posted on Mar, 22 2013 @ 07:57 PM
reply to post by Golf66
It's bad for good pet owners, good for bad pet owners, though.
I always adopt from SPCA and all they ever wanted was a form filled out, to know whether you've had pets before, permission from the landlord and the
I think home checks are a great idea in thought for people with dogs, as a neighbour to a yard that is really a dog toilet, not to mention horders of
cats. Interviews from neighbours, "Yes, he has 3 dogs already that never get walked or shut up when people walk by."
Hell, think about all the child abuse that could be solved this way too. However, that is a perfect world and to retain our privacy, we must accept
the consequences that their are chances things won't go well.
It's a tough call when you're right to privacy is threatened vs the well being of an animal.
Case in point, the story of the family who would get a new puppy every year, only to have it euthanized before they went on vacation because kenneling
fees were too high.