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Old 09-24-2007, 05:52 PM   #21
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This is true.... but you still scarededed me.
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Old 09-24-2007, 05:54 PM   #22
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This is true.... but you still scarededed me.

Awww.. How so?
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:09 PM   #23
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Awww.. How so?
Because your suppose to be the jolly green giant and you're talking about torturing someone to the point where they kill themselves...





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Because your suppose to be the jolly green giant and you're talking about torturing someone to the point where they kill themselves...






Ohhhhhhh..

I can't help it sometimes. I don't like people that torture innocent dogs and cats. :/:
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:20 PM   #25
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I can't help it sometimes. I don't like people that torture innocent dogs and cats. :/:
Agreed.
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so i geuss that that is an inappropriate way to fix my neighborhood cat issues?

I thought long and hard about letting my dog roam toget the nasty strays, buit took to trapping them (on my property) and taking them to SPCA.
They have all been disease ridden and are a disgusting nuisance

(before anyone passes judgedment, I like peoples pet cats and would not harm them, but a stray in my new truck and they spray on my front porch)
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sort of like taking your dogs out for Chinese
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I say we injure his (literally) then pour salt into it. After that, we can give him to Bubba in jail.
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so i geuss that that is an inappropriate way to fix my neighborhood cat issues?
I thought long and hard about letting my dog roam toget the nasty strays, buit took to trapping them (on my property) and taking them to SPCA.
They have all been disease ridden and are a disgusting nuisance
(before anyone passes judgedment, I like peoples pet cats and would not harm them, but a stray in my new truck and they spray on my front porch)
I have the same problem with my neighbor. She feeds the stray cats from our neighborhood and so now they lay in/on our cars and trucks and in our front porch. They also tear up our trash. It is pretty bad and my dad "did his own fixing" before but more came back. I didn't agree what my father did and I still don't. Those cats don't know any better and it's not their fault. You would be okay with the fact that you killed cats? It doesn't matter if it is stray or a house cat. A cat is a cat. Period.
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I say we injure his (literally) then pour salt into it. After that, we can give him to Bubba in jail.
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I have the same problem with my neighbor. She feeds the stray cats from our neighborhood and so now they lay in/on our cars and trucks and in our front porch.
CAP (Citizens for Animal Protection) have a program where they trap cats and spay or neuter them but let them free again if they are in an area where people do feed them and watch them. At least that helps avoid those cats having more babies. Behind HCC and Petco at I-10 and B8 there were a bunch of those cats. CAP trapped most of them and got them fixed but brought them back. Hey, at least they take care of the mice and other rodents in those warehouse areas.
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We had a German Shepard that was delivered to the vet clinic with antifreeze. It was one of the most cruel deaths I've seen, going on for several days. He eventually died of Kidney failure. The worst I've seen was rat poisening. It just tore the dog up inside like you cannot believe.

They are a lot more humane ways of ending an animals life.
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We had a German Shepard that was delivered to the vet clinic with antifreeze. It was one of the most cruel deaths I've seen, going on for several days. He eventually died of Kidney failure. The worst I've seen was rat poisening. It just tore the dog up inside like you cannot believe.

They are a lot more humane ways of ending an animals life.
I was joking hence the smilie. I love animals. I probably own more then most people ever will in their lifetime.
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Yea... I found that out...
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