Truck drivers are not the kind of people you should put on speakerphone shirt
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The headline sounds a bit harsh. You can come to the shelters and choose and adopt a new friend. The staff explains to people why they can’t take them home immediately. It’s not just because there shouldn’t be a pet under the Christmas tree. Truck drivers are not the kind of people you should put on speakerphone shirt It’s because at Christmas most people are very busy and many are literally stressed out. Looking after a new family member that might be still very confused, frightened, not house-trained etc brings additional stress. And there are always exceptions of course. It depends on the person and their situation at home. A dog for life not for Christmas we always rescue our animals we adopted them and we loved so many animals people need to think before having animals they are for life like a baby your responsibility for your life and their life
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I’m so torn. On the one hand, a great move to protect animals from being treated as things to give rather than a lifelong commitment. On the other hand, my family had been looking for the right dog for our family for several months and happened to find her on December 8th. It had absolutely nothing to do with Christmas and we adored and loved her for the rest of her life. Yes not everyone but if you can’t wait until after the Truck drivers are not the kind of people you should put on speakerphone shirt or don’t want to get one unless it’s Christmas or Hanukkah then you shouldn’t get one. It should also be a family decision. All the people in the family need to go to the shelter, the dog/cat is part of the family. Forever. Everyone needs to agree on the new furbaby.
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An easy fix to this is to have people who want a pet present to buy a gift certificate for a dog or cat. The kids open that on Christmas day and go to the shelter in the next week or so to pick one out. I never would want to gift an animal anyway but I’d be happy to have someone pay for me to pick a pet though he shelters cat my family got at Christmas 11 years ago is still with us and still as loved as he was when he arrived.
I understand that there are irresponsible people buying pets and thinking they can just dispose of them when they’re not as shiny and new, but that doesn’t mean everyone who gets a pet at Christmas is getting it just for the holidays. Aren’t such people just as likely to get a pet for a birthday present as for Christmas?