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A day in the life of Miles Louk

People just don't want to understand that we have feelings- too.

March 2nd 2012 4:26 am
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I personally prefer to play with my dawg friends but I dwon't ever want to see something bad happen to any animal. I fweel horrible when I hear that my fellow animal is starving or abused. Humom gets mad and she gets busy on that dwarned compweter. Here in Virginia, the laws in Henrico are trwing to pass a law that you cannot put a bowl of food out for a hungry cat. What I want to know is why not? What is the harm in helping a hungry animal feed his belly? Humom says she pays the cost to be the boss in her home and she dares someone to tell her she can't put a bowl or two out for any hungwry animals. Heck, I got a new brother, last year, Roger Rwabbit cause humom seen him hopping in the yard and got to him befwore I did. So I guess he is not so bad...I don't bother him anymore, don't want humom to holler at me. Well I have to go humom is going to work.


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Barked by: ♥Rain (Dogster Member)

March 4th 2012 at 12:24 am

Oh Miles, I so agree with you! Our mom is the same way & gets so mad when someone is abusing, starving or mistreating an animal in anyway, she says it makes her blood boil. As for someone telling her she couldn't feed a hungry cat or any animal I don't think that would go over to well. I sure hope they don't get that law passed for the sake of the kitty's. But I have a feeling any animal on your property never has to worry with a great mom like yours, just ask Roger Rwabbit!
Barked by: Miles (Dogster Member)

November 17th 2012 at 1:00 pm

Thwank you for a very nice reponse.

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