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Predestination? Or an irresponsible bitch who should go to jail... You decide. [Jul. 30th, 2005|04:38 pm]
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Maureen Faibish, the owner of two pit bulls that attacked and killed Faibish's 12-year-old son in June in San Francisco while he was home alone (after Faibish had ordered him to stay away from the dogs and shut him in a room), denied that she was in any way responsible for little Nicholas' death. "It (was) Nicky's time to go," she told the San Francisco Chronicle. "When you're born, you're destined to go, and this was his time." [CNN-AP, 6-12-05]

[User Picture]From: encryptedmind
2005-07-31 09:41 pm (UTC)
look german sheapherd
dominant alpha maler
child is asaulting him and his teritory = pissed off dog
we worked and trained the dogs alot
and played with them even more
like i said we each had our dogs
and we trained them and played with them...my parents did this as a hobby
so they realy didnt sell them if we had gotten attached to them
if they were sold it was pretty early...
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-07-31 11:48 pm (UTC)
Interesting hobby. I just don't know how it's possible for any family to give 27 dogs the proper ammount of attention, because I have a family, and we have a couple of cats, and I know that sometimes they even feel neglected and we give them a lot of attention. I remember not getting more dogs when we had dogs because two was so much work to take out and play, and cuddle, and walk with. I can't even fathom how any family could give 27 dogs the attention that they need. *shrug* I mean it would have to be a full time job, wouldn't it?
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[User Picture]From: encryptedmind
2005-08-01 12:56 am (UTC)
it pretty much was
some of us did more than others but we also had a big family too...
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