Jun 26, 2008
Sure makes me miss the good ole days of public hangings. (Dec 9, 2008 | post #27)
Don't worry SRH i'm sure miss mama has several things to complain about...most of which have nothing to do w/ her at all. :) (Dec 9, 2008 | post #26)
Nope not 12, but even at 12 I could spot an obnoxious, know it all, smart **** . Just a gift I guess. Have a super, duper day! (Dec 9, 2008 | post #25)
I personally think the importance of the human depends on the human. For some "humans" the importance of a worm outweighs their own...in a BIG way. (Dec 8, 2008 | post #6)
The homes are not stacked on top of eachother like in a typical neighborhood, that is what I mean, but thanks for being such an obnoxious, smart **** w/ your reply. You must have alot of friends. (Dec 4, 2008 | post #19)
I understand where you're coming from completely. I have trapped animals (humanely) and released them before. I just hate seeing the animals pay the price for irresponsible people. It pizzes me off big time. I have 2 cats and 2 dogs, all are fixed, tagged and kept on my property at all times. I also work w/ rescue animals and see some really horrid things that have been done by people. I know there's a feral cat problem here and everywhere in the US because people won't take care of their animals. I wish a solution could be found that didn't involve euthanizing the cats, but I know that would cost alot and no one will okay that. Take care. (Dec 2, 2008 | post #796)
You just don't mess w/ a man's truck. Geeesh. (Dec 2, 2008 | post #13)
I don't consider treating a cat in a humane way as extreme, but maybe it's just my upbringing. As far as wishing harm on people that harm animals HECK YEAH I do!!!!! I wish the same on people that harm children. They are innocent and should be protected!!! I have no doubt that Pat Brown will see the same compassion that she showed these animals in this life or the next. As will all of us. (Dec 2, 2008 | post #754)
I've been out there before and don't recall it being the middle of a neighborhood, but quite a ways out in the country. I think it would be cool to live close to her place. You'd get to hear the wolves and all the different animals. I feel sorry for any wild animal that has to live in confinement, but I think she does a good job w/ what she has. Most of hers are from places that couldn't keep them and she stepped in to help. I've met her and she seems to care alot about the animals and the volunteers. (Dec 2, 2008 | post #15)
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