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08-11-2013 11:10 #61
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08-11-2013 11:12 #62Senior Member
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I suspect the shooting comment was said in a time of extreme emotion/anger at the fact her kitten was killed and she is understandably upset. I'm glad she's had time to think it through and contact places before doing anything drastic. I think the ranger is the best option because the kids sound devastated at the kitten being gone, I suspect having their dog shot on top of that would have made the situation much, much worse. This way they can be told he's gone to a new house where he can't hurt anyone but he's OK and cared for.
I hope you're ok OP
08-11-2013 11:13 #63
08-11-2013 11:14 #64
It is a sad fact of life that many animals get shot on farms and in rural areas, and I actually don't think it is against RSPCA rules or illegal if you are rural.
08-11-2013 11:15 #65Member
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I think you will find shooting an animal without proper testing is classed as cruelty and is an offence.There are other options. Before having Pets become educated. If your finances are not enough don't have them. I am not being nasty but animals are family members who incur unexpected costs..
Contact Newcastle dog rescue and they can assist in finding some help in Lismore
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08-11-2013 11:18 #67
How is it so hard for people to understand circumstances change and people can struggle due to unexpected reasons?
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