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Message Subject Over 7 million homeless pets a year, and we still BUY pets?!
Poster Handle Shamar
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oh yeah, that has everything to do with the OP.....scratching
 Quoting: Shamar

Are you really that stupid? You can't be. There are too many fucking pet type animals. You animal loving freaks have caused this problem. Solve the problem and save starving people. Put the adoptable "pets" into the food market.

George is talking about asshats just like you. That was the relevance. Dumbass.
 Quoting: Chip
you should stop your tongue from interfering with the workings of your brain.

Solve the problem by stopping people from breeding ... spay, neuter.... EDUCATE. DOn't buy from pet stores aka puppy mills, they only perpetuate the problem. Animals don't belong in cages -- dont buy rabbits, guinea pigs, etc etc .... StOP THE MARKET.

The starving people that exist in our world and our country, could be well fed if it wasn't for stupid elite ptb......it's the world governments that perpetuate starvation, not people who care about animals.

 Quoting: Shamar

It's too late for that. And besides, when in this world has an initiative like the one you propose actually worked? Never? Bleh...euthanize all of the unwanted furry "cute" little (and big) creatures. Use them as a resource of some type. When people abandon dogs, cats, snakes etc...utilize that resource!!!! We're putting money out "saving" them. Big waste IMO.
 Quoting: Chip

the problem with YOUR solution is you are only extending the current market if not creating a new one.......this will only result in more animals being produced to feed "the starving." hah, like they will EVER see this food!. Nope, your solution is not only heartless, but it wouldn't work for the purposes you would like to think.
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