Tangled River 079

posted 27th Apr 2016, 1:09 AM

Tangled River 079
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28th Apr 2016, 12:04 PM

The Doodler

At least he's a wild animal, even if he's a docile one...

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30th Apr 2016, 9:24 PM

Bathymetheus

Alone in the wilderness. What could possibly go wrong?

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9th Oct 2018, 10:33 PM

Jude

She's only had Blef for 3 weeks? She got him when she went there. Blef is still a small cub and they've kept him in their home the entire time. If she's thinking of releasing him back to the wild, she's sentencing him to death. He's too young to fend for himself. I just feel very strongly about this as too often wildlife rehabilitation centres release animals too soon. Even if an animal can find enough food to eat, they often have to contend with older experienced adults of their own kind who don't take kindly to some young one moving into their territory. Many released animals are often driven out into dangerous areas or injured and killed by older ones.

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25th Sep 2019, 10:38 AM

Guest

Plus, just because Blef wasn't the magic cure for her mom, doesn't mean losing her beloved pet without any warning won't be emotionally devastating. Her mom probably could have arranged for someone to take care of Blef, but now she doesn't even get to say goodbye.

I know Tanya is young, but she doesn't seem to consider how her actions affect other people around her (aside from trying not to piss off Licorice).

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