I Have a Problem With Irresponsible Pet Owners

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 37 People

    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...
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    5 Responses Jun 19, 2009

    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
    May 18, 2012

    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
    46-50, F
    1 Response Sep 9, 2014

    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

    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
    Sep 9, 2014
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