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    Lock your 7 year old in a dog cage - 1 year in prison

    WTF?? 1 year?!







    So sad. I was just watching this and just thought to myself that I never even put my kitten in a cage, ever. When I was buying a cat carrier for him, I just felt so awful looking at the plastic carriers. I could imagine him being terrified in there as we moved him around and not being able to get a solid grip on the floor of the carrier. I bought him a really big cloth carrier and I could never imagine putting him in a wired cage, ever. He has his own little sofa, he curls up in our bed sometimes, etc. And this is a kitten. Not a child. But I feel like I'm responsible for him from the minute I adopted him once his mother passed away.

    How parents could put their kid in a wired cage in a pitch black basement is just shocking to me. And the fact that the judge sentenced them to only 1 year in jail just blows my mind. WHAT THE HELL is wrong with people? And why the FUCK are these people even allowed to reproduce? It's so fucking unbelievable that you need a licence to drive but not one to have a child.

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    Re: Lock your 7 year old in a dog cage - 1 year in prison

    man, to tell you the truth, i've heard so much tragedies and horror stories that i've been desensitized for years. it's fucked up but it's nothing new. guess it's a part of human nature. there's always going to be good things and horrible things.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Lock your 7 year old in a dog cage - 1 year in prison

    ive long believed that you should be licensed to have children or be forced to be licensed once you have children.


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    Re: Lock your 7 year old in a dog cage - 1 year in prison

    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post

    So sad. I was just watching this and just thought to myself that I never even put my kitten in a cage, ever. When I was buying a cat carrier for him, I just felt so awful looking at the plastic carriers. I could imagine him being terrified in there as we moved him around and not being able to get a solid grip on the floor of the carrier. I bought him a really big cloth carrier and I could never imagine putting him in a wired cage, ever. He has his own little sofa, he curls up in our bed sometimes, etc. And this is a kitten. Not a child. But I feel like I'm responsible for him from the minute I adopted him once his mother passed away.
    Sometimes it is necessary to put a cat in a carrier. To go to the vet, for example.
    While my cat doesn't like it he tolerates it. I find that spraying pheromone in the carrier will quieten him down and make it far less stressful for him.

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    Re: Lock your 7 year old in a dog cage - 1 year in prison

    Quote Originally Posted by LeicsDom View Post
    Sometimes it is necessary to put a cat in a carrier. To go to the vet, for example.
    While my cat doesn't like it he tolerates it. I find that spraying pheromone in the carrier will quieten him down and make it far less stressful for him.
    "I bought him a really big cloth carrier"

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