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Who else here would risk their OWN life in order to save their family pet (s)(dog, cat, horse, etc.)..

 
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Me without question.
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With the people who do it - or would do it - there's no "risk" because they don't think of the risk. They don't make a cognitive evaluation of the risk. They just "do it". They just react. I think subconsciously there is an awareness of risk, but it stays below the surface.
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^^^this^^^
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Do you feel this way because your pet can't be considered a tax write off, so "fuck 'em"?

Just wondering what the mentality is of a person who could leave behind a being who'd -- without a second thought -- save you from any danger presented.
 Quoting: JackedVegan


LOL, no, I just don't see pets as people...because it's not right morally to consider them on the same level, and in many cases people put them higher than people.
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You'd save a "muzzie from Iran" before your own puppy in a burning building?
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Yes
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Do you feel this way because your pet can't be considered a tax write off, so "fuck 'em"?

Just wondering what the mentality is of a person who could leave behind a being who'd -- without a second thought -- save you from any danger presented.
 Quoting: JackedVegan


LOL, no, I just don't see pets as people...because it's not right morally to consider them on the same level, and in many cases people put them higher than people.
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You'd save a "muzzie from Iran" before your own puppy in a burning building?
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Yes
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ohyeah hahaha - I bet you would have to think twice about though Brief...
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^^^this^^^
 Quoting: BRIEF


Do you feel this way because your pet can't be considered a tax write off, so "fuck 'em"?

Just wondering what the mentality is of a person who could leave behind a being who'd -- without a second thought -- save you from any danger presented.
 Quoting: JackedVegan


LOL, no, I just don't see pets as people...because it's not right morally to consider them on the same level, and in many cases people put them higher than people.
 Quoting: BRIEF


You'd save a "muzzie from Iran" before your own puppy in a burning building?
 Quoting: JackedVegan


Never. The puppy would always come first. A puppy is loyal, will become a protector, and will willingly fight to protect you. A "muzzie" only wants me dead!
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I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that my dog would walk through hell and back to save me. She showers our family with uncondtional love. She's happy to see us whether we've been gone on a vacation, or we haven't been the best parents, and have been too busy to play with her. She always forgives, always listens, and won't leave our side when we're sick or hurt. I would most definitely risk my life to save her!
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you." - Matthew 22: 37-39

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I would for any of my 7 dogs and 8 cats.
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Some or a lot of situations you act before you think about what could happen.. Never thought about it much.. but several years ago when a pit bull dog was attacking my little dog and eating her insides.. I grab the first thing I saw a broom and ran out there knocking the pit bull over it's back with the broom handle.. The dog retreated.. went off then stood there looking back at me.. I was cussing, thrashing and carrying on like a wild person. Never entered my mind about what could have happened if the pit bull had turned on me....
So in a wonderful normally world i would say NO/ I would not risk my life.. but already proved that not to be the case..
You do what you have to do, not much thought involved when it comes down to taking care of your loved ones, pets, family, even your home. My little dog lived several years after that.. So it was worth it, And do it again if I had to, I guess..
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..if confronted with that decision in an imminent crisis or catastrophe? (extreme weather, fire, house about to collapse, etc.).

Whether it's a logical decision or not, I just couldn't see myself allowing my true "best friends" to suffer and die without sacrificing everything I could to save them.

...I know for a fact, they'd do the same for me.

you?
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If sacrificing you life would save them, they you would not be around after that to help them. Put on the thinkers folks.
The actual Lord's Prayer Given by Jesus 2000 years ago.

"MY SPIRIT, YOU ARE OMNIPOTENT. YOUR NAME IS HOLY. MAY YOUR REALM BE INCARNATE IN ME. MAY YOUR POWER REVEAL ITSELF WITHIN ME, ON EARTH AND IN THE HEAVEN. GIVE ME TODAY MY DAILY BREAD, AND THUS, LET ME RECOGNIZE MY TRANSGRESSIONS AND ERRORS, AND I SHALL RECOGNIZE THE TRUTH. AND DO NOT LEAD ME INTO TEMPTATION AND CONFUSION, BUT DELIVER ME FROM ERROR. FOR YOURS IS THE REALM WITHIN ME AND THE POWER AND THE KNOWLEDGE FOREVER,
AMEN.

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11/13/2012 11:34 AM
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Re: Who else here would risk their OWN life in order to save their family pet (s)(dog, cat, horse, etc.)..
it's not that simple.
i've never had much of a life.

so for me it's a no brainer. if it comes to my family or me, i would save their life and give up mine, but that is only coz i never had anything to live for.

people who have something to live for, think differently, it's not heroic on my part, it's just logical.
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11/13/2012 11:37 AM
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i make my pets rescue me and put htiee life in danger

and i dont even say thanks

i say like, here, and give them like toast crust

and i am a daredevil too

so far i have had 578 dogs, 345 cats, and 74 trained falcons most of which died trying to go down the volcano with me on my volcano adventure

my pets like me tho
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aw pets, hmmm. well i wldn't take a bullit for my cat or my dog, but i wld do my best to take care of them in every way.

i had a dog a and a cat die on me,a nd it was extremely painful, but i do not consider animals to be on the same level as people.

i am kind to animals, i tried to save a special kitten or two, by adopting them or finding a home for them, but pets are pets and not family, nope.
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Do you feel this way because your pet can't be considered a tax write off, so "fuck 'em"?

Just wondering what the mentality is of a person who could leave behind a being who'd -- without a second thought -- save you from any danger presented.
 Quoting: JackedVegan


LOL, no, I just don't see pets as people...because it's not right morally to consider them on the same level, and in many cases people put them higher than people.
 Quoting: BRIEF


You'd save a "muzzie from Iran" before your own puppy in a burning building?
 Quoting: JackedVegan


Yes
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yeah sure, we all believe that...

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