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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by ricksdisconnected, Sep 25, 2021.
real pieces of shit. very sad.
Dig will get a home. F the owners. Then to come back and face him. Sick.
true pieces of shit imo. special place in hell for those shit bags i promise you.
its for life when you take in a animal imo.
there isnt a good excuse 1 i can think of to do anything other. NONE.
My dogs have always been those sort of cases; unwanted, got rid of, etc. I try not to speculate about the previous owners, that doesn't put me in a happy place, mentally. I give them as good of a life as I can and in return they've been, I believe, incredibly grateful for having found a home where they belong. Over here, during the lockdowns, one of the legitimate reasons for leaving your home was walking the dog, so just imagine how many people got a dog only to get rid of him or her again when the legislation was (temporarily) lifted. It makes me sick to think how somebody has the balls to take responsibility for the life of a dog while not having the balls to break an unjust law by leaving their home on their own. The dog pounds are a mess at the moment, but I've got two and a half dogs already.
@ricksdisconnected IMHO NOTHING beats the Thailand monkey. 25 years of groundhog day..
That's really bad. Why they went to see him? they should have not seen him and shelter should not give any more dogs to them.
My mum had a dog for about 10 years when life got tough she could not look after him as she should and decided to give him away. She gave it to one of her friends friend. At one point she wanted to see him and I said no... You cant do that to him..... I said he went through stress you giving him away and time has passed he learnt you not coming back and you showing up and leaving him again is not fair on him. Likely she agreed, I said stop being a selfish and let him be where he is with his new family.
Micky passed away 2 month ago. ( sleep tight little marsh mellow)
I'm sorry to hear that. I think you were right and it takes something to make that choice. Here's to you and your mom, man.
Mum was crushed she didnt want to give him away but had no choice. I miss Micky he drove me nuts but I still loved him.
"The family complained that the dog became depressed when another family pet died."
So lets dump it off at the pound? Then they want another dog? The shelter should tell them to go pound sand.
I've read enough comments to know I'm not going to watch it.
Animals are family members and loyal regardless. Not just pooches.
Animals are just products of their enviornment most of the time. A trapped audience.
You just proved my theory about humans.
Case & Point.
They need to change so called laws regarding animals rights/abuse.
F it, people should be euthanized instead.
I can't stand a mistreated animal. We have 2 dogs and a cat. They get the best and are well taken care of. Definitely central to my household. I can't understand folks that put little to no thought into that commitment.
Also, i think the ones rescued end up very loyal and loving because they know what you did.
Stupid and selfish people. Animals are not toys, they are living and feeling beings.
There's a YT video from someones fixed camera filming the inside of his front door. The movie shows when he leaves the apartement, and the dog is sitting there forever, staring at the door where his/her owner left (probably the dog's only company, and the only one who can let him/her out or feed him/her). I also have a problem with YT movies showing pet owners scare their animals with large size costumes of tigers or lions (for cats), or wolfs (for dogs). This is in the place where the pet is supposed to feel safe, and the pet has no way to escape with closed doors and windows.
I certainly have something for them if they would visit me @ my animal clinic…
Don't get me wrong, I'm against animal cruelty. Having a laugh with your pet, even if he's startled at first, is fair game, certainly with dogs. I play pranks on my dogs and they return the favor, that's just good fun. Obviously some stuff goes a bit far, but we would all play practical jokes on our beloved ones, human or not - right?
i see where your going and i can agree as i prank my pack all the time.
they love me and know that im goofing with them. hide n seek is fun when
they are little too.
Apparently these ball sacks do not understand that animals become attached to their owners and that they can and will have instances of separation anxiety. It is NORMAL for animals to act depressed when another animal or person in the house dies or rather disappears. Some people should not be allowed to have animals.