10 Year Member!
- Aug 24, 2007
- Location (City and/or State)
- Staten Island, New York
ascott said:If I go someplace...any place...and I see a sick, deformed, animal who is in pain and tortured every day of their life, and I see the suffering in their eyes, pleading for help, I do something about it, anyway I can. I just don't walk away and try to forget that face. So, my "idiotic approach" to saving an animal might not be the same as yours, but it doesn't make it the wrong way to do things. And please don't tell me about the "law". If the law allows these things to happen, then maybe it should be broken. Let's try to remember that everyone who doesn't agree with you, isn't ignorant.
If the ban is passed I wonder how many of us will still own, sell, breed, and rescue reptiles.
Perfectly expressed Terry-- I am and will always be on that train right with you....
I will be the one waiving the "Im a feeling, loving and compassionate idiot, jump on board with the rest of the villagers from Crazytown" flag...
I learned along time ago--there are some rules and laws made just to be overthrown...always.
Especially coming from you, Angela, that means so much to me.