Grimes County resident returns home to find pets safe
It was a sign of the day's joy: A woman who had all but given up hope that her home and beloved pets had survived the Dyer Mill Fire found out they were all OK.
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#1 Jun 23, 2011
So... she left her pets to die? did she even try to save them? House wasn't on fire... She could have grabbed her pets and ran, but she was so concerned with her own welfare that there was no compassion for her animals? The house wasnt on fire... If the house wasnt on fire then she had plenty of time to get her animals to safety. Glad i dont know her, she prolly would have left a human to die too, You can tell alot about a person from how they treat there pets. Pets are innocent. Without sin or any evil intension. and she left them to die.
#2 Jun 23, 2011
Did you read the full story Sprot? Don't be so quick to judge. You don't know the circumstances that led her to leave her animals behind.
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