Animal passing away

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#51 Posted by kalparun (134 posts) -
This is just "I DON'T CARE IF PEOPLE DIE, I'M EDGY AS **** RIGHT GUISE" in disguise.
#52 Posted by TAMKFan (32751 posts) -

I remember pretty sad when my old cat died four years ago. I really wish we still had him around.

#53 Posted by themajormayor (25837 posts) -

Holy $hit! I didn't even read the first post.............

Yeah, there's a helluva lot of things sadder than that..................

Chow_Mein_Kampf
Not really
#54 Posted by shadowkiller11 (7956 posts) -
You should watch documentaries on cancer, illness patients, the Syria and Sri Lanka Civil war etc. Losing animals is sad yes but there is much more sadder things out there.
#55 Posted by nunovlopes (2607 posts) -

people who think animal lives loss are worse than humans don't belong in the gene pool, etc

http://ww.reddit.com/r/petloss

JigglyWiggly_

Most people don't care about random people that die. But most people will care if their pets die. I find this quite normal.

#56 Posted by nunovlopes (2607 posts) -

And nothing of value was lost as that animal was turned into an 8 piece at popeyes/KFC with a side of fries and 2 liter beverage. Oh uh, cry cry and stuff the animals.PresidentKing

While I obviously value human life far more than animal life, I find this type of arrogant attitude disgusting. Animals deserve respect. Just because we're at the top of the food chain it doesn't mean we have the right to treat animals like dirt.

I honestly believe that centuries from now people will look at us and say "look how barbaric people were in the early 2000s, how they treated animals and the fact they actually had to kill animals for food. LOL how primitive", kinda of like what we think about common practices from 500 years ago.

#57 Posted by mrbojangles25 (31998 posts) -

yeah its pretty sad, but its important at the same time. If I have kids, I'm getting a pet ASAP and hopefully it will die before anyone they know (persons, I mean) does.

*hmmm that came out wrong. Hopefully you guys will understand what I mean. Don't want the pet to die, but its an important lesson in life and death for young people, without the more practical repercussions that a human loss has.

#58 Posted by TonyDanzaFan (2973 posts) -

It's honestly probably the saddest thing out there.

maptheninja
Except for the death of a parent.
#59 Posted by MrGeezer (56510 posts) -
[QUOTE="mjf249"] I will say this if everybody was like a dog the world would be a much better place.

If everyone was like a dog, the streets would be covered with $***.
#60 Posted by Baconbits2004 (12600 posts) -
[QUOTE="MrGeezer"][QUOTE="mjf249"] I will say this if everybody was like a dog the world would be a much better place.

If everyone was like a dog, the streets would be covered with $***.

I thought it was just cats you didn't like...
#61 Posted by KiIIyou (27146 posts) -
[QUOTE="MrGeezer"][QUOTE="mjf249"] I will say this if everybody was like a dog the world would be a much better place.

If everyone was like a dog, the streets would be covered with $***.

Why would a dog person build a street and then not keep it clean?
#62 Posted by Suzy_Q_Kazoo (9901 posts) -

You get used to it after the second.................

Chow_Mein_Kampf
Not really.
#63 Posted by MrGeezer (56510 posts) -
[QUOTE="Baconbits2004"] I thought it was just cats you didn't like...

Huh...what? I never said I don't like cats, I just don't like homeless cats.
#64 Posted by MrGeezer (56510 posts) -
Anyway, I have nothing against dogs or cats or bot flies or scorpions. I just think it's sort of bull$*** the way people will be like, "humans suck, because it's their nature to fight and kill and stuff". Then I'll be like, "why single humans out? Dogs fight each other and lizards eat their own babies. Why do they get a pass?" And then people will say, "well that's different. That's just their nature, they can't help it." And I'm like, :roll: See...it doesn't f***ing work like that. You can't criticize one species for being slaves to their biology and then give every other species a pass for being exactly the same way. If humanity's "nature" to fight and kill is a bad thing, then it's also a bad thing every time any other species does it. And if you try to make it the exception by saying, "yeah, but humans have the ability to choose to act differently", then you've just invalidated the entire notion of "human nature" being a bad thing. Now you can't even say "humans are bad because they fight and kill", because you've just accepted that some humans choose NOT to. Which is a S***load more than we can say about the dogs and cats and lizards and spiders.