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A Dog’s Day

Posted on: March 27, 2012

Most people I know are very fond of their pets, and this is great to see. However, there are some beings who really take this gift of love for granted. I am speaking to those who mistreat their pets and other animals. What if  the roles were reversed? One day God decides to alter things a bit… Once you were human, now a pet and  to make things a little bit more interesting , your owner now is that same animal you mistreated once. And you remember everything ,  the cruelty you lashed out…

I had a run in with a local  last year on Glebe Point Rd who was pulling so hard on the dogs chain , I almost thought he would have broken her neck. The more he yelled and pulled , the more she refused to move. She was looking for some softness which was  quite apparent, the look in her eyes said it all !!!  And as for the owner… well I have not seen him since then…

Please love and respect all creatures big or small…The pain we dish out to anyone always comes back to harm us, in some form at some point in life.


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