reply to post by mileysubet
Hmmm, someone else that can’t read I see. Well hey, why not pile it on anyway with the others who instead of opening their minds and being caring
and gracious and kind would rather add to someone distress and pain by proving just how ignorant and closed minded others can be! Sure! Go for it!
Please tell me you are not posting on ATS for an emergent issue about a creature that is bound to die..
Did you think the people here could prey or do magic to get your puppy out its situation?
Yes, I believe prayer is effective and I believe it can save a puppies life. Sorry you don’t. I’d hate to live a life without faith in prayer.
How sad an existence that would be. For me at least.
This is your fault to be honest, if you knew the people in your area would do this type of thing then why would you own a dog? On the other
hand why would you not protect that life knowing this?
So let me get this straight - if I 'knew' what someone else was going to do before hand I wouldn't have a puppy? That's got to be one of the most
ignorant things I've ever heard in my life. That’s like saying: ‘Wow, I should have known that drunk driver was going to plow down my kid while
crossing the street holding the hand of a crossing-guard! Hmmm, I guess I should never had had kids!’
Good luck with that outlook my friend, you’re going to need it. I'd 'lol' but honestly it's just too sad because honestly with that attitude I’d
hate to be you on the day disaster strikes you or a loved one. I wonder if you’ll be big enough person to dispense some of the same advice you’ve
so lavishly spent here on yourself that day. Well, I can hope can’t I?
You are to blame on all accounts....
For someone who doesn’t seem to believe in God you sure have no hard time playing Him do you?
If you had or suspected you would had money issues..why would you buy a pet that would cause a drain on your situation, complete bull#. If you
want to consider a "pet" as part of your household then you need to be able to take in account for all situations...including the neighbors
Granted. A responsible pet owner would not go out and get a dog knowing their financial situation.
But now step down from that pedestal for a moment let’s just open up our little pea-brains and use our imagination why don't we?
Walking down the road one day - (because you don’t have a car) what pray tell do you see but a wriggling mass of fur by the roadside. Two other
little masses of fur, are not wriggling.
Hmmm, let’s see.
Do you - one - take the pup that isn’t even 4 weeks old and bring it home with you and try to do your best by the little creature knowing you will
have to sacrifice your own dinner(s) for the little helpless terrified cold wet crying and orphaned things that’s been cuddling up to the bodies of
it’s other litter mates who’re already dead?
OR - Do you tell yourself.... ‘Well, ya know, looking at this little puppy I just get the strangest sensation that someone is going to be free with
rat poison somewhere in this dogs future so I better just leave it here to DIE’...
Guess which I chose?
Oh and let’s also, since we have that little brain a tad bit more open than before take into consideration ATS has a wide range of members - and NOT
ALL OF THEM LIVE IN THE UK OR THE USA!
Some of them even live in teeny tiny little mountain towns that have no veterinarians and when most ordinary farm dogs do get sick, they don’t get
taken to ‘veterinarians’ - they die - it’s the culture. Just like when mongrels have puppies they’re either drowned or tossed by the road.
Who’d a thought huh?
Ok, so, not that our brains are completely dazzled by a little light peaking in through that closed box let’s hope it enjoys the nice fresh air of
rationality and stays open for a bit.
Thanks for taking the time to post.
edit on 12-4-2011 by silo13 because: bbc