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I think this is going too far and needs to stop.
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gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it
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gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it


I mean 'emotional support animals' in general, but specifically flying with them. While turkeys are, literally, the worst bird in the world, if someone really wanted to live with one in their house or apartment, that's between them, their landlord, and their city health department. Don't take a bad tempered chicken into a cramped, airless metal tube being jutted through the air. Or a goat. Or a pig. Or a small pony.
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gornotck wrote:


redokami wrote:


gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it


I mean 'emotional support animals' in general, but specifically flying with them. While turkeys are, literally, the worst bird in the world, if someone really wanted to live with one in their house or apartment, that's between them, their landlord, and their city health department. Don't take a bad tempered chicken into a cramped, airless metal tube being jutted through the air. Or a goat. Or a pig. Or a small pony.


honestly, my cat really helps me a lot, without him I had way way more bouts of depression, now I have him and he is so busy he gets my mind off things and makes me laugh, I have laughed more these 2 years than I have in a long time, and genuinely


I want to get him actually certified as a therapy cat
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redokami wrote:


gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it


A snake?! What's the point of keeping one person calm when everyone else is freaking out?
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redokami wrote:


gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it


A snake?! What's the point of keeping one person calm when everyone else is freaking out?


lmao, you don't like snakes?
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redokami wrote:

honestly, my cat really helps me a lot, without him I had way way more bouts of depression, now I have him and he is so busy he gets my mind off things and makes me laugh, I have laughed more these 2 years than I have in a long time, and genuinely


I want to get him actually certified as a therapy cat


Pets do that for some people. I was probably a better person when I had cats who could come and bug me all the time. But I wouldn't have taken my cats on a plane. It's cruel to them, and it can be awful for other people, especially people who have that 'allergies' stuff.
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gornotck wrote:


redokami wrote:

honestly, my cat really helps me a lot, without him I had way way more bouts of depression, now I have him and he is so busy he gets my mind off things and makes me laugh, I have laughed more these 2 years than I have in a long time, and genuinely


I want to get him actually certified as a therapy cat


Pets do that for some people. I was probably a better person when I had cats who could come and bug me all the time. But I wouldn't have taken my cats on a plane. It's cruel to them, and it can be awful for other people, especially people who have that 'allergies' stuff.


oh, no I agree with a plane, but I don't see anything wrong with a therapy pet in general
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redokami wrote:


gornotck wrote:

I think this is going too far and needs to stop.


why? not everyone likes dogs and cats. some like snakes. I saw a pet therapy snake , I don't see anything wrong with it


...just don't bring the snakes on a plane and we won't have a problem.

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