poot42: frepnog: but don't get so attached that losing one is akin to losing a kid or parent.Just checked your profile. (A good one, BTW!)I see you are still relatively young, or young at heart, which is good.Over my lifetime, I have lost (in no particular order) dogs, cats, a sister, a mother, later a father (of sorts), a girlfriend, a wife, and a turtle to death. Some expected, some not.In retrospect, over the years, I have to say that the losses were for me each as equally devastating as the next.Except for the turtle. I never really grew attached to him.
freetomato: They could get a shelter dog or 7 with the $1400 bucks and their kids would fall in love with the dog(s) in short order.As for the ex-girlfriend - BURN THE WITCH!
frepnog: umad: I love the dollars in your bank account. This is the perfect opportunity for you to grow as a person and do something that is good for me. Now pay up.well, that's just farking stupid.
xtech: its shiat like this that makes me glad that there is almost no way for people to track me down if i got involved in shiat like this.id troll the shiat out of the stalkers for shiats and grins./yeah, security on the web is kind of what i do//no, there are no footprints of me on google///im that careful :)
mschwenk: Wrong. In civil it is more difficult to prove without a police report.
kronicfeld: They were bona fido purchasers for value. Unless they knew the dog was not the girl's at the time of purchase, it was likely theirs to keep.
skeevy420: the other was an overheard phone call about taking a dog to the shelter, said nope, bring her here, my other dog needs a better friend than a cat, 7 years ago.
Theaetetus: However, after Mr Gabbert's plight elicited a social media campaign and news stories, the family changed course.'I think the people that bought the dog and read the stories had started receiving hang-up phone calls, late night drive-bys, and emailed death threats, including particularly gruesome ones about their children. God bless the Internet,' Mr Gabbert's father Robert Sr told MailOnline.
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