Mon. May 16th, 2022

“All dogs are in danger” after the mother of a savage baby girl has been subjected to a horrific and fatal attack on two Rottweilers.

Cady Lee Deacon was 5 months old when she was killed by two beasts in September 2006 at her family’s bar in Leicester.

5-month-old Cady-Lee Deacon was attacked by two guard dogs at her family's pub in Leicester.


5-month-old Cady-Lee Deacon was attacked by two guard dogs at her family’s pub in Leicester.Credit: Collect
Amy and Lee Burchell vowed never to have a dog again.


Amy and Lee Burchell vowed never to have a dog again.Credit: Peter Powell

Her mother, Amy Burchell, has now issued a gruesome warning to other parents when bringing a dog home.

“All dogs are dangerous, unpredictable, and like humans, they can change suddenly,” Amy told Sun.

The mother of six believes she and husband Lee have yet to learn a lesson, vowing never to own a dog again.

This comes after experts argued that rates of lethal dog attacks could be high as bored British buy-ins increase during the coronavirus lockdown.

Even 16 years later, the trauma of Cady-Lee’s death is still vivid in the family, and the recent surge in murders evokes painful memories.

Amy explained that the father’s imprisonment after a 12-day-old baby was bitten to death by the family’s dog was particularly shocking.

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The tragic Elon Ellis-Joynes was only 12 days old when he was savagely attacked by a “dangerous” Chow Chow Alsation mongrel Teddy from his home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

But Cadey-Lee’s stepfather, Lee Burchell, added that their tragedies were different from others because no one had ever been charged with possessing a dangerous animal.

All dogs are dangerous, unpredictable and, like humans, can change suddenly.

Amy Birchell

Amy and Lee, who were later married and have six children, were moving from their parents’ Rocket Pub when the panic broke out.

During an investigation into the death of little Cady-Lee, it was learned that one of the two Rottweilers had been fatally injured by picking up a baby from a Moses basket.

In an interview with Sun at the couple’s social club in Leicester, Lee said the community was so shocked by her death that she stopped going to the family pub.

He said: “It was a real local pub and people didn’t want to come in after it happened.

“It’s never been the same.”

At the time of the attack, the two dogs, Bruno and Bessie, were treated as guard dogs by Lee’s mother, and were usually kept in a kennel on the roof of a bar.

Devastated, Amy found the baby bloody, and an autopsy revealed that the baby suffered significant injuries, including bites to the head, chest and abdomen.

It was a real local pub and people didn’t want to come in after something happened.

Lee Burtzel

While recording the verdict of the accident, coroner Michael Symington said the attack was unexpected and that the family could not have foreseen.

Police investigated the case, but prosecutors concluded that there was insufficient evidence to convict him.

Both were destroyed shortly after Cady Lee’s death.

‘The most tragic loss’

Amy said 16 years later that the family still mourns baby Cady Lee and everyone still “misses her”.

“She was my only son and everything to me,” she said in an earlier interview.

“What has happened so far is the most tragic loss I could face.”

Her warning comes after a 2-year-old boy in Worcester died after being attacked by a dog and after an 8-year-old boy was taken to hospital in Cannock last month after being bitten in the face.

What happened is the most tragic loss I could face

Amy Birchell

36-year-old Stephen Joynes was jailed for four years after a Chow Chow Alsatian-cross assaulted 12-day-old Elon Jase Ellis-Joynes at their home in Doncaster last year.

Two men appeared in court yesterday on charges of managing a dog named “The Beast” that killed male student Jack Lis.

A 10-year-old boy was bullied by an 8-year-old XL last year while visiting a schoolmate in Carephilly, South Wales.

Baby Bella-Rae Birch was killed by the family’s pet dog in St Helens, Merseyside, where it was purchased a week ago.

Little Cady-Lee was killed by two rottweilers in the face.


Little Cady-Lee was killed by two rottweilers in the face.Credit: Alamy
No one has been charged with the case


No one has been charged with the caseCredit: Alamy

In March, three-month-old Kyra Leanne King was killed by a husky “out of control” in a beautiful place in Lincolnshire.

It comes as animal welfare experts denounce the UK’s dog cruelty epidemic as a closing “impulse buy”.

Dog attacks increased by 54% between 2020 and 2021, according to a report by the Canine and Feline Behavior Association.

RSPCA animal welfare expert Dr Sam Gaines believes the UK’s list of banned dogs could actually fuel the surge.

She notes that “all dogs” are potentially dangerous and no breed is safe.

“We have seen an increase in dog ownership due to the pandemic,” Dr Gaines told Sun.

“RSPCA is very concerned about this. People are in a situation where they want to socialize and they want something their children can look after.

Absolutely terrifying and tragic when it comes to these kinds of events.

“RSPCA, along with others, has been calling for a more thorough investigation into the factors leading to these kinds of events.

“It involves taking the dog for a behavioral assessment and trying to understand what was actually causing the aggression.

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“For example, a dog that does not need adequate care can be subjected to some form of abuse… all factors related to housing and care.

“It also has to do with the victims themselves, which tend to occur with these deaths. Reproduction is not one of the key factors in this.”

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