> Do I ever hate sharing the planet with dogs. But I don't mind cats...
> someone I live with even owns a cat. But if you hate cats, that's
> fine by me... we'll try to keep the one at our house under control and
> out of your face.
> their dogs for human beings, I hate the way their owners let them shit
> in the middle of the street, I hate being disturbed because Fido is
> barking because he has a dipshit owner who insists on going to work
> rather than staying home and looking after the animal (hint... if you
> do not earn enough money to own a property big enough for your dog to
> get exercise and not go bug*** bored, if you do not own enough money
> to get someone to look after your dog whilst you work, then you are
> not rich enough to own a dog that big... and your ***erish ego needs
> for a monster animal are causing suffering to everyone involved)
eight hours a day (he goes home at lunch and lets the dog out to pee).
I told him that it was cruel to do such a thing, but he said that
when he left the dog chained in the yard he barked so much that the
neighbors complained. I think it's better not to have a dog at all
rather than own one and mistreat it.
> most of all I hate unleashed dogs in public places. Yuck, unleashed
> dogs... if they aren't trying to kill cats, then they are loping up to
> me and trying to*** me. urrgh. If a human did that it would be
> seen as ***, but you tell some of those dogophiles that their dog
> should be frigging locked up for slobbering and they get all offended,
> telling you he was just trying to be friendly. I don't give a shit
> what he was trying to be, he was succeding in being a germladen
> assualt to my wellbeing and his piece of shit owner deserves a big
> ***ing fine.
called animal control?
> attempt to justify themselves. Shouldn't you be out throwing a stick
> for Spot so he isn't a barking PITA to all your neighbours?