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why is dumping an unwanted pet at a high kill shelter acceptable by law, but killing it yourself isn't?

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Answer #1 | 08/02 2014 12:38
I can do it quick and painless with a six-shooter and a can of beer.
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Answer #2 | 08/02 2014 07:57
Pet shelters help find homes for all animals,,,,people dont realized how many cats and dogs are home less every year outside,,,,there is nothing like a dog or a cat to bond too,,,,,animals have feeling to,,,,
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Answer #3 | 08/02 2014 06:51
Because most people botch the job terribly is why.
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Answer #4 | 15/02 2014 20:07
First off its not necessarily death by dropping them off at a 'high' kill shelter. There is a chance for adoption. Not that I approve of 'dumping' a pet because in my opinion when you adopt a pet, you take full responsibility for their life. Don't adopt unless you are willing to treat them as part of your family. So that aside, if you 'kill' your pet, you are a low life piece of rhymes with the word ship. People need to realize pets aren't something you can buy and get rid of on a 'whim'. Enough said....
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