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Originally posted by earthdude
Drowning is a humane way to kill animals. Shooting or poisoning them is not. This is my opinion and I hope it does not make anyone ill.
Originally posted by k0mbination
reply to post by maybereal11
I can understand putting something down that has rabies, but although I'm no vet, I would have thought after having put them down wouldn't you what to 'not' help spread it either burial or burning the bodies, not throwing them in a river where they will probably wash up and probably eaten, helping to spread the dam disease. seems abit nuts to me
Originally posted by Replicator EYD
Why is this such a big deal? They're just dogs. It's not like the humane shelters don't put down scores of them on a regular basis. Heck, even you supposed "animal lovers" out there have your own "pets" murdered once they become a burden to you.
Puppies are annoying, they can't take care of themselves, and there are always more to go around than anyone wants to deal with. I say good for this girl for making a small dent in the hulking problem that is the puppy epidemic.
Originally posted by Kaytagg
reply to post by gimme_some_truth
haven't farmers been drowning puppies for centuries?