Kami-Lassie

#1
Dog suicide hot spot 'nonsense'

I can't believe someone honestly gets paid to do this.......
Joyce Stewart, an animal behaviourist, said the deaths were abnormal as dogs were usually able to gauge the heights and depths they could jump. “If they know they are going to die they might go into hiding but I have never heard of them taking their own lives,” she said.
There must be some Snoopy snuff films out there.
 
#2
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said: “Animals do not commit suicide.
That comment shows she knows five eighths of three quarters of sweet FA.

Every year thousands of kittens get into sacks, weigh themselves down with bricks and throw themselves into canals.
 
#3
Baron Von Reichs Pudding said:
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said: “Animals do not commit suicide.
That comment shows she knows five eighths of three quarters of sweet FA.

Every year thousands of kittens get into sacks, weigh themselves down with bricks and throw themselves into canals.
There is perhaps something over the bridge attracting the dogs’ attention.”

The bridge, over a tributary of the Clyde, lies within the grounds of Overtoun House, an A-listed baronial building [currently run as a Christian centre. It was the scene of a family tragedy in 1994 when Kevin Moy threw his two-week-old son to his death believing him to be the Antichrist.
It'll be the odour of fanaticism and molested children then
 
#5
I hate to sound like a biological spod :!: but lemmongs don't actually commit suicide. There's just such a big crowd of them that when the ones at the front get to a cliff they can't stop becasue of everyone pushing from behind!

But quite frankly if I lived on or near the clyde I'd probably top meself as well!
 
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