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Greetings everybun.

I am becoming increasingly concerned about 2-foots in general. I know that Merry & Ringo have one that until recently was full of tubes, and the other one is a loony. Now it would seem that the Gower Bun Gang have problems with their 2-foot too, and as for ours... well... words fail me!

This has got me wondering. Perhaps we have chosen badly when we decided to keep 2-foots as pets. They are noisy, unreliable, they stink, and they spend far too much time away from the burrow. When you add to that how unstable they are both mentally and physically, I'm beginning to think that we should look at alternatives.

Woofs are no good because they can't bring us things from the Sainsbury's allotment. Meows are no good either because they are lazy. Hefalumps might be alright, but I don't know where you get them from, and doll-finns seem pleasant enough but they do need such a large pond.

I would be really interested to know if you have any suggestions for alternative pets. I'm not suggesting that we have our 2-foots put to sleep or anything like that (well maybe some of them, but we could decide that later), as I'm sure that there are rescues that would take them in.

So come on everybun, let's hear your ideas!


Jun. 27th, 2007 08:18 pm (UTC)
Cedric, you know what they say: "a two-foot is for life, not just for Christmas". Owning a pet two-foot is a big responsybillyty and one which, I fursonally, take very seriously. Just because you've got a bit fed up with your two-foots, you can't just abundon them with no regard for their health, wellbeing and feelings! Honestly - what would the RSPCT (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Two-foots have to say about that?!) x
Jun. 27th, 2007 08:20 pm (UTC)
... although, that doesn't mean we can't have a good old moan about them now and then, and of course, keep up with the endless training that these creatures need!


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