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Eat goulash from a cat and a steak from a dog in Poland!


Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
28 Feb 2011 #91
Smelling poop is like a landmark to them if you didn't know.

I have had dogs all my life, some ate it some didnt, and yes their poop is a landmark same
as when they leave a trail of pee on every tree they come across..

I think half of animals do this

animals that are going to be used for meat are given antibiotics, to kill off any worms or
other disease that might be passed from the animal to human.. dogs and cats however
are not , so not only would this guy be subjecting humans to disease, but he could also
be sued if someone turns up sick...

I am not saying one way or the other that I like it that we as humans eat meat, the subject
is really about the shelter animals, which are in no way , shape or form meat ready to be
eaten by the public.

I find it sickening, its sad that these animals dont have a chance at adoption.. unfortunately
someone thinks he can make a buck off of it and for me, I would be the first one out there
standing with a sign telling people to not eat it because its not safe Period!!

some of these dogs could have rabies or distemper <~not sure of the spelling and of course
other stuff.. when they suspect a cow having mad cow disease, they destroy the animal
same with the chickens and the bird flu. so why would anyone be stupid enough to eat meat
that isnt or hasnt been checked by proper means..

and FYI, I dont eat wild game either for that reason, you just dont know what type
of disease is lurking.

ps... thats my story and I am sticking to it!!
Olaf 6 | 956
2 Mar 2011 #92
I have had dogs all my life, some ate it some didnt, and yes their poop is a landmark same
as when they leave a trail of pee on every tree they come across..

True. We agree!

dogs and cats however
are not , so not only would this guy be subjecting humans to disease, but he could also
be sued if someone turns up sick

True!. We agree again. Yeee-haw! ;)

ready to be
eaten by the public.

No? Let us know when they're ready:D

some of these dogs could have rabies or distemper <~not sure of the spelling and of course
other stuff.. when they suspect a cow having mad cow disease, they destroy the animal
same with the chickens and the bird flu. so why would anyone be stupid enough to eat meat
that isnt or hasnt been checked by proper means..

Very accurate insight. I think that's one of the reasons that swine or chicken flu originated in Asia: low hygiene standards and lack of any health standards while preparing food (even the source of this food).

and FYI, I dont eat wild game either for that reason, you just dont know what type
of disease is lurking.
ps... thats my story and I am sticking to it!!

I rarely eat wild game, but you know, you can and should have the meat tested by a veterinarian with certificate. Then it's just as safe as the meat you buy in supermarket. I think most hunters do that.
Daisy 3 | 1,227
2 Mar 2011 #93
yes their poop is a landmark same
as when they leave a trail of pee on every tree they come across..

My neighbours pedigree cat is leaving his landmark in my front garden at the moment, I've tried everything!!
alexw68
2 Mar 2011 #94
I've tried everything!!

Everything?
Daisy 3 | 1,227
2 Mar 2011 #95
I've tried everything humane
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
2 Mar 2011 #96
My neighbours pedigree cat is leaving his landmark in my front garden at the moment, I've tried everything!!

you know, I have a animated * turns on to motion* guinea pig that sings kung fu fighting :)

put that in the garden when hes about to leave a landmark.. he might not ever leave another
landmark again.. lol
Daisy 3 | 1,227
2 Mar 2011 #97
LOL, the neighbours think I'm mad already.

Pleased to hear your daughter's home, hope she's much better soon
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
2 Mar 2011 #98
LOL, the neighbours think I'm mad already.

you dont have to worry about them,, unless they are leaving landmarks too? lol

she is feeling much better and resting right now.. * under mom watch* LOL
Daisy 3 | 1,227
2 Mar 2011 #99
she is feeling much better and resting right now.. * under mom watch* LOL

Pleased to hear that


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