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Date:10/25/2014 12:47:41 AM
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Hey, Lolita
Ozzy here. Most people think we birds or even animals do not suffer grief when one of our own dies but Mom knows from experience that is NOT TRUE. Don't feel bad about saying that you wish people who were mean to animals got the very same punishment cuz Mom agrees. The man who is leaving will have his last day on Friday. (TG) Mom has been blogging for us for the last couple of hours. She goes to animal control one day a week to walk the dogs. She knew there was risk for attachment. She is a "big dog" person but she walked a black and white Pom mix twice. His 92 year old owner had died and no one in the family would take him. (nice) On command he would sit, stay and shake hands and he was very well behaved on walks. he really enjoyed getting outside and sniffing all of the scents. Mom went in last Wednesday, which was also the day the A.C.A.B. planned to meet when Mom learned that the Pom had been euthanized. Why? Because he was"old" at 7. Small dogs can live up to 18 years! Mom even had found someone who was interested. At the meeting they mentioned that an ARF member who planned to attend couldn't because she was too upset over the Pom's death. The Head A.C. officer lied and said he was old AND SICK. BS. He was just covering his behind. They were not over crowded or anything. There was no reason other than that the dog was so sweet and compliant that maybe he wanted to use his newly learned skills in doing lethal injection. Mom has not been back since but she will be. Right up to Christmas Eve they were having a pet food drive at TSC. (Which did VERY well, even in the crappy economy) ARF will have free cat & dog food all winter now. Thanks for your interest and concern. It is too late for that dog but not the hundreds that will follow him. Spay/neuter is the answer. AV4U! Ozzy
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