I stand with you on that one NFB..Whoever tossed that little guy should be thrown in a dumpster and left to rot..,,The way I am I would end up keeping the little fella..I have a couple of frequent visitors here who stop by for breakfast every morning,,so I keep cat food on hand
3 1/2 years ago our little Jack, a Jack Russel, passed away, much debate about getting a new dog my son wanted a German Shepherd but we said no as we would be the ones left looking after it, so a few months later a little bundle of fur arrived in the garden, the lad in the first two pics is the same person, my youngest grandson. 2 years later from the pic the cat is still here and my almost constant companion. The pic of the lad with Jack was taken a few days before Jack passed away, he was deaf and blind and at a little over 17 years old.
I really don't know how someone can put a cat or a dog in a dumpster or in a bag and throw it in the river.
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Chlanna nan con thigibh a so's gheibh sibh feoil Sons of the hound come here and get flesh Clan Cameron
The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt. Bertrand Russell, 1872 - 1970. Indeed the safest road to Hell is the gradual one - the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. C.S. Lewis, 1898 - 1963.
I'm not one full of beliefs, but I do believe that such a heartless person likely lives a miserable existence and is already dead inside.
The rusty wire that holds the cork that keeps the anger in Gives way and suddenly it’s day again The sun is in the east Even though the day is done Two suns in the sunset, hmph Could be the human race is run