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Ridikzappa 12:07 Tue Jan 14
Putting a pet to ‘sleep’
Is it legal to put your own pet down rather than paying a vet to do it?

Asking for a friend who has an elderly cat.

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eusebiovic 4:59 Wed Jan 15
Re: Putting a pet to ‘sleep’
This Trump impeachment hearing is getting really tedious now...

Cabbage Savage 6:48 Tue Jan 14
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is it a jewish cat?
Golden Oldie will gas for free

lowermarshhammer 6:40 Tue Jan 14
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Being a country lad the original question re. the legality of bumping off a past it's sell by date pet somewhat amused me.

Course it's not illegal.

factory seconds 4:52 Tue Jan 14
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i remember the one time i went on a millwall board and the most active thread was a dead serious one about where to get hold of a gun to shoot their neighbour's dog.

Fivetide 4:52 Tue Jan 14
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Or pop it on a roundabout.

icwhs 4:50 Tue Jan 14
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Dog or cat

A barrel of water is your friend.. shovel needed.

Thank me later.

Fivetide 4:48 Tue Jan 14
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I think it was on Unbelievable Truth or something, where they were discussing whether there was a time limit under which magicians were allowed to keep rabbits in a top hat during a trick.

Someone said, surely putting a rabbit in a hat is actually cruel and illegal? To which David Mitchell rightly responded: I don't think so, I mean, you can put a rabbit in a pie...

Ultimately, we take cats to the vet and pay to kill them purely because of the last 50 years or so of cultural habit , but wouldn't do that with any animal that tatses nice. Can you imagine your great grandad not putting his own cat out of its misery, and instead giving his hard-earned over to someone else?

jooliandix 4:13 Tue Jan 14
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If it’s a cat,just kick the cunt to death.If it’s a dog,go to the vets.

Block 3:52 Tue Jan 14
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Cats are cunts,

Gary Strodders shank 3:42 Tue Jan 14
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The exile
If the pet is cremated it can be done separately so you can have the ashes returned to you or with other animals which is less expensive
Big place in Cambridge where most are sent to be cremated.
Got ours back in a nice wooden casket with name plates about a week later,

Sven Roeder 3:36 Tue Jan 14
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Hessian bag : £1 from a pound store
Brick : Picked up off building site
Lake or pond : Locate near home for free

Will need a bigger bag if you want the wife done at the same time

the exile 3:34 Tue Jan 14
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I think it's more expensive if you want the vet to dispose of the remains as well as administer the injection. We've got 2 cats, a rabbit and a couple of hamsters buried in the garden. The weird thing id that the present cat likes to sit on top of where the two old cats are buried.

Far Cough 3:31 Tue Jan 14
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NJ, fair enough matey

New Jersey 3:30 Tue Jan 14
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FC - Probably just people of a certain age who also incorrectly spell it!

Darlo Debs 3:25 Tue Jan 14
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Sorry to hear about your pet Ric

Far Cough 3:25 Tue Jan 14
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Do people still call GS's Alsatians?

New Jersey 3:23 Tue Jan 14
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I know maybe I'm a bit of a fanny but absolutely refused to watch Marley and me, I am legend caught me on the hop when he has to kill his beloved alsation, if I knew that was in it I wouldn't have watched that either! Not keen om animal documentaries either in case it goes tits up!

BRANDED 3:18 Tue Jan 14
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Four grand for pussy?

Gary Strodders shank 3:13 Tue Jan 14
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The main thing is that the animal does not suffer unnecessarily and is put to sleep humanely.
Had to have the ginger Tom put down due to a cancerous tumour before Xmas. incredibly heart wrenching but the worse thing was having made the decision to stop any future suffering when we came to make the final journey the car wouldnt start (1st time in 3 years since new) started to think is it a sign it’s not his time yet but deep down knew it was the right thing to do so summoned a lift and held him while he was put to sleep.
Then handed a final bill & overall paid the best part of £4K for previous treatment & an operation to remove a toe prior to the cancer being confirmed as secondary (also found in the tissue) although the insurance paid the most of this sum you still have to pay up front in most cases and can have no guarantee how much will be reimbursed.
Organisations like the blue cross hospitals are a god send for those on benefits & low incomes and also treat the animals of the homeless.

Far Cough 3:09 Tue Jan 14
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I love dogs and cats, people that don't like cats, are because they are independent and won't slobber you with its tongue on demand, a tongue that was used just before it was licking its bollocks

On The Ball 3:04 Tue Jan 14
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Mr Kenzo 2:53 Tue Jan 14

Or better, because they are better.

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