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2-17-2012 @ 7:09PM
I didnt read that post, only this one that said his cat had an ear infection (doesnt sound life threatening) and got a shitload of help in the form of money and get well comments. People are such bleeding hearts when it comes to animals these days, but give ten shits about the welfare of actual people. Spider helps to make my case.There were two posters here, one said he mentioned his dog got cancer, and bam next day a boatload of gifts for the DOG. One little DOG. A dog that will not understand the gifts nor the meaning behind them. Someone else mentioned they had some life threatening condition, and got calls from guildmates, which is lovely, but the dog was showered with way more concern.What bugs me to no end are the people that care more about animals than people. The heartfelt letters and gifts going to one stupid animal that wont acknowledge it, could go to a person that could really use it and will acknowledge. Visiting the old folks home comes to mind back in Christmas when I went with my HS choir there. This reminded me of how sad and lonely those old folks are, and chances are they have grandkids that shower more love and attention on their FRIGGEN PETS than their own human family. So I get really cynical when I see one stupid cat or dog get cookies, balloons, get well cards, gifts, and money to pay for bills from random strangers, when that could go to an actual person that could and would acknowledge the love from strangers. Your stupid pets get enough love and attention and dont care how much you spend on gifts for them. Quit personifying animals damn it.
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