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(Yahoo)   Cats now cleared to get organ transplants   (story.news.yahoo.com) divider line 56
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2003-03-01 05:26:58 PM  
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I hope this dosn't actually happen.
 
2003-03-01 05:43:50 PM  
If a normal cat has 9 lives, How many lives would a two headed cat have? (9 or 18)!!!!
 
2003-03-01 06:01:47 PM  
I spent $100 getting my dog spayed, and I get shots, but anything much more than that, she's history. I look at it as being able to give another dog a good home. It's not like there's a shortage of pets.
 
2003-03-01 06:22:13 PM  
How can you say that it's better to buy another cat? A cat isn't just something you can replace.

How about, the next time a human needs a transplant, you just let them die, and adopt a kid. It's cheaper, so why not? Would you agree with that?

...didn't think so...
 
2003-03-01 07:45:19 PM  
Mikeydude750, when a human needs a transplant, they can usually understand what's happening and why they're feeling pain. An animal can't understand that operations, post-op pain, post-op visits etc are for a reason. Add in the fact that most pet animals have much shorter lifespans than humans, and the fact that there are a lot of healthy cats and dogs being euthanized.
 
2003-03-02 04:00:50 PM  
Anyone stupid enuf to do this deserves the ASININE tag
 
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