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  1. heretherebespiders
    heretherebespiders November 14, 2012 at 11:26 pm

    I hope there is something you can do. They KNEW his history; medical, behavioural – and chose to lie and not share it in order to offload a complicated animal quickly. That breaks my heart – it isn’t as if you can’t surrender an animal, without lies, in order to give it a better chance. Yes, the shelter might have given them grief for doing so, but not as much as they deserve for pulling this on you, and HUG.

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  2. FeyGirl
    FeyGirl November 15, 2012 at 12:19 am

    Sigh… To forward this poor guy on, without relaying his issues and behavior — amid such lies — is simply inexcusable. How can they not think that this is going to harm him? Answer: They don’t CARE. Selfish, wrong, and ignorant. He’ll be wrought with abandonment issues, on top of it all (one of my rescues suffered a similar fate, and I’m still working through it 10 years later). Thank goodness he has you right now, but like you said, a more permanent solution is obviously needed. Poor guy.

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