extreme that in fact there is no appropriate context for these behaviors in normal life." - Animal behaviorist, Alexandra Semyonova
10/20/16: Back Story of the Montreal Pit Bull Ban; How the Pit Bull Lobby Operates
05/05/09: Alexandra Semyonova: Heritability of Behavior in the Abnormally Aggressive Dog
Yet another mild mannered dangerous canine killing someone (its owner, in this case) for no other reason except that is what they were bred to do: Kill for no reason, unprovoked, with no warning. People who are in denial about dangerous canines are shocked out of denial. People who are not in denial of obvious truth are not shocked. It is impossible to reason with people to get them out of denial. It is impossible to show them reliable information about dangerous canines to get them out of denial. The only possible way to get them out of denial is to shock them out of denial. That does not work either, for most all dangerous canine deniers who will fabricate absurd scenarios to blame the victim: She had a seizure, fell on the dog, etc. The question is not “When will people learn?”. The question is “When will people stop loving Evil?”. When does Evil yield to Truth and Love? Not now, and not on this world.
I thought pits were banned in Canada -maybe this is just in some providences. After doing a search online, I see it is more of a patchwork in Canada. There was an interesting story from 2019 that ended 2/2020 about a guy who went to court over his pit mix and his town of Clarks Harbor, NS town having a ban on the breed. It seems he got a doggie DNA test that claimed the dog was 5 other breeds, none of which were banned. He also, started claiming (later of course) that it was a “therapy dog for his anxiety.” How bogus are these doggie DNA tests? They seem like junk science but somehow, they are taken as 100% truth and allow pits to be in towns.
Concerning this case, I am glad it was the owner who died and not an innocent. Mark Taylor is a small town hero as far as I’m concerned. He lives in a country in which he cannot have a gun or other weapons and he quickly and efficiently weaponized his truck. Let’s home no charges come against him because they just might.
“Let’s hope” not “let’s home.”
I had the exact same thoughts regarding this case, I didn’t read the comments before posting!
They are banned in all of Ontario, but I live in Toronto and I see them almost daily, un neutered, ears clipped, hard core. They are not enforcing the ban.
I cannot even fathom how a dog on a walk would have show this aggressiveness. Having had dogs all my life, it is easy to see that going on walks is when they are the happiest. This woman will die in vain…again. The misinformation and the stupid comments on how she may have provoked the dog flow on the forums, as usual. This is just the beginning considering USA is sending thousands of death row pits to Canada after erasing their bite history and changing their names to avoid liability. It has to stop.
It is possible that this dog got hyped up over something it saw in the environment as a rabbit or squirrel and redirected its aggression on its owner. That does not excuse the dog killing its owner, but it could explain sudden violence in a dog not normally aggressive. Too many pit bulls are not mentally stable.
“Good” pit bulls are supposed to attack unprovoked prolonged, on neutral ground and not stop.
It’s not possible to know when a pit bull will feel 200 years of heritage and maul because it feels good.
So that not only answers my question about her muzzling her pits — it proves that THIS restraining method (like walking the pit on a leash) IS NOT FAIL SAFE…Neither is driving outside the village…That only leaves us with a state of the art, zoo keeper grade tiger compound…If even THAT is FAILSAFE…
This story reminds me of Elisa Pilarski who died this exact same way, walking her muzzled pit, last November in France. The useless device was found near her body and the one of her unborn child. We are still waiting for the French authorities to confirm her dog is the culprit…
I have a Google news alert on this story and the latest news on this was that shockingly, the pit that was found by her body (the one that allegedly protected her from rampaging hunting hounds) has attacked people in the shelter where he is being kept, including the boyfriend of the dead woman.
Why is that murderous dog being kept alive at taxpayer expense?
That case is still open because the DNA evidence will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to complete. Of course, with the world pandemic it will take forever to prove what we already know to be true. That dog had and continues to have aggressive behavior. She, too, paid with her life and the life of her unborn child. And yet…AND YET…the boyfriend (father of unborn child) continues to deny and protect this useless, vicious animal in spite of all the evidence. It is beyond me.
There are indeed enough statistics on this breed killing its owners, family members, strangers, livestock, pets with absolutely no provocation. Pitbulls are not pets. Why do people insist though on adopting these monsters?
I never feel as badly when it’s the idiot who choose to own the beast that gets killed. Sometimes this is how their pathology gets fixed.
I agree. I’m friends with a woman who had a pit that belonged to her son. That dog aggressive dog died and she got another. I’m not her friend any longer because I don’t want to be around her dog. Taking on her son’s abandoned dog was bad enough, but to actually look for trouble by adopting it? Why?
People love to repeat the same mistakes over and over.
The fact that she walked both dogs seperately out of town away from residents actually was a smart choice to keep people safe. However, that clearly indicates that they were obviously problem dogs; even the alleged ‘mild mannered’ killer. After all, you wouldn’t go out of your way to walk your dogs like that unless you knew there was a problem with them being around anyone else. I think the ‘mild mannered’ one was only slightly ‘better’ than the known aggressive one. Sadly, it seems she prefered to just do everything in her power to keep them away from people instead of the ultimate precaution which would have been to put them down, and it cost her her life. I’m glad the killer is dead, but I hope the other one gets put down as well if it hasn’t already. Especially since they know that one is aggressive.
Sent this link to Colleen but wanted others to see this. DC firefighters had to hold down 2 attacking pits so they could fight a fire. The pictures say it all. I hope their injuries don’t force disability retirement on them.
WASHINGTON – D.C. firefighters saved the day Thursday when they threw their bodies on two dogs who were attacking people while other members were fighting a fire in Southeast.
These animals are not to be treated as pets. They were bred as killers and they will, when instinct permits, do exactly what they are instructed to do.
This is very different from domesticating the wolf, who recognizes the source of the food and restrains his animal instincts to cater to the human. This is a animal bred from the ground up to attack the human, the livestock, the other dog; Anything that it deems is necessary. It’s reverse of the wolf. This animal knows that at any moment it’s going to kill and kill it must.
It’s not a pet. It’s a brutalizer. It’s meant to hunt slaves and things that are meant to be tacked down and mauled. That is it’s instinct. It is not a wild animal, it is a born and bred mauler.
I’m glad it was only the owner who was killed and not an innocent neighbor. I hope Mark Taylor does not get any backlash for putting down the mauler. He should get a medal.
Yes, absolutely. He probably saved people from mauling or even death. It probably took split second thinking and nerves of steel.
Jesus H Christ! Look at the size of the heads on those things. People online are saying they think a bear killed her. Those things heads are the size of bear heads.
BTW, the picture of those dogs licking her is repulsive to me. People confuse this for dog “kisses.” In actuality, dogs lick people’s faces because they are food driven. They’re licking for particles of food, grease, whatever! Another primal urge for dogs, even nice dogs, if a person dies alone in their home and left for a long time…their dog will begin to eat them. I know it’s gross, but we all have to remember dogs are animals. The dog worship and anthropomorphize culture is out of control.
Actually licking the face is a sign of appeasement – you will sometimes see dogs doing this when one of them growls / snaps at the other, the other dog may try to appease the growling dog by lowering themselves and licking the face. Very common for puppies to do this to older dogs, and for dogs to do it to their owners.
Its what many dogs do when they are uncomfortable or intimidated e.g. often by an uninformed human putting their face near the dog (to dogs this is seen as confrontational and intimidating). It’s also something dogs who are over stimulated or fearful will do as a displacement behaviour. Basically it doesn’t show that the dog loves the owner or whatever, it’s a sign that the dog is not relaxed and calm.
Every time I see those face-slurping pitbull photos I want to wretch. It’s just indicative of the lack of dog knowledge these people possess about dogs.
Nothing wrong with a light slurp *with permission or on request* from a dog–plenty wrong with letting a dog slurp your face like you’re a plate of tuna juice. It’s a lack of a dog understanding the relationship between human and dog.
Puppies may *lightly* lick their mother’s mouth for food scraps. Other dogs will generally not tolerate it.
Dogs only slurp another dog *that’s inferior to them*. So, that’s exactly how they view these humans. As their inferiors.
Yet, for some reason, pitbull nutters seem to think that this proves their dog “loves” them.
There’s this idea that somehow, a human can control a powerful animal on a harness or flat collar and a lead and that’s good enough.
No, it isn’t.
If the dog is unsafe off lead, what happens when the lead is yanked out of the owner’s hands, or something breaks? Suddenly there’s an uncontrollable animal running loose. Leashes and collars are *containment* but they are not *control*.
This is the too-often fatal belief of people who own pitbulls/powerdogs and know they are unstable…that somehow, being dragged around by them a few yards away from people is, in their fantasy world, “doing right by everyone and the dog”.
They don’t even have the good sense to muzzle them (which doesn’t hurt/bother the dog if done properly) in case the dog breaks away.
I recently read a post by a woman whose pit type dog bit her son “several times” but she was demanding justice because the dog had been euthanized and she didn’t get to say goodbye or get his ashes. She went on and on about how this dog she had only had for 7 months had “saved her” and was her “everything” and how much she missed him. You know, a great and loving mother to her injured human child! (sarcasm) Anyway, guess what her glowing testimonial to this agressive dog’s memory included not just once but several times? References to his “kisses.” She said he gave the biggest, sloppiest kisses. She used a very odd wording to say he “filled me up” with doggy drool (I assume she meant her mouth, hopefully). She went on and on about the kissing.
Why? How is uncontrollable licking a bonus? How is it a testament to the dog’s character? Why would you even share that he “fills you up” with drool? Excessive licking as she described isn’t a sign of love and devotion, it’s a sign that the dog/human relationship is totally out of whack. It shows a lack of discipline and (I think) an unhealthy and inappropriate amount of neediness on the part of the owner who allows it at the extent she described. It almost seems… I hate to say it… sexualized on the part of the human. Deep mouth on mouth tongue licking should not be something shared across species, and it certainly shouldn’t be something a person is proud of or which they should want to show in pictures. It’s not something the dog is doing to show love, it’s just something the dog does because the person lets it. And you tend to see it more with people who own bully type dogs. It shows a mental disconnect of what should be a master/pet relationship. When your dog you’ve had for less than a year becomes your “everything” when compared to your child, something is deeply wrong with you. And when you go on and on about his deep wet tongue kisses as if you’re describing a human lover, you’re just delusional.
Licking in canines is mostly seen in puppies toward adult dogs as a gesture of submission – I am a puppy, I am harmless and vulnerable, please don’t hurt me – and (as lip licking, where 1 dog licks his own lips and looks away from another dog) between adult dogs to signal “I am harmless, I do not wish to interact or have conflict with you.”
Dogs will lick their owners to show affection, but I agree that there is a modern tendency to overinterpret it as ‘kisses’ and see it as a positive thing. It can be a loving gesture from a dog to a human, but that’s a specific sort of situation. I see a lot of people reading hyper, insistent licking – often with a lot of direct body contact – as a cute, loving gesture when it’s really not. The frantic licking behavior in some dogs can be a sign of high anxiety, and it can easily escalate into biting.
Also, one adult dog (usually a dominant female) may pin down another dog and slurp it’s ears to calm it. However the dog being slurped on, is the submissive one. If the underdog attempts to leave or to object, it may well get bitten.
What I see in these slurp videos is a dog, paws pinning the human, and slurping its’ inferior.
That’s not “love”–it’s a form of establishing hierarchy and maintaining pack stability with an inferior dog that’s expressing instability.
These people know so little about rational dog behaviour that they believe that slurping is a sign of “love”.
Almost every time I see a pit on a lead, they’re pulling ahead of the person. Yes, “dragging” the so-called owner. There’s clearly no training, no control, no alpha going on there. And, yes, how many stories have involved some outweighed woman or child trying to control the beast from lunging? I avoid these dogs like the plague that they are.
I love dogs but this particular breed has no place in society. Part of the problem is that the owners are not being held accountable. Sometimes you can’t even be sure who the owner is. Owners of dogs that attack someone else should be fined and face jail time.
You want to know what is bad? These Crazy folks in Nova Scotia on the “PITBULLS Truth & Justice We are their voice!” site on June 15th made a petition to have the hero who stopped this rampaging killer pit charged with Animal cruelty. They are sitting there talking about how scared the poor dog must have been as he ran it over. They don’t give a damn about the human being murdered by this animal
They never do seem to care about the human victim. Those who advocate strongly for pit bulls seem to turn off their feelings for every other living thing besides their breed of choice. To push pit bulls into society they must not care about any of the thousands of maimed and killed pit victims, such as cats, horses, any other dog breed, goats, sheep, llamas, poultry, pigs, cattle, human babies, toddlers, children, adults and the elderly. They don’t even care about “good” pit owners or advocates who are killed by their own dogs. They pretend as if pit bulls are the only singular dog breed which can show devotion, or be a protector, or offer comfort to humans (the “best most loving dogs ever”). They believe that only pits are ever abused or neglected. They ONLY care about that one breed, and every other living thing takes a back seat to their worship of the “misunderstood” pit bulls. They are sick and delusional and unfeelingly callous toward the life and safety of anything else.
So I’m not at all surprised that they want to punish the man who killed this murderous dog. He has probably had death threats from some of them. That “poor scared pibble” that he ran over could have easily gone on to kill someone else before being captured. And if it had been caught, you know there would have been a fundraising effort to save its life and send it on to be placed in another home.
What demented, convoluted thinking they have!
I’m thankful in all this that the dog only killed his owner and not the teen jogger or the lady who stopped to help.
I think the man who hit this dog with his vehicle would have been better off disappearing after he killed the dog. I am not suggesting that he was wrong in hitting the dog, as I believe he did the right thing. However, the organized pit bull people are so inclined to defend the dog over its dead owner that admitting he hit the dog could present problems for him.
He’ll never be charged with running over the dog.
Pretty much falls under everything from “Good Samaritan Laws” to “protecting the public safety”.
The pitbull nutters can whine all they like. More likely the driver can sue the pitbull owner or insurance company for car repairs.
That group is AWESOME. They’re currently infighting about a member who claims her male pit bull “Caliber” was attacked savagely and mysteriously inside her home. She has 4 pit bulls, 3 males and an intact female in heat. She claims she left everyone crated, came home to a kicked in door and Caliber bloody and beaten half to death in her tub by some pit bull hater. Everyone took off complaining about haters until a few started questioning her story. She rebutted with the claim that she did take pit to vet and vet said the ‘singular laserations’ could not have been made by a dog. Multiple people saying “Uh, that looks like dog bites.”
I’m thinking there was a yard accident. When my dog was mauled by a pit bull, there was a singular laceration wound involved.
As if anyone would ever break into someone’s home just to “beat up” their pit bull. How laughable. Put bull “haters” generally don’t want to be anywhere near someone’s pits, much less coming into their home, letting them out of crates and beating them up. What a ludicrous story she has concocted. But, they do after all live in a fantasy world in which pits are the best most loving dogs ever and pits would never hurt a human and even if they did (because of course they were abused) they deserve to live a happy life elsewhere… I guess fantasy and reality never quite mesh for them and scenarios like this break in seem possible.
The other 3 pitbulls she kept obviously ganged up and attacked that one pitbull. It should be obvious from the injuries that it was a mauling attack. Like the other poster said before me, no one would break into someone’s home just to “beat up” their pets, especially not if they’re several pitbulls as that would be highly dangerous. The lady’s a lunatic who fabricated this story to pour fuel on the pro-pit lobby.
That pic of her frenching those 2 beast nearly made me vomit up my breakfast. I hate to think what other pics are on her hard drive. I hope the hero did not damage his van running over one of those beast. Also hope the pit mafia doesn’t get him fired.
Once again murder dogs gonna murder. Hope all the virtue signalling was worth it as the “dog” was killing her. I ain’t even care at this point. Glad the dog is dead!
It’s been discovered the dogs came from a pit bull breeder with notoriety:
I also just found out that the dog in this article was killed by a littermate of the two dogs in the photo. From the same breeding, Tanka x Camo:
The dog who participated in the killing of Jake:
MegaBuiltBullies has had multiple dogs injure, kill people & their pets, and have been featured by prominent YouTube channels (of which spread misinformation about dogs in general). MBB produces dogs with numerous health issues knowingly and suckers unsuspecting buyers into buying non-health and temperament tested mutts.
Colleen, Thanks for all the excellent research on this travesty. The one video I watched has small children in almost every shot. It’s truly despicable, and OF COURSE, these puppies look cute, but so do baby grizzly bears. The comments below the video are mainly inquiring about how to buy one. So incredibly sad to see the collateral damage. Keep up the great work you do.
Here was a follow up.
Turns out the male wasn’t mild mannered and had attacked before.