I saved a life today!!!!!!!

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    Nov 05, 2011 4:31 AM GMT
    I don't know if you guys remember a while ago when I posted a forum on here about a pretty shitzu white dog that belongs to my neighbor. The dog was neglected, cried often, tried to escape many times and was dirty as can be due to lack of baths from the stupid neighbor. The time I posted the forum I saw the dog from my yard struggling to even walk. My heart was filled with sorrow as I saw this dog struggling. After I posted the forum I received many messages from you guys telling me that I am equally faulty as my neighbors for not doing anything about it. Honestly I just didn't want to have issues with my neighbors so I decided not to do anything.

    This week, however, I had enough of seeing this beautiful dog suffering and I finally acted on it. The back yard was very muddy and the dog was simply lying in the mud. I noticed that my neighbors weren't home so I decided to jump the fence to rescue the dog. I bathed it and afterwards let her play with my puppy for a while before I took it to the ASPCA in the hopes the she will be given a better life with loving owners. I don't even care what my shitty neighbors say or think. If they ask me if I have seen their dog i plan to just deny everything.

    The point is that I saved a life. And I also wanted to say if you are a dog owner and you neglect him/her then to hell with you!

    Sorry for having such strong convictions about this.... just had to say how I feel.


    Thanks and Gig 'Em
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    Nov 05, 2011 5:02 AM GMT
    Good job, although if any of your neighbors see this post... anywho still good job dude
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    Nov 05, 2011 5:18 AM GMT
    Awww. Reading this made my filled with happiness! I like compassionate people! I'm very proud of you. icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 05, 2011 5:33 AM GMT
    You're a good man !! *hugs*
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    Nov 05, 2011 5:36 AM GMT
    You did the right thing, don't let anyone tell you otherwise, you saved a life and may your stupid neighbor rot in hell.
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    Nov 05, 2011 5:48 AM GMT
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    You're supposed to call the ASPCA and report the situation to them and let them handle it, not trespass, steal, and lie ~for a good cause~
    What if somebody else saw you and your neighbour finds out through them?
    Did you leave tracks in the mud going to and from the fence so they know exactly who to ask first?
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:00 PM GMT
    At this point I don't care anymore. It's one thing taking it fir myself... It's another thing taking it to the ASPCA
    Plus if I would have called ASPCA they wouldn't have done crap.
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:18 PM GMT
    Anduru saidare-you-serious-rage-face-240x180.jpg

    You're supposed to call the ASPCA and report the situation to them and let them handle it, not trespass, steal, and lie ~for a good cause~
    What if somebody else saw you and your neighbour finds out through them?
    Did you leave tracks in the mud going to and from the fence so they know exactly who to ask first?

    Fuck that shit! I'd jump the fence regardless if the neighbors were home or not and save that dog. Let them call the police on me. A dog's life is more important than an arrest.
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:23 PM GMT
    good job dude. icon_smile.gif

    if that dog could talk, i'm sure he/she would be thanking u a million times over. .

    i just hope that it gets adopted and the ASPCA doesn't have to euthanize it.
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:29 PM GMT
    Lets hope the dog isnt chipped. they chip dogs young soo who knows the ASPCA would just calll the owners.. because legally they cant take the dog without a warrant
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:42 PM GMT
    Great job man icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:50 PM GMT
    exactly great job man.... the spca doesnt need to know anything but hopefully get this dog to a caring home. its about doing. you did it....
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:55 PM GMT
    I remember the thread very well... we were pretty hard on you as I recall
    because you were pretty unsure about what to do.

    Awesome that you took action, glad to hear it. I wonder if your neighbors will even notice that the poor dog is even gone. What sort of condition was he/she in? Was he or she hungry?? I'm very curious to hear what
    the organization had you do when you took the dog in. Did you have to sign papers? Did they believe your story? Were they going to contact the former owners? Would really like to hear more about the experience should others here see a dog near them that needs attention.

    Thanks for the update... and KUDOS for taking the initiative!
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    Nov 05, 2011 10:33 PM GMT
    Aggieboy saidAt this point I don't care anymore. It's one thing taking it fir myself... It's another thing taking it to the ASPCA
    Plus if I would have called ASPCA they wouldn't have done crap.
    How do you KNOW they won't do anything?
    You call them FIRST, then if they don't respond you can go ahead and do whatever needs to be done to get the animal out of danger.
    Trespassing and theft should not be your first option.
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    Nov 05, 2011 10:34 PM GMT
    bigeasydude saidFuck that shit! I'd jump the fence regardless if the neighbors were home or not and save that dog. Let them call the police on me. A dog's life is more important than an arrest.
    Have fun getting a job with that on your permanent record, dumbass.
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:06 PM GMT
    Sooner or later they'll just get another dog... that is assuming you don't get caught, given a criminal record, and the original dog returned. No good deed ever goes unpunished, as they say.
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:11 PM GMT
    bigeasydude said

    Fuck that shit! I'd jump the fence regardless if the neighbors were home or not and save that dog. Let them call the police on me. A dog's life is more important than an arrest.


    +1

    I so fucking agree with you icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:18 PM GMT
    Hope you don't get caught
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:23 PM GMT
    Aggieboy saidI don't know if you guys remember a while ago when I posted a forum on here about a pretty shitzu white dog that belongs to my neighbor. The dog was neglected, cried often, tried to escape many times and was dirty as can be due to lack of baths from the stupid neighbor. The time I posted the forum I saw the dog from my yard struggling to even walk. My heart was filled with sorrow as I saw this dog struggling. After I posted the forum I received many messages from you guys telling me that I am equally faulty as my neighbors for not doing anything about it. Honestly I just didn't want to have issues with my neighbors so I decided not to do anything.

    This week, however, I had enough of seeing this beautiful dog suffering and I finally acted on it. The back yard was very muddy and the dog was simply lying in the mud. I noticed that my neighbors weren't home so I decided to jump the fence to rescue the dog. I bathed it and afterwards let her play with my puppy for a while before I took it to the ASPCA in the hopes the she will be given a better life with loving owners. I don't even care what my shitty neighbors say or think. If they ask me if I have seen their dog i plan to just deny everything.

    The point is that I saved a life. And I also wanted to say if you are a dog owner and you neglect him/her then to hell with you!

    Sorry for having such strong convictions about this.... just had to say how I feel.


    Thanks and Gig 'Em
    dude, that was very brave of you. wow, you risked your own life to save a little dog. dude you deserve a hug and a kiss.
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:27 PM GMT
    Hypnotico said
    bigeasydude said

    Fuck that shit! I'd jump the fence regardless if the neighbors were home or not and save that dog. Let them call the police on me. A dog's life is more important than an arrest.

    +1
    I so fucking agree with you icon_razz.gif

    I wonder if this logic holds with saving innocent babies being aborted at the local clinic?
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:27 PM GMT
    tuffguyndc saiddude, that was very brave of you. wow, you risked your own life to save a little dog. dude you deserve a hug and a kiss.
    How? because he could have fallen off the fence and broken his neck? icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:30 PM GMT
    you did a good deed...i don't know if it applies in animal situations or not..but some areas have Good Samaritan laws...which basically say its a crime NOT to act .yes,we are a nation of laws..and we should follow laws,but there are times when direct action must be taken,without waiting for the authorities.for instance..if you see someone being attacked...technichally the law should handle the situation,but if you took time to call the cops,the victim could be killed.jump in ...save the victim...probably get charged with assault on the criminal...but if you stand by idly...you might be hated for not trying to save a life.
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:35 PM GMT
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    Aggieboy saidAt this point I don't care anymore. It's one thing taking it fir myself... It's another thing taking it to the ASPCA
    Plus if I would have called ASPCA they wouldn't have done crap.
    How do you KNOW they won't do anything?
    You call them FIRST, then if they don't respond you can go ahead and do whatever needs to be done to get the animal out of danger.
    Trespassing and theft should not be your first option.


    +10 Points Anduru,

    you all are getting WAY too dramatic, I ain't gon' lie hur...

    Don't applaud something like this... "I didn't want to have issues with the neighbors" Really? So, talking to them honestly about the health of their dog would cause more problems than STEALING it? Sounds like a confidence issue or something... If it affected you that much, you'd get over the fear of confrontation and talk to them FIRST, don't work, then call ASCPA, tht don't work, and THEN maybe burn their house down and right "Dog hater" in humanely euthanized-animal blood on their driveway. But ONLY as a last resort.

    Look, I agree something had to be done... but grow some balls and don't steal.


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    Nov 05, 2011 11:37 PM GMT
    Proud of babe, yeah maybe not the best way to handle it, grant it, but you got the important part right. If it helps, I stole a dog from a guy that was beating it, still have him…..maybe not legal in the strictest sense of the word, but you defiantly did the right thing ! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 05, 2011 11:38 PM GMT
    also..if your neighbors are smart...they'll keep their mouths shut.i wouldn't think that they would want to be known as the people who neglected or abused a dog.most descent people hate dog abusers.