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PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2018 6:02 am 
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Heaven’s the place where all the dogs you’ve loved come to greet you.”
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One of the most difficult things any pet owner has to deal with is the loss of a beloved pet. When we get a pet, whether from a rescue shelter or from a reputable breeder, we should make a commitment to be there for the duration of its life. Nothing appalls and angers me more than the despicable people who turn old, senior dogs and cats into a shelter just because they are old. Dogs are not throw-aways like some kind of worn-out stuffed toy! Old dogs are just like old people. They suffer from arthritis and various . . . to continue, go to http://www.eclecticgrandma.com


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 9:54 am 
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Total agreement with this sentiment. This isn't even just about responsibility or duty to care for dependents, it's about your relationship with life and love itself, and it's about whether or not you are some kind of predator that exploits another until the moment you decide they've outlived their 'utility,' whatever it may be to you, perhaps even emotional gratification. This is not a good approach to living; we're all connected, all life is connected, we higher forms of it particularly, and so if you do this wrongful thing and abandon, you also harm yourself, and you are never going to be able to go back and undo this thing you have done. Think long and hard about the commitments you make and make them with unwavering integrity or not at all.


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so true!


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