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View Poll Results: Do you like Shelters for pets or no
I think shelters are good for the pets 7 31.82%
I hate Shelters for pets! 2 9.09%
I'm not sure 0 0%
Who cares! 6 27.27%
I take dogs and cats who are homeless to my house for keeps sake and to care for them 3 13.64%
Dogs and cats who are homeless I can not take care of but I would take them in if I could 1 4.55%
I would take the animals to a shelter 3 13.64%
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Old 03-16-2011, 10:36 AM   #176
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Dogs and cats have the same level of intellengence. Both are good. I detest yappy dogs, though.
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Old 03-16-2011, 04:04 PM   #177
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Dogs and cats have the same level of intellengence. Both are good. I detest yappy dogs, though.

I mistook you for Montana because of your icon. Tricky Agent C.

I think it's just dogs unconditional love that makes them better in my eyes.
Perhaps I just havn't met the right cat.
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NO. Not like that. . .

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Old 03-16-2011, 10:27 PM   #178
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I detest yappy dogs, though.
I know, right?!?

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Old 03-17-2011, 08:23 AM   #179
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I mistook you for Montana because of your icon. Tricky Agent C.

I think it's just dogs unconditional love that makes them better in my eyes.
Perhaps I just havn't met the right cat.
. . .
NO. Not like that. . .


I have a tortie cat who'd be all over you. She really likes people, men mostly.

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Someone had a dog that yapped constintly, when they came home, that dog would yip as if it was being ran over.
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Old 03-17-2011, 08:43 AM   #180
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A yappy dog is an unhappy dog.
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Old 03-01-2013, 01:15 AM   #181
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Here's a happy dog.







Looks like a bit of skirt chaser.
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Old 05-15-2014, 12:25 AM   #182
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Formerly homeless cat saves boy





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A tabby cat has been hailed a hero by her owners after saving their four-year-old son from a vicious dog attack.

Tara's bravery was captured on a home CCTV system and quickly went viral when the footage was posted on the internet.

Some viewers questioned whether she had put the title man's best friend in contention after sprinting to defend Jeremy Triantafilo from a dog much larger than herself.

The little boy was riding his bicycle in front of his family home in Bakersfield, California, when a neighbour's dog appeared to stalk him.

The animal ran up behind Jeremy and attacked him, leaving a deep leg wound, which needed 10 stitches.

Out of nowhere, Tara flew at the dog and sent it running off down the road.

She then returned to check on the injured boy.

Jeremy's mother Erica was watering a tree at the time and saw Tara fly past and launch herself at the dog.

"I remember her hitting the dog," she said.

"But seeing the video and seeing exactly what she did and chased that dog away ... seeing her turn to check on Jeremy then returning to him. She is my hero."

Her husband Roger, who posted the video on the web, added: "The police officer and I both commented on like wow, we've never seen a cat do that before."

He said Tara had been with the family for six years.

"She followed us home from the park when Erica and I were dating. I said if she follows us all the way home we can keep her," he said.

"She earned her salmon for the year - for life!"

Police said the dog would be quarantined for 10 days and then put down.

http://news.sky.com/story/1261856/fa...ous-dog-attack
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