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25-01-2012, 00:26   #16
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That was horrible to watch.
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25-01-2012, 00:27   #17
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That is sickening. Truly disgusting treatment of animals.
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25-01-2012, 00:35   #18
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Eh no you're ok think i'll go check out the Sky Sports totty thread instead.
people like you make me sick
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25-01-2012, 00:43   #19
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25-01-2012, 00:51   #20
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25-01-2012, 00:57   #21
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Whyyyyyyyyyyy

I'm in bits now.
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25-01-2012, 00:58   #22
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With those sort of numbers of dogs u would wonder what they were doing about the excess number of stray dogs for years
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25-01-2012, 01:06   #23
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Shocking stuff.

Wonder was the ISPCA one of the foreign agencies offering to help? The vast majority of dogs with them are put down anyway, but in a more humane way.

It's horrible stuff, we just do it "more humanely". Not barbarians us, just a puppy looks cute on Christmas Day.
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Ah jesus i though it was one of those videos when everyone pretended it was horrible and everyone would be afraid to watch it, but it is ****en horrible.
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25-01-2012, 01:42   #25
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I can't bring myself to watch it cos I'd just keep picturing my dog and that will be waaaaay to hard
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25-01-2012, 01:57   #26
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I always think its weird how people kick up such a fuss about animal crulty when its dogs/cats... but yet when its cows/pigs/chickens, everyone turns a blindeye & consumes them on a daily basis.

Not saying it's wrong tho, the video is hard to watch & im against all kinds. Just gets me thinking why theres a boarder.
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Shocking stuff.

Wonder was the ISPCA one of the foreign agencies offering to help? The vast majority of dogs with them are put down anyway, but in a more humane way.

It's horrible stuff, we just do it "more humanely". Not barbarians us, just a puppy looks cute on Christmas Day.
Eh what makes you think that the ispca puts down "the vast majority" of dogs that come to them?

I'm reporting that post because it's libellous. But more importantly, if people were to believe such nonsense, they'd ignore any animal they found in a distress as opposed to bringing it to their local SPCA.

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Eh what makes you think that the ispca puts down "the vast majority" of dogs that come to them?

I'm reporting that post because it's libellous. But more importantly, if people were to believe such nonsense, they'd leave any stray they found in a dangerous situation as opposed to bringing it to their local SPCA.
Because they can't keep the poor things for long, as so many more need housed and funds are at a premium. The ISPCA just isn't that popular when people want a dog, much as I'd love it to be otherwise. The ISPCA just can't home the amount of dogs coming in, not a majority anyway.

Edit: What you posted in the second paragraph, has no relation whatsover to what I posted. You've misread my post to an nnnntthhhhhhh degree. People obviously bring loads of strays to the ISPCA and many just keep the dog and look after it. But the ISPCA have limited resources, they can't keep a dog for months, with new dogs needing to be helped, many needing medical care. It's a job I couldn't do, making a decision about a dog having to go because a new one needs immediate care and there is no room at the inn.

Still, it satisfies the consumerist urge to have a cute puppy. I want a puppy and now. Just something to be discarded later on, when you get bored.
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****ing disgrace, I thought this country was bad.

These cant all be wild, are people having their dogs taken away?

Are the Ukrainian people doing anything?
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25-01-2012, 10:24   #30
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Not surprised by this there is very little value put on human life in that part of the world so killing animals would mean nothing to them
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