Michele Boggs works at an animal shelter and is responsible for the dogs that come in every day. However, owing of overpopulation, she had to say farewell to many of them.
She posted a dramatic photo along with a text written from the perspective of the dogs in the bags in front of her.
It’s a stark reminder of what’s happening in shelters across North America as a result of irresponsible owners who don’t spay or neuter their dogs, don’t take the time to properly care for and train them, or cruelly use them for profit or companionship only to abandon them when they’re no longer wanted.
“Another puppy will get the lightly worn leash you left behind.” My collar was filthy and overly tiny, so the lady removed it before sending me across the Rainbow Bridge.
“Would I be here if I hadn’t bitten your shoe?” I had no idea what it was, but it was leather and on the floor. I was just having fun. You neglected to purchase dog toys.
Would I still be living at home if I was housebroken? Rubbing my nose in what I did simply made me feel bad about having to go at all.
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