Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Dlist, Apr 2, 2016.
Chunk is alarmingly obese IMO. How can a "cat expert" let their animal get this fat???
Beth only adopts special needs animals. Charlie Chunk's "special needs" are gravy and mayo.
The able-bodied ones escaped beth's version of Shawshank when they had the opportunity.
I didn't know Beth's pussy was so fat.
They need to cut back Charlie's portions and get him on the mint leaf and almond diet.
Great maternal instincts for Beth - she calls herself a 'mom' to these cats and then mocks them for being obese after she overfeeds them. Good thing she has no human children.
I'm going to find some things I'm shitty at and call myself an "expert" too.
Apparently, that cat eats all the food that Howard throws out every day
It's like celebrities adopting African children, there's more attention in it.
Oh yeah, this is gonna end well.
Beth's IG followers often mention how alarmed they are that Chunk is morbidly obese and unhealthy. Beth never responds - instead of stopping him from eating food that belongs to other cats she posts photos and jokes about it. When he dies of heart failure she'll make up some phony story about what caused his death instead of admitting it was her ignorance and negligence:
bethostern A little (big) morning Chunk for you 17h
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indyssosoft Letting it all hang out for us to see 5h
cdavis2488 You should put him on a diet Beth. He won't live as long with all that fat, especially around his heart 4h
willowcraft922 A fat kitty is a healthy kitty 4h
equuslvr Agree with @cdavis2488. And a fat kitty is NOT healthy nor is a fat doggie 3h
Moooose doesn't understand what fat is. Have you seen it lately? Gianormous legs.
Pets are like their owners.
...6ianca taught howard how to love, something a wife and 3 children were terrible failures at doing.
The sad thing is with all of her followers that mention the weight being a health issue she can't even claim to be ignorant about it anymore. She just doesn't really care about these animals. Or anyone but herself apparently.
Aww, my kitty had to use the water treadmill. She lost the use of one leg after surviving a saddle thrombosis and we were hoping she'd get the use of the leg back. Sadly she didn't. The other thing is that they don't survive very long if they survive a saddle thrombosis in the first place.
I remember this comment.
How badly must his daughters feel that a frickin' bulldog "taught him how to love"?
Yeah, that's not shopped with the giant hands.