Re: Low life
- From: "maxwell" <mmmaxwell@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 11:25:52 -0500
"agudbuk" wrote ...
The only solution that comes to mind is not to let dogs off your
property unless thay are with you on a lead . That way you can stop them
going near any bait around your neighbours property and have control over
the areas where they defecate (Use of a pooper scooper would be a good
idea to keep the area clean and free of nasty things like intestinal
My sister-in-law's dog was recently poisoned *within* the walls of the
I don't understand why an animal poisoner would either be rational or
respect property lines.
"gordon" <gordononline@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I have two lovely dogs too and I can sympathise with you about how much
you will miss them and your sadness in seeng their suffering.
But before you form an opinion as to who is responsible, maybe think that
someone else could have set this up to make you have conflict with your
neighbour. Sometimes the obvious culprit is not the real one.
Take it easy - and try to remain jai yen.
"Galoubet" <galoubet@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Early this morning my two Thai dogs were poisoned. They died in
unbelievable agony, foaming, defecating and wracked with spasms. I
buried them together in my garden.
They were playful dogs and never hurt, attacked or threatened anybody.
I let them out into the street this morning in our "village" to play
on a piece of scrubland in front of my house. The run round and round
together. Always happy. The poisoned pork was left on the sidewalk
outside my neighbour's house. He's a pork butcher. He's boasted about
poisoning dogs before.
What kind of low life does something like that? I loved my dogs. They
were my friends. They were my family.
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- Re: Low life
- From: agudbuk
- Re: Low life