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    Sorry the chick did not make it and sorry you seem to be getting a lecture

    I think we all need to remember that everything is beautifully clear in 20/20 hindsight, but when we are in shock or scared we don't always make the best choices - we are human and are not perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada View Post
    Fair enough you don't want to spend the money on a chicken you intend on eating, but if that's the case then you should have mustered up the strength to put it out of its misery in the first place, or found someone else who could, and if you can't manage either of those perhaps reconsider keeping animals. Whether keeping animals for food or pets they all deserve the absolute best quality of life while they are alive, and to be treated with respect and as much humanity as possible at the end of their lives.
    I agree 100% if you weren't going to pay $65 to help it then put it our of it's misery!!! Don't have animals if your not prepared to look after then humanly.

    Oh and YES I would have paid to take it to the vet.

    Hope your DD is okay now. Such a hard thing for a child to go though.

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