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[Toronto Animal Services] Toronto Animal Services. $25 cats/$50 dogs. Until Sept 1

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Toronto Animal Services. $25 cats/$50 dogs. Until Sept 1

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Toronto Animal Services
Please remember that owning a pet is a huge responsibility.

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just a reminder that pets are not toys. If you are thinking of adopting, please think twice before you do it and be responsible if you do adopt one.
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How odd. The wonders of capitalism - capture all strays and sell them :D
Back in my country, you just pick up the cat you want off the ground and take it home. The last bugger was pregnant - quite an adventure.
Though, you know, it’s a bit of a discussion wether strays should be let be or collected and controlled. I guess I prefer the current situation of clean and safe streets.
But the geese, oh the geese! They should also get collected and sold at supermarkets. Should be tasty :)
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rokask wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 11:18 am
How odd. The wonders of capitalism - capture all strays and sell them :D
Back in my country, you just pick up the cat you want off the ground and take it home. The last bugger was pregnant - quite an adventure.
Though, you know, it’s a bit of a discussion wether strays should be let be or collected and controlled. I guess I prefer the current situation of clean and safe streets.
But the geese, oh the geese! They should also get collected and sold at supermarkets. Should be tasty :)
I hear ya budd. I just head to the dog park and pick my choice but there's always someone screaming about something.. I don't pay attention to them - life's too short to stress.

Disclaimer - I'm fully against trespassing on someone's private property when shopping for pets.
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Get em before they're gone....

....ok maybe that joke isn't in the taste of everyone but I would think limited time deals to quickly decide on a pet does kind of go against the make a responsible decision logic. With that said they're all spade/neutered so maybe better that than the other option...
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maimin_matty wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 3:41 pm
Get em before they're gone....

....ok maybe that joke isn't in the taste of everyone but I would think limited time deals to quickly decide on a pet does kind of go against the make a responsible decision logic. With that said they're all spade/neutered so maybe better that than the other option...
This. If someone really wants a cat or a dog, the price tag shouldn't matter. If it does matter, maybe getting a cat or dog shouldn't be a priority.
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I mean one of my dogs has probably cost over 15k in vet bills...
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RFD Effect.

Buy now, think later. What’s the return policy?
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I wish I could adopt them all, give them love and attention. But don't have the money, time, multiple arms and bodies to give them all the attention needed. Just have to hope they find good homes. I have the one adoptee I can manage already.

As others have said, please remember pets are a big responsibility and living beings. Not moving furry plushies for a moment's amusement.
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Ryes wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 3:53 pm
I mean one of my dogs has probably cost over 15k in vet bills...
Would pet insurance have helped?
I have it for my one year old pup, but I'm always questioning whether it's a good idea. At least the premium for this year's renewal didn't go up.
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rokask wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 11:18 am
How odd. The wonders of capitalism - capture all strays and sell them :D
Back in my country, you just pick up the cat you want off the ground and take it home. The last bugger was pregnant - quite an adventure.
Though, you know, it’s a bit of a discussion wether strays should be let be or collected and controlled. I guess I prefer the current situation of clean and safe streets.
But the geese, oh the geese! They should also get collected and sold at supermarkets. Should be tasty :)
I think being sold is better, personally. $25-50 is not much for an animal you’ll have for years, and if it was free, you might get people who go “sure why not it’s free” and then the pet goes to a home where it ends up unwanted because the owner didn’t have to put a dollar in. This is the same reason when I list something for Free on Kijiji I get tons of choosing beggars asking me if I can deliver or flaking out, but if I charge $5 the quality of serious inquiries goes way up.
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zetx wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:05 am
just a reminder that pets are not toys. If you are thinking of adopting, please think twice before you do it and be responsible if you do adopt one.
just a reminder that pets are considered property, not humans. If you are thinking of adopting, please think twice before you do it and be responsible if you do adopt one.
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DreamSanctuary wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 4:32 pm
RFD Effect.

Buy now, think later. What’s the return policy?
30 days unopened and same condition as when bought
If you used PayPal you’ll get a gift card instead
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