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Old 09-09-2004, 04:52 PM   #21
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Oh my gosh, that puppy is adorable!!!!!!!!!

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Old 09-09-2004, 07:45 PM   #22
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Good dog!

Too bad he didn't shoot his hand off! Or hit a bigger artery.

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three of the puppies died-they found them in a shallow grave outside the bastard's house

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i want to shoot that guy now

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Originally posted by U2Kitten

That puppy looks so smug!!! }:)~

Here's another story of a dog triumphing over death:

From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 15AUG03

Dog that beat death to represent strays
Gas chamber couldn't quell Quentin

St. Louis -- A dog that survived a trip to the gas chamber was tapped to star in a campaign to raise awareness about the millions of strays that are euthanized each year.
"His bad days are behind him for good," said Randy Grim, founder of Stray Rescue of St. Louis.
Grim became Quentin's guardian earlier this month after the 30-pound basenji mix went into a city gas chamber to be euthanized with other unwanted or unclaimed dogs -- then emerged very much alive, tail wagging.
The survival tale brought headlines, television cameras, and more than 700 offers of adoption.
"I didn't know how to pick one person out of 700," said Grim.
Quentin -- who is named for California's forbidding San Quentin State Prison -- will be the poster dog for the awareness campaign by the Mill Valley, Calif.-based group In Defense of Animals.
The group's founder, Elliot Katz, said it would donate $5,000 to begin a fund to eliminate the gas chamber as St. Louis' primary way of euthanizing stray dogs, and he said a benefit was planned tonight at his shelter to kick off the fund-raising effort.
Katz and his group advise people to call themselves pet guardians instead of owners. The group has succeeded in replacing the word "owner" with "guardian" on licenses or other offical documents in several locations, including San Francisco and Rhode Island.
"Guardians don't buy and sell animals, they adopt and rescue," Katz said.
He said there were three ways to decrease the number of homeless dogs: change the mind-set of people who adopt pets, spay or neuter animals, and identify commercial puppy mills.
About 5 million dogs are euthanized each year because homes cannot be found for them, Katz said. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates that between 5 million and 9 million companion animals are euthanized every year in the United States.

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I'm glad he survived too. I can't stand to think of all the precious cats and dogs wasted at the pounds every year. It's so wrong

I didn't know he shot 3 of the pups first asshole! Did he think the others wouldn't catch onto what was happening? It really makes me sick to know there are 'people' in this world who actually get a charge out of taking lives like that, and I hate them all. I still worry about the mother dog, because this fuck is most likely the owner for him to have had all those pups. He doesn't deserve to own her with such disregard for her and her pups' lives. If he didn't want a dog he shouldn't have gotten one. If he didn't want pups he should have gotten her fixed. I hope she gets a new home too.

for all the dogs and cats who die in sad ways every day

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If I could have one wish it would be to end animal cruelty.
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One way we can all help end animal cruelty is to get involved and report it. It is illegal and police have to respond.
Anytime I have a concern about an animal I report it and then I follow up on it to make sure the law was followed.
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If I could have one wish it would be to end animal cruelty.
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