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    Default Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    Not afraid to admit this story brought a tear to my eye. Both happy and sad. (">








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    Default Re: Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    dusty in this room...

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    Default Re: Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    Good luck getting him in the car....

    ....rides well in the backseat.

    I call horseshit. Another facebook inspired tale of woe into joy.

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    Default Re: Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    BS according to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Too many 'convenient' variables and to get you tugging at the heart strings usually makes me wonder when it comes to stories like this.

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    Default Re: Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    I read all that and not one mention of knotting. Next time can you make sure the text is fucking searchable. ffs.

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    Default Re: Sometimes, the owner simply doesn’t have any choice but to let go.

    I belong to the two core demographics least likely to be moved by this story i.e I hate the Military Industrial complex + flag waving patriots and I don't particularly like dogs (although I wish them no harm).

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    A story about Saddam's cat however

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    What flagged it as bullshit to me was the word 'pray', same as with scam emails.
    Open your heart. Die.

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