I'm sure dey vere Brattwurst, or Knackwurst.... Nicht Wienerwurst.
Especially If he bought puppies from low end Amish puppy mills with rubber checks, then ‘sold’ them as rescues for an adoption fee to cover his likely fictional care (vaccines, medical evaluation, etc) like a real rescue would do.Fuck me sideways! Amish dog breeders?!?!?! I am beginning to admire this guy's creativity!!!
A real rescue op wouldn't sell the animals. They'd give them away to vetted homes.like a real rescue would do.
No. Most have to charge an adoption fee of some kind to cover the care they provide, the building, outside specialists, etc. Donations don’t go far enough. Volunteer labor means a dozen volunteer chiefs each making their own policy, with nobody scraping shit.A real rescue op wouldn't sell the animals. They'd give them away to vetted homes.
Perhaps the rescue folks in your ken aren't as well off as the ones I'm familiar with.No. Most have to charge an adoption fee of some kind to cover the care they provide, the building, outside specialists, etc.
Likely not. They do good work but seldom have an endowment. Key people may put in horrendous hours for little payment but aren’t independently wealthy and do draw a salary. People get bit, sometimes badly. Chevrolet never donates a van and the retired volunteer with basic handyman skills only goes so far when the HVAC has a fried circuit board.Perhaps the rescue folks in your ken aren't as well off as the ones I'm familiar with.
"Ken" is a word you don't hear often. Are you Scottish?Perhaps the rescue folks in your ken aren't as well off as the ones I'm familiar with.
Excuse me, but FUCK YOU!The rescues are likely to get better as you head north and toward the coasts. There’s an underground railroad moving dogs from the south, where spaying is rare, to more civilized parts of the country. Shelter survival rates very significantly by location.
I do a bit of volunteering. County shelters in Tennessee and Kentucky routinely take the more adoptable dogs on death row and arrange for them to be relocated to Ohio or the northeast. They often come up with heartworm or tickborn disease, or incubating a virus. Unlike MrLeft8, most people don’t want an expensive dog. They love a dog missing an eye or having had an amputation, since somebody else payed the bill but they get to walk the dog in the park and feel like a hero. The dog gets a home.
Chill. I meant it as a compliment, that you went the extra mile when many wouldn’t.Excuse me, but FUCK YOU!
We didn't want an expensive dog. We were adopting an abandoned puppy.
If we wanted an "Expensive dog we could have bought a designer "Labradoodle" or "Goldenpoo"
This was the first, and only dog I've ever had (And I've had dogs my whole life) that didn't come from a neighbors yard, or the local pound.
Just fuck off LARK! I've had about enough of your shit.
On my mother's side, yes."Ken" is a word you don't hear often. Are you Scottish?
Santos says Sinema offered him words of encouragement. Sinema’s office says they never spoke.
Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) claimed in a television interview Thursday that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.) offered him words of encouragement shortly after he was rebuked by Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) for seeking out a prominent place on the House floor ahead of President Biden’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.
On Friday, a spokeswoman for Sinema said the episode never happened.
“I know this is *shocking* but he is lying,” Sinema spokeswoman Hannah Hurley said in an email. “Kyrsten did not speak to him.”
Appearing on Newsmax on Thursday, Santos, who has admitted to fabricating key parts of his biography and is facing multiple investigations, recounted the alleged interaction in detail.
Around the time Romney reportedly said, “You don’t belong here,” Sinema passed by him, Santos claimed.
“She said something to the effects of, ‘Hang in there, buddy,’ or something like that,” Santos said. “I said, ‘Thank you, thank you, Madam Senator.’ She was very polite, very kindhearted as I’ve learned to see her. She’s a good person, unlike Mr. Romney, who thinks he’s above it all and is an all-mighty white horse trying to talk to us down on morality.”