Animal Lovers Create “Convick” Shirt


A dog loving couple have created a t-shirt they say advocates prison for Michael Vick for his alleged crime. They plan to sell the t-shirts online and give half of the proceeds to animal charities.

“We are dedicated to spreading the word that cruelty to animals is unacceptable,” says the couple. “People found guilty of this crime should be punished to the fullest extent of the law. We created these shirts for sports fans, Michael Vick opponents and animal lovers opposed to animal cruelty.”


(Thanks Carole)

17 Responses to “Animal Lovers Create “Convick” Shirt”

  1. Elderta says:

    OK, I know this is going to get me a lot of flack, but you know, there hasn’t been a trial yet. I know there’s a lot of evidence and the crime is atrocious, but we do have something know as “innocent until proven guiltiy… by a court of law.” I’m started to feel like the firing squad has already been ordered for him, and personally, it gives me a queasy feeling. And yes, I do know that with his money and his celebrity, that conviction may be difficult, too. Still…

  2. catmom5 says:

    I’d be concerned about Vick coming back at the couple for defamation of character or some other such charge. Legally, he’s still innocent.

  3. straybaby says:

    i’m wondering why they are only giving half of the profits to animal charities . . .

  4. bengals says:

    good question straybaby…. it doesn’t cost much at all to make the shirts…

  5. Macushla says:

    Elderta — I agree with you. After my initial emotional reaction (i.e., hang the guy), I’ve come to realize he has been indited but not convicted and despite the horrible charges, he deserves his day in court. What I am hoping is that this case will focus attention on dog/animal fighting across the nation. But this tee-shirt goes too far. (And, I agree with all. Why aren’t all the profits going to animal welfare groups.)

  6. vida says:

    Good points from all, I don’t know how expensive printing shirts and shipping etc is, I can see needing to cover costs. Perhaps an anti dog fighting shirt would be better rather than singling out one person? Or pro compassion design, it boggles the mind that we’re faced with ‘marketing’ empathy and compassion to make it appealing. You’d think it should come naturally…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Where do I buy one?

  8. Anonymous says:

    If you really have to ask, then you’re an idiot.
    Since you are being a wisea**, then you’re still an idiot.

  9. John says:

    I believed in innocent until proven guilty…. until I read the indictment. It’s remarkably detailed.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Anonymous says:

    July 31st, 2007 at 5:35 pm
    If you really have to ask, then you’re an idiot.
    Since you are being a wisea**, then you’re still an idiot.

    Were you speaking to me with that s*** a** comment? It was a joke you idiot! ..l.
    I will buy one and wear it proudly. The guy has 20+ Pit Bulls at his house, a ring filled with blood etc etc……… and he didnt know? Give me a break.

  11. Jenny Bark says:

    I agree with Anonymous & John. There has also been people on ABC & CNN who said he has been fighting dogs since school and lots of people knew it. They said their are also other football players who have kennels but wouldn’t say who. Imo, I think the fed got him. Imo, I think he will plea bargain. Imo, if he gets away with it (I don’t think he will) it will only be because of his money and his pr guys. Pr people arn’t going to change my mind when I see pictures of that house & read that indictment & know the feds brought the charges.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Way to go then, Anonymous! Take a serious discussion and turn it into a joke. Why don’t we just turn this entire thing into a joke? Would that make you feel better or be apropos? Oh wait, that was just a joke! Seriously, sometimes it’s best to keep jokes to ourselves.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Where do I buy one is all I said and you turn around and call me an idiot? Your the joke Anonymous #2 (#2 Literally) and you are the idiot. Your comment was totally inappropriate and uncalled for. It’s obvious you are nothing but a hateful POS who runs around the boards to stir up trouble. Go buy yourself a can of chili and beans and CHILL. Here are a few you may like to try out.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Oh wow, I realize the problem. You are not funny. Maybe that’s why I found your comment so offensive. Cheers and chilly to you, too.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Your a waste of my time.


  16. Kevin says:

    To the Anonymous people.

    I come here to read responses from real Americans that have an intelligent opinion regarding the articles written here.

    Take your bickering to a chat room and quit wasting people’s time and blog space.

  17. Anonymous says:

    You must have a miserable life if a comment like “where do I buy one” offends you. :-) :-) :-) But you are funny :-) :-) :-) Xanax may be an option for you dear?

    Entry Word: idiot
    Function: noun
    Text: a stupid person

    Commenting to you is a waste of time but we must admit you have made us laugh knowing our life isnt so miserable that we get offended at the slightest things. I bet you honk at people the minute the light turns green and yell GO!!!!!!!!!!!

    Have a nice life! Thanks for the laugh.

    ITCHMO ADMIN: To both anonymous commenters, please keep the bashing off of the comment boards. If you two want to really get into it and go at each other, you can visit The Ring at Thanks.

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