I Have a Problem With Irresponsible Pet Owners

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    So Many Bad Pet Owners Where I Live

    My old neighborhood is just filled with loads of bad pet owners. When I was growing up there, a couple of women (a mother and grown daughter) started out with a couple cats that they just allowed to serial breed by not getting them spayed or neutered. One year, someone threw...
    StrawberryPocky StrawberryPocky
    22-25, F
    Jul 28, 2010

    Why do people not think thru all the steps of

    owning a puppy... Time commitment and responsibility!?!? A co-worker #1 got a puppy from a breeder who had the puppy fixed @3 months! #2 both adults in the house travel for work #3 instead of training it in their home it goes to doggy daycare everyday #4 they can't understand...
    68bbw 68bbw
    41-45, F
    1 Response Sep 9, 2014

    Dog On The Loose.

    We live in a rural area, in a neighborhood where lots are just over an acre. One of our neighbors, who is only here on weekends but soon to live here full time, has a beautiful Brittany Spaniel that is let out to roam the neighborhood unattended. The dog is bred to hunt and that...
    Ginny5 Ginny5
    51-55
    May 18, 2012

    Responsible Pet Ownership Means Being Responsible To The Pet And The Community.

    I'm so disgusted by my housemate's current girlfriend that I need a place to rant. I had a pomeranian for 15yrs til the day she died. I cat-sitted a friend's cat for about 1.5yrs when she moved. I neutered strays and waited for their one month recovery before putting them back...
    JanicePoh JanicePoh
    31-35, F
    1 Response Apr 11, 2012

    What Is With These People?

    I am an animal lover....I wish I could save them all....They are so innocent, and trusting....all they want is love....companionship...to belong to somebody...   Yet, our shelters are over-ran with unwanted, abused, and neglected pets....It breaks my heart...Someone gets a...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    5 Responses Jun 19, 2009

    I've met too many people

    who leave their dogs locked up in their kennel or basement. They consider the dog's jumping as excitement to meet a stranger.
    unravelling unravelling
    18-21, F
    1 Response Sep 9, 2014
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