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Pet Cemetery and Violence, a retrospect. [Dec. 16th, 2011|08:32 am]
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/15/dead-dog-returns-to-life_n_1151981.html?icid=maing-grid10%7Clegacy%7Cdl4%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D120590

Reta and Paul McKinlay weren't quite sure how to break the news to their grandchildren. Their 8-month-old Yorkshire Terrier-Shih Tzu mix, Scamp, had escaped from their yard in Yelm, Wash. and was hit by a car.
Assuming Scamp was dead and waiting until morning to bury the furry friend, McKinlay wrapped him in a blanket and put him under a wheelbarrow to keep animals away from his body overnight, KOMO news reports. The pair told their tearful grandchildren, Kaiden and Chevelle, that Scamp had gone to heaven.
"It was real sad to watch them crying over their dog and drawing pictures. We were trying not to cry," Reta told KOMO news.
But when Paul went to retrieve the dog the next morning for his burial, there was a surprise waiting for him.
The dog was sitting up, breathing, and very much alive.
After $3,000 of veterinarian bills from Olympia Pet Emergency, Rita McKinlay told The Olympian she felt confident enough of the dog's good health to tell her grandchildren that their puppy would live.
For Reta, the experience spoke to the meaning of Christmas:
"Christmas is about the kids. It's about miracles, it's about hope, it's about family being together. Scamp is part of our family," she told KOMO news.

And a kid slapping his own Mom on Dr. Phil. Are you kidding me? I'm sorry that he's clearly going through a rough time of it and I'm not a fan of a lot of the comments the poster made about his weight, but whoa. If Little Random did that he wouldn't see the light of day for a month, except for to go to school.

Did you ever slap your Mama?
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[User Picture]From: veronica_rich
2011-12-16 03:28 pm (UTC)
If I'd slapped my mother, I wouldn't be alive. I barely got away with informing her at a certain point that I was too old to spank, finally.
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[User Picture]From: dogmeatnyc
2011-12-17 07:46 pm (UTC)
I lived in fear of my mom even when she was in the nursing home and I was a foot taller then her and outweighed her by at least 150 lbs.

that is why if your a parent you should beat them when they are young. :)
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