Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Harry Gibbs, Feb 18, 2012.
I thought tonight that it would be sad to find out mine was depressed and sad its whole life.
You been eating the shrooms, champ?
i been smoking weed an i shared a bottle a red with my girl. just hanging out with my pal here an thought aboot how sad it would be if the whole time i thought i was giving him a great life, he was miserable and was just waiting to die.
My dog is within arms reach. She's old, healthy and happy.
She actually comes up to me and gives me hugs around my neck.
She gets bummed out when she sees me putting shoes on because she knows I'm probably leaving the house.
I think she's happy with the people who found her in that parking lot back in 2001.
+reps for that shit.
If taken care of. I think most pets have it a lot easier than people do.
The only thing they might have to worry about is pooping on the floor or reaching a flee to scratch.
Wahhhhhhhhhh , last time I brought up my doggy. I was responded with , your dog is going to die.
She is 12, healthy as a one yr old. So to the bully who said she would die........
Stuff it up your poop hole.
why would someone say that?
Animals don't have feelings like people do.
all your dogs are going to die.
I have a cat named Ralph. Hes like 15. Still cute, and nice as fuck. Never bites, and is super social. Almost to the point where it is annoying. The cat is happy.
Ralph sounds awesome! I already adore him.
That puppy would not be so sad if his owner had not given him a nose ring.
They have a damn good life, nothin to be sad about.
I have two cats. They couldnt be happier
I clean up his shit.
What about my feelings?
If you spend quality time with your animals, they will be happy. I have one budgie, one chinchilla and six ferrets. All get plenty of love and all are happy.
If you get a dog and leave him outside of the day in a leash.... not sure he's gonna be happy.
6 Ferrets, used have 2 and thought that was a handful.
Dogs can't feel sad. If you think your dog is sad or happy you are projecting your human emotion onto your dog.