- This topic has 37 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated March 10, 2007 at 2:42 am by .
- March 10, 2007 at 2:42 am #251212Guest
Ok, in defense of Shannon, I think she just had a knee-jerk reaction to the
post. It sounded like “ok, I have a baby now & can’t have both”. If therewere serious reasons she should have explained. I had the same reaction as
Shannon. And yes, kids come before pets….that’s just a “duh”
comment….but kids & pets get along just fine without interference fromtheir humans! I’m sure everyone will apologize for any rude comments.
Let’s hear both sides! Kath in PA
>From: “Frances Chavez” <email@example.com>>Reply-To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
>Subject: RE: Budget101.com :please help/Senior Dog>Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 10:37:00 -0400
>Ok I don’t post much – due to being very busy lately but will join in more.>
>I just felt like this is something that I would just jump into – the fire.
>Not being rude here – but you were with some of these comments. This woman
>is trying to find a good home for her 16yo baby. You do not know all the>family situations/conditions. We had to rehome our four legged baby when
>middle daughter was born due to the fact that she was a premature infant>with breathing problems and allergies related specifically to the dog. It
>was heart breaking enough without hearing comments like this. She was
>asking>for advice not additional guilt. Not being rude but children come before
>try with a breed specific rescue, you can find them on the web. check with
>your vet and ask them for assistance. you never know. i am so sorry that>you
>are having to be put into the position to choose one over the other but
>know>that you are doing the right thing by rehoming your furbaby and not sending
>him to a kill shelter. if you need to talk i am always around.
Play Flexicon: the crossword game that feeds your brain. play now for free.
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.