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Posted 3/23/13 , edited 3/23/13

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Michaelicefire wrote:


ismel_123 wrote:

I had a puppy named lion but my mom gave him away *cries*


Why would she do that? ;_;


He piss the couch


That is a very shallow reason to give a puppy away. Shame on her lack of tolerance and patience. You have permission to tell her I said that, too. There were many, many options and solutions to that issue, if she was willing to invest the time and effort, but she wasn't.

Wait until you are on your own to adopt a pet. Your mother doesn't deserve to be reponsible for one.

So glad she didn't decide to give you up for all the times you had a potty accident as a baby. Yes, this is sarcasm: Just because it's a dog doesn't mean it lacks humane value.
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Posted 3/23/13

WackyFiasco wrote:


ismel_123 wrote:


Michaelicefire wrote:


ismel_123 wrote:

I had a puppy named lion but my mom gave him away *cries*


Why would she do that? ;_;


He piss the couch


That is a very shallow reason to give a puppy away. Shame on her lack of tolerance and patience. You have permission to tell her I said that, too. There were many, many options and solutions to that issue, if she was willing to invest the time and effort, but she wasn't.

Wait until you are on your own to adopt a pet. Your mother doesn't deserve to be reponsible for one.

So glad she didn't decide to give you up for all the times you had a potty accident as a baby. Yes, this is sarcasm: Just because it's a dog doesn't mean it lacks humane value.


Actually i was responsible for him, i was the only one who took care of him btw when i was little i didnt live with my mom my grandmother took care of until i was 7
Posted 3/23/13 , edited 3/23/13

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Actually i was responsible for him, i was the only one who took care of him btw when i was little i didnt live with my mom my grandmother took care of until i was 7


I know you were, hon. She's the adult - she was supposed to be responsible for both of you. The responsible thing to do if you were put in charge of the puppy would be to mandate that you clean it and spend more time in training your puppy, not punish the innocent puppy and give it up.


I'm so sorry, and shame on your mother! That is not the way to teach values and responsibilty for other life.
>:(

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Posted 3/23/13

WackyFiasco wrote:


ismel_123 wrote:



Actually i was responsible for him, i was the only one who took care of him btw when i was little i didnt live with my mom my grandmother took care of until i was 7


I know you were, hon. She's the adult - she was supposed to be responsible for both of you. The responsible thing to do if you were put in charge of the puppy would be to mandate that you clean it and spend more time in training your puppy, not punish the innocent puppy and give it up.


I'm so sorry, and shame on your mother! That is not the way to teach values and responsibilty for other life.
>:(



I understand. But it's okay though im just waiting till im olda so i can hv my own puppy
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Posted 3/23/13
My dog is named Buster! I have a photo of him on my profile if you want too see him. =^.^=
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Closed for the new one that popped up!
Posted 3/27/13 , edited 3/27/13

WackyFiasco wrote:

That is a very shallow reason to give a puppy away. Shame on her lack of tolerance and patience. You have permission to tell her I said that, too. There were many, many options and solutions to that issue, if she was willing to invest the time and effort, but she wasn't.

Wait until you are on your own to adopt a pet. Your mother doesn't deserve to be reponsible for one.

So glad she didn't decide to give you up for all the times you had a potty accident as a baby. Yes, this is sarcasm: Just because it's a dog doesn't mean it lacks humane value.

Actually i was responsible for him, i was the only one who took care of him btw when i was little i didnt live with my mom my grandmother took care of until i was 7

I know you were, hon. She's the adult - she was supposed to be responsible for both of you. The responsible thing to do if you were put in charge of the puppy would be to mandate that you clean it and spend more time in training your puppy, not punish the innocent puppy and give it up.


I'm so sorry, and shame on your mother! That is not the way to teach values and responsibilty for other life.
>:(



See what you did there ).
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Posted 3/27/13 , edited 3/27/13
I had a female Norwegian Elkhound for 8-years or so. Here she is when she was about four years old:



They're awesome dog. Very loyal, great around children, and so fluffy. She loved to sleep outside at night in the winter. I'd go out at 3 AM after a long night of programming to find her looking up at the stars and eating snow. We'd sit out there. Just the two us. Good times.
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Let's see..I have a dog named Damsel (like damsel in distress and most of the time she is very much in distress) and two cats named Queenie and Chaos. Queenie seems to think she owns the house and adores feet. For some reason she only likes hands when she is laying down. Also you have to stand right next to her for her to eat and she is coming inside and going outside constantly. (It is quite annoying since we have to open the door to let her out. Chaos causes chaos. I got when she was a kit (the only completely black cat in the litter ) and acts like a dog. She will follow me around and wants constant attention. She jumps on my chest and while it is cute, I constantly have scratches on my shoulders because of it. But i love all three of them.
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Posted 3/27/13 , edited 3/27/13
My kitty, Vilkas
I'm not totally sure what kind he is though. I adopted him from an ASPCA shelter at 3ish months old. He's about 9 months now
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My kitty, Vilkas
I'm not totally sure what kind he is though. I adopted him from an ASPCA shelter at 3ish months old. He's about 9 months now


D'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
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I have a medium size mix breed dog named Bobo. A fat cat that's black and white named Panda. And four hamsters named with the mother named Mindy, father named Terry, a male pup named Apple Sauce and a female pup named Angel.
Posted 3/31/13 , edited 3/31/13
I had a pet spider Ryan but I burned him to death. It was an accident, I swear. R.I.P Ryan.
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I have a husky and its name is avatar
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How do u accidentally burn something to death lmao
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