are you kidding me?
i dont jusge many people but yes i find getting pleasure from watching your dogs tear up another living animal is pretty damn sick and im sorry if it offends anyone but that is my opinion.
if they wanna get a gun and shoot it to take home and eat then so be it. not something i could do but i wouldnt judge them fo it... makes it even worse when i cant even walk my dogs because theirs are trained to kill.
i remember a comment this lad made to me once he laughed at bindi and said that aint a dog, my lurcher would tear it in half. im so glad i never waked bindi with him now.
im not sure if the great orme is owned by anyone.. i would think it was owned by the government or something. its not on the beach, its on the mountain by the beach you see.
i dont know what laws would be and no tabby they not using guns just the dogs. like i said i wouldnt be so angered if they had shot them coz its nice and quick.. i dont like it but i wouldnt judge them for it.. i find the chase n then being ripped to shreds incredibly evil. i remember when i was little and a friend got a new kitten. we were playing in the front yard with it ~(they never had a fencce round their yard it just led straight into the street. a man a couple of doors down came out
(he took his dogs lamping)
and said something to my friend and told her to take the cat in or hed let his dog have it. my friend told me to get her mum and their was loads of sqealing, and my friend screamed, we went out and the man was stood laughing after hed let his dog tear up her kitten right in front of her we were only about 8.
erm i dont see why the rabbits would be a nuisance up the orme. anyone whos been to llandudno would see their is nothing for them to make a nuisance of up there lol.
i love driving up the orme. turning off the headlights and watching all the rabbits, foxes, horses, goats ect that roam around up there.
my sunshine doesnt come from the sun in the skies
it comes from the love in my dogs eyes x
xx RIP Leah, riding with the angels xx
Wednesday, 28 October 2009