TEEN Mom fans slammed Jenelle Evans’ husband, David Eason, for trying to lure stray kittens over to him at a gas station.
People got a “bad feeling” seeing this after David’s history of killing his and Jenelle’s family pets, including their dog and goat.
In a new TikTok video, David revealed he was at a gas station when he noticed two cats hanging out underneath a car.
“Look at these kitties,” he said. “They’re just chilling.”
He continued cooing at the animals, before calling out to them: “What are y’all doing? Come here, kitty kitty!
“You’re so cute. Just so fluffy.”
Fans on Reddit slammed the fired Teen Mom star for not being “authentically nice” to the animals and for trying to lure them when he’s killed animals in the past.
The original poster wrote: “Smart kitties! Stay under that car and off the land!”
Another jumped in to add: “Kitties are no dummies — they can sense evil.”
A second commented on the thread: “Don’t try and be an animal lover when you kill innocent pets, idiot”
A third wrote: “Just seeing him around animals in any vicinity gives me a bad feeling.”
Jenelle’s husband previously had fans up in arms after he shared a video about killing and eating their pet goat Elvis.
In the clip, David talked about killing the goat, which had been born on their farm and raised for over a year.
He went on to show off “goat nuggets” as he cooked them in the family kitchen before giving further details.
The former Teen Mom 2 star first showed off two pieces of raw meat where he wrote: “This is where goat nuggets come from, for all those asking.”
Dropped the bomb, he then told his fans that “this is Elvis, the little baby we had last year.”
“It’s f**king delicious, people should eat more goat.”
Back in 2019, Jenelle and David were famously fired from Teen Mom 2 after the 33-year-old killed their family dog.
Teen Mom’s Chelsea Houska recently threw shade at her former co-stars by claiming she’ll never eat any of the animals she raises at her home.
While answering questions from followers on Instagram, Chelsea responded to one about the animals she has at her new farmhouse.
The curious fan asked: “Will you be raising your cows to eat or just as pets?”
Chelsea quickly shut down the idea of the former option, throwing shade in the process.
She replied: “All of our animals are strictly pets and always will be that way!”
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