Originally Posted by Penny Hen
And it's not like she couldn't google "How to Take Care fo Baby Ducks".
Originally Posted by BantyChooks
Makes me wanna
Personally I think she just didn't care
got them for the prank, thought of them as disposable and not living creatures. You see similar things when people drop their older dogs off at the shelter or even young animals out on the streets when they no longer want them. Sickening. I even heard of one case where someone dropped off I think a German Shepherd because she was "too old" and had a tumor/bump or something that was "gross." This was actually locally I think, saw the dog on Petfinder. And it turns out that the tumor was benign, think it was on the mammary gland, and it was easily treatable. They treated it. I think they may have wanted to put her down and the vet called a GSD rescue. Then I also heard of this case with a cocker spaniel where the owner dropped her off, I think she was like 16 too, or at least 12, and THAT SAME DAY, IMMEDIATELY AFTER HE DROPPED HER OFF AT THE SAME SHELTER, asked shelter to staff to show him the available puppies...... fortunately they said no. And a friend of mine witnessed somebody literally toss a cat out their window and drive off a couple months ago. Naturally, he couldn't just leave the cat there and went and picked him up. Him and his brother and family still have him. Sweetest cat ever. I've never actually met the cat cause he unfortunately lives in another state now but just from pictures and videos he shared he's so sweet. Like seriously, even minutes after getting home after rescuing him this cat was rubbing all over his face and everything. Not scared at all. Just instantly rubbing him and loving on him. And they lay together all the time. Sweetheart. I know orange cats are supposedly friendly to begin with but this cat is like especially sweet. I think he knows that Aaron saved him and appreciates it. He named him Smash Cat aka Smash haha not exactly sure the story on it. But I am so glad Aaron was there at that exact moment and that he was able to rescue him and then decided to keep him instead of taking him to a shelter or something. And honestly looking at them together, it's like this was meant to be, like they were meant to be together. So maybe in a way those people leaving Smash to die was the best thing that ever happened to him. But anyway, it is so sad to me and sickening how people can treat animals in this way
and to me an animal is family. They stay until their time's up. And I'd never just dump them for a new puppy
clearly these animals were never family