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My Humble Opinion, July 14, 2007
by Jennifer Butler   
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Last edited: Thursday, August 02, 2007
Posted: Saturday, July 14, 2007

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Why do people isolate animals and mess with their natural families?

Do you want your dog god to isolate you and mess with your natural family? I don't. But people seem to be very ignorant about this subject.

If you have seen the children's movie, "Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus", which I have for my young daughters, you may notice that the Princess finds a wild animal and takes it in right before the bad guy shows up and claims her without her permission. From the audience's point of view, we think the wild polar bear cub wants to be friends with a human, but in reality, we know that wild animals are afraid of humans and that they only want to be with their own families.

Why is it that people think animals want to be taken from their families by us? They cannot communicate their thoughts and feelings on the matter. We could ruin their every expectation for happiness with no chance for redemption by messing with their natural state. I think the invention of pets on a wide scale level where owners have absolutely no requirements for knowledge of their needs is a cultural crime against the animal kingdom.

I blame the lawmakers, the professionals and the vets.




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Reviewed by Kwame Mutulu 7/17/2007
It's so wierd isn't it. The human ego I suppose. OUR happiness is all that matters.. in all our 'intelligence', still so selfish in deed.

Good thoughts.
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 7/14/2007
I think so. Many buy pets because they are cute as babies and then they grow. Lady J
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