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Those kids won't ever forget the screams of the puppy - it couldn't of been a slow death.
That dog trusted the "teacher" while he was being placed in the cage. He looked up to him, and needed his help.. I'll be honest about it - it brings tears to my eyes to think from the dogs perspective.
I wish this "teacher" was my neighbor - I can't type what I'd do, but I can say I'd whittle away before an audience of pups, till there was no more teacher.
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originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: Nyiah
Thats right, I have also witnessed such behavior with reptiles and fish as well even. I remember a red oscar my friend had that would always snap and try to get my finger when teasing him at the top of a tank. But my friend would put his finger there, and the fish would stare at him like "oh no, I won't bite me daddy now" .
originally posted by: silo13
The puppy being sick, in nature, would have been eaten by a crow, a snake, a turtle, a bird of prey, another dog even.