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Why should people care what others do? Like Biden's choice of puppy???

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jonnythan On August 02, 2014
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#2New Post! Apr 10, 2009 @ 22:44:16
No one said you should care.
rubylights On April 24, 2019




Miami, Florida
#3New Post! Apr 10, 2009 @ 23:03:14
@jonnythan Said

No one said you should care.



Well, PETA cares, apparently and they care a lot. They've actually accused people who buy puppies from breeders of murdering dogs that live in the pound. They think everyone should adopt puppies instead of buying them. Their logic is that for every puppy someone buys, one gets put down at a pound somewhere...

But seriously I agree with the OP. I don't know why anyone should care about what people do in the privacy of their own homes. If they choose to buy a puppy, that's their business.
cGobla On March 15, 2018




Polcenigo, Italy
#4New Post! Apr 10, 2009 @ 23:29:24
its not registered breeders problems that there is a overpopulation it is the puppy mills and home breeders that are creating a problem.
sunandsurf13 On June 29, 2009

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#5New Post! Apr 10, 2009 @ 23:38:17
She was an easy target really, for people with their own agenda.
Rubylights is right, PETA have a huge axe to grind on this issue but it is 'puppy-pounds' that really get their knickers in a twist, mass breeding of puppies to sell to pet stores. Most private dog breeders treat their animals extremely well.
Death threats? Crazy.....
jonnythan On August 02, 2014
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#6New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 02:02:15
@rubylights Said

Well, PETA cares, apparently and they care a lot. They've actually accused people who buy puppies from breeders of murdering dogs that live in the pound. They think everyone should adopt puppies instead of buying them. Their logic is that for every puppy someone buys, one gets put down at a pound somewhere...

But seriously I agree with the OP. I don't know why anyone should care about what people do in the privacy of their own homes. If they choose to buy a puppy, that's their business.


Who cares what PETA thinks? They're little more than a domestic terrorism organization. They should be ignored completely, full stop.
sunandsurf13 On June 29, 2009

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#7New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 03:06:23
@jonnythan Said

Who cares what PETA thinks? They're little more than a domestic terrorism organization. They should be ignored completely, full stop.



PETA do a lot of good; awareness of the importance for us to treat animals humanely is not a bad thing. The problem is that they so often get their facts wrong & justify it in the name of animal rights.

I've lost count of how many times PETA have falsely accused organisations of testing their products on animals. A lot of people listen to what PETA say & that's unfortunate. Yes, animals have rights, but organisations also have a legal right not to be slandered & lose profits as a result.

It's astonishing what PETA get away with actually.
rubylights On April 24, 2019




Miami, Florida
#8New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 03:15:12
@jonnythan Said

Who cares what PETA thinks? They're little more than a domestic terrorism organization. They should be ignored completely, full stop.



I agree. I think thats the point the OP was trying to make too. They shouldnt have a say in what ppl do or what puppies they can bring home or whatever. its no one's business.
bizgrad On April 04, 2010




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#9New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 12:03:24
It's true we need rules and laws, as sad as it is, for people not to abuse animals. However, PETA has truly overstepped their boundaries. They put that dog breeder through living hell by dragging her through the mud publicly and legally plus the added death threats was just absurd. That was precious time they stole from that women in my opinion.

I wonder if PETA could have been sued in Civil Court for her attorney fees and damages.
Dawn_Key On January 07, 2010

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#10New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 12:17:21
@bizgrad Said

It's true we need rules and laws, as sad as it is, for people not to abuse animals. However, PETA has truly overstepped their boundaries. They put that dog breeder through living hell by dragging her through the mud publicly and legally plus the added death threats was just absurd. That was precious time they stole from that women in my opinion.

I wonder if PETA could have been sued in Civil Court for her attorney fees and damages.


Nope , but the State that was responsible for sending the Dog Wardens round should have been, in the light of ALL the citatins being dropped.
Probably employed Lawyers that were PETAheads in their personals lives for them NOT to have brought that particular issue to task judiciously
Skypie On May 04, 2009

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#11New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 13:04:32
i've just got about 1/2 way through. Buy one get one killed!! LMAO!
bizgrad On April 04, 2010




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#12New Post! Apr 11, 2009 @ 22:16:02
I'm telling you-truly ridiculous.
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