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Where did my master go? Abandoned dog pulls at Thai heartstrings

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17 hours ago, legend49 said:

Thais and dogs it never changes, they drop the dog for any reason.

Maybe I missed it. Where does it say that the owner was Thai?

 

And to those who crack comments something to the effect of "A dog without owner and this in Thailand. Hard to believe", I say this. There are hard core soi dogs, AND there are domesticated dogs, home raised. "Brown" looks like a home raised dog to me. Hardly fair to lump him in with soi dogs.

 

Yes, I am a dedicated dog owner .... man/woman's best friend.

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

Where did my master go? Abandoned dog pulls at Thai heartstrings

Died in a car accident, maybe..... (one of many possibilities......)

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I was just reading some of these posts and wow. I always knew there are a lot of people on here who are maybe a little bit different or weird I guess but I was just reading a few of the posts on here under this topic and I was literally cracking up laughing. There’s a few posts on here that I wanted to reply directly to and ask them if they were actually serious or if it was a joke or something but apparently you’re not allowed to do that on here I guess. I don’t know I guess this is what happens when people spend all their time online at home all day everyday.

 

 

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1 hour ago, MaxLee said:

 

Died in a car accident, maybe..... (one of many possibilities......)

Or moved to a condo, or left the country or...or....

 

Maybe they thought someone would eventually take care of the dog. BUT the dog doesn't see it that way.

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I was just reading some of these posts and wow. I always knew there are a lot of people on here who are maybe a little bit different or weird I guess but I was just reading a few of the posts on here under this topic and I was literally cracking up laughing. There’s a few posts on here that I wanted to reply directly to and ask them if they were actually serious or if it was a joke or something but apparently you’re not allowed to do that on here I guess. I don’t know I guess this is what happens when people spend all their time online at home all day everyday.

 

 

Actually never mind I don’t see them anymore there were two in particular that I wanted to read again because they really were comical to read

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If this wasn’t so far away from where I live I’d probably take him in if they needed someone to, it definitely wouldn’t be the first time I’ve ever done that.

 

 

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On 8/13/2019 at 6:08 PM, Beggar said:

What a story. A dog without owner and this in Thailand. Hard to believe. 

"beggars" belief, does it?  😁

 

I hope English is you first language.

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On 8/13/2019 at 3:33 PM, James26 said:

This is a people problem

70  million  thais maybe 200k  farlangs...........yeah  its  a Thai  problem  alright

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A troll post containing offensive Nazi generalizations has been removed as well as the replies. 

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On 8/13/2019 at 9:58 PM, Yinn said:

Farangs just kill them.

 

No. 

Some only, and they are the dregs of our societies.
Maybe avoid generalizing ...
But it is true that Thais, globally 😉 respect animal life..

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5 hours ago, lvr181 said:

"beggars" belief, does it?  😁

 

I hope English is you first language.

It would be just one more stray dog. Nothing special here. And if the people care so much about this dog they also should care about the ?millions? others. 

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We now have six.  Four of them just dumped.  One was waiting by the road for his master for a week before we were able to rescue him.  My wife and I love all of them but think we are at the limit of how many we can be successful with.

 

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