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Is it right to put an animal out of its misery?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 874646:MV8xODgxNDI4XzMxNDIwMjE1X0RFOTc2OEYy] I don't believe it is people wanting to put an animal out of it's misery is the problem - it is people not wanting to suffer misery watching an animal in misery - that is the problem [/quote]
Just wondering, spiritually speaking...
There is a baby bunny we found in the back yard today with a broken neck. He cannot sit up straight and can only twirl around in fear when we come near. He cannot walk. He seems to be just laying there panting now. He is breathing very fast and his eyes seem to be rolling back into his head.
Should we put him out of his misery? He seems to be in a lot of pain.
If yes, how should we do it? We don't have any guns here
EDIT EDIT EDIT EDIT
as I said a few posts below, found out he has "head tilt", which is easily curable. so no killing necessary :)
been feeding him with a dropper, calmed down, and he is comfortable with the makeshift den we have constructed for him until I can get him to a vet after memorial day so he can be treated
and would I spend a little money for bunny antibiotics to save and enrich the life of a wild bunny? fuck yes I would.
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