Households 'buy 3.2 million pets in lockdown'
12/03/2021 | news | business | 191
Many have bought pets in response to social isolation, but there are concerns about animal welfare.
what I am most surprised at is.....how come such a beautiful woman as Marie (featured)....is single!!!! ????? Removed
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12/03/2021 11:22:28 0 2
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Oh I doubt she'd class herself as 'single' she has got Stevie for a Schnoodle.
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12/03/2021 11:24:30 2 2
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Absolutely right a very pretty girl , she looks really happy with her poodle and good for her.
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12/03/2021 14:39:25 3 2
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Can you tell that to the cat that keeps leaving me "presents" on my lawn? Not managed to get close enough yet to see if there is an address or anything on the collar so I can have words with it's owner. They may love their "little darling", but that's not the word I'd use to express my feelings for it!
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12/03/2021 14:42:11 2 1
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No they don't.
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12/03/2021 15:17:26 5 2
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I wonder what the impact on wildlife is (particularly for birds). Two million more cats and dogs must cause cause the death of millions more birds and small mammals each year.
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The SNP like their pet Greens. But, now they've turned the tables and want to keep their owners indoors after 6pm. Removed
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13/03/2021 09:27:39 9 2
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Yes, this is a big problem. So many dog owners let their hound off the lead at the first opportunity and more often than not they have little or no recall. The dog runs amok and jumps all over you. This really frightens my young daughter & it’s plain wrong. Usually the dim owner says something like “he won’t hurt you” as if that’s the point. It only illustrates their stupidity and thoughtlessness