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Mistreating pets

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
posted by Jim Murphy

Here is a quote from someone who admitted that he mistreated his pet.

I  have a Persian cat which is about 2 years old now, when she was 1 and a half she came back from the vet, I carried her out of her cage and suddenly she flipped out and started scratching my hands and bit me hard. So without having control of what I did, I beat her. ever since that day she has not come close to me and every time i come close to her she hisses and like makes a weird sound like get away from me. Is there anything I can do to make her trust me and play with me again?

The answer is that you shouldn’t own any pet if you treat them like this. Too many of our pets get abused and neglected by their owners. In this particular case , the cat was probably very terrified after being at the vet. The owner didn’t think of that and beat her anyway. The cat should not have been pulled out of the cage. The cage should have been put down, the door opened and the cat would come out when she was ready.  If I were that cat, I would never go near that abusive owner again!
There are reasons why our pets can sometimes get aggressive. We need to understand where the aggression is coming from and never resort to hitting or beating a poor animal. As the song says “People are Crazy.”
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