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    I like large cats, but Non-domesticated cats have a natural wild streak that could come out at anytime. Making it dangerous to keep as a house pet. The many years show tiger Siegfried and Roy used turn on them back in 2003.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF4M1sicon View Post
    a natural wild streak that could come out
    I figure he must have had his claws done, if he was having his arms around you and decided to change, you'd be hard put. Even the back ones that they use to disembowell...
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    Seen a few pets (mainly dogs) turn on a dime.
    A niece had her faced mauled by her beloved Springer Spaniel seemingly for no known reason.
    After 4 plastic surgeries scars are still visible years after.
    Dog was diagnosed with Avalanche or Rage Syndrome, not commonly found in the breed.
    Her parents gave the dog to friends in the country.
    I still say it should have been put down, even told them so.
    Why take the chance of someone else being attacked?

    I cringe when I see people stick their babies face to any animal.
    Again, Why take the chance?
    It's still an animal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    It's still an animal.
    I laugh at people when they say, "No, my dog will do this or that"... I say, "No, he's a dog, he'll do what he wants"... History until now, then history changes. It's a dog...it's an animal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Seen a few pets (mainly dogs) turn on a dime.
    A niece had her faced mauled by her beloved Springer Spaniel seemingly for no known reason. … It's still an animal.
    You mean like the lady who was blinded and had her face and lower jaw literally ripped off by her friend's pet chimpanzee "that never hurt anyone"?

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    Keeping an animal such as that is fraught with unknowns and extreme danger as a chimp has enough strength to literally pull your arm completely from your body people who keep those pets especially the twits in Dubai are playing with fire like having a Cheeter in your car with you yeah real smart ya DH's whats next an elephant riding an M1A1icon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    I still say it should have been put down, even told them so.
    Why take the chance of someone else being attacked?
    If it happened once, it could and most likely will happen again. I'm with you, put it down.

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    I've owned dogs for almost 50 years and never had one bite. How you raise your pets are about the same as how you raise your kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.e moose View Post
    I've owned dogs for almost 50 years and never had one bite.
    Yup... Except you can speak to your kids. And they can reply in a language you can understand, most times...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF4M1sicon View Post
    If it happened once, it could and most likely will happen again. I'm with you, put it down.
    Similar situation with my little crippled buddies Daughters Pit bull. Absolutely vicious, I mean Brutal. Was raised to be. Chained to the wall near the front door on a 3' run.
    When they could no longer control it or get any where near it they reached out to a country vet to put it down.
    The Vet refused with a tone like: You made the monster you handle it.
    The Daughters kids were now old enough to be walking around with many close calls.
    I helped move the dog out to his farm where he dispatched it.
    Sad really, wasn't the dogs fault, it was how he was raised. A dog so strong 2 of us could barely hold him off.

    2 things:
    1- A animal should never be fully trusted.
    2- Some people shouldn't own pets.
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