This site was created in February 2011 after Michael Vick was named the NFL comeback player of the year as a reminder to sports fans and the sports media that even though Vick can throw a football, he admitted to killing dogs for fun for over a period of six years, he knowingly infecting at least woman with genital herpes, he has been linked to “one of the largest steroid rings in the United States” and he has failed at least one drug test. Vick has had many run-ins with the law, and he’s a convicted felon who is currently on probation. People should remember these things when they think about Michael Vick.
If you love animals and/or you hate Michael Vick you should support our site. We’re not asking for your money, but if you have a website we’d like you to add a link to our homepage. If don’t have a website, but you’re a member of an online community forum, please feel free to list us as your homepage.
The goal is to have enough people link to our homepage, so that this site will become the first hit when people search for Michael Vick on Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines. In other words, when you search for Michael Vick on the internet, the first hit will always be “The Scumbag Michael Vick”. How great would that be?
Title: Michael Vick
If you don’t have a website and/or you would prefer to help with your wallet instead, don’t send your money to us. Instead send some to these great charities below.
ASPCA – The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals fights cruelty of all animals. They were instrumental in the investigation that led to Vick’s arrest. After his release from prison Vick looked for a charity to partner with in order to improve his image. The ASCPA did the right thing and turned him down
Best Friends Animal Society – This organization took in 22 pit bulls seized from Michael Vick’s property. These dogs, abused and forced to fight to the death, got a second chance at life thanks to Best Friends.
Bad Rap – Bay Area Doglovers Responsible About Pit bulls also took in many of the Vick dog. These dogs have since been adopted out to loving homes.