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Good Lord! No wonder this letter isn't signed

About: "Beaglitz puppies free to a good home"


I hope she gets the poor mother dog spayed. Isn't she aware of the overpopulation of our animal shelters and how many innocent homeless dogs are put to sleep everyday?


Unsigned: Get a life! No wonder your letter isn't signed!!! Becky Crawhorn stated that the families intentions were for the mother (poor mother indeed! Look at her in the photo!) to have purebred puppies, but an accident occurred. The puppies couldn't be happier. They couldn't be cuter. They couldn't be better care for. Leave to "unsigned" to take the joy out of one of the most beautiful scenes we've ever seen. Heck, I don't even like dogs--been bitten too many times by dogs which the owners say "will bark, but he won't bite"--and I'd love to have all four of these guys. -signed/ED WAGGENER

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