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    Pet Pampering? Home with my brother Anthorne, at the time we were watching television. The door opened behind us and we turned around, without hesitation he said, “Jevonie, you and Anthorne come outside”! We scurried. While we were outside, he said, you perceive anything. “Nope”, I replied. My father didn’t say anything else, we all walked through the section of the house where there is no roof. We tacitly followed him, but suddenly he lifted up a plywood from his homemade bridge. As the kids we

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    Pet Censorship And Abuse

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    Throughout, my community has been going through a problems that needs to be acknowledged. Many communities go through domestic violence, drug abuse, school, and other things. One issue that affects my community and I is pet ownership and abuse. As a matter of fact, animal abuse is a nationwide issue that happens every day. Pets are left behind or tortured without food or great care. However, most pet abuses happens in both rural and urban economy. When it happen they are never reported

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    Scholastic’s Scope Magazines have had their fair share of interesting article, and that includes one from a recent edition. The story, “Should You Clone Your Pet?” by Robert Matson, is about animal cloning, specifically your pets, and the pros and cons. So from that article the question arises; should you or should you not clone your beloved dead pet? For the longest time, in our history and modern times, people have thought of animals as friends and even sometimes sacred beings. Cloning would allow

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    Keil Fehlberg ~ 11-28-2016 I sat down to interview my father, soon to find out how intrigued I was about my dad’s stories. It was late at night, about 7:00 PM. I had asked my dad if I could interview him, and he excitedly accepted. We sat down on the leather, red couch and I slipped out my interview questions. I decided ahead of time to write the questions I was going to write about. I chose to ask about his interactions with his childhood pets, so I then looked him in the eye and asked him. One

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    Pets have always been a big part of my family for a while; specifically full breed pit bulls. Having these pets inspired me to take on the career of a Veterinarian. I have known what I wanted my career to be since the fourth grade. Then while exploring different occupations, I begin to make presumptions about what I want to be in life. However, that quickly changed once I experienced one of the most impressionable moments of my life. In late 2012, early 2013, my parents announced to my siblings and

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    Speech Should exotic animal ownership be legal? Two years ago in fourth grade I had a field trip to the zoo, we got to see so many exotic animals. Everyone had so much fun my class saw lions, wolves, coyotes, tigers, bears, monkeys and many more. We spent the entire day there, looking at all the animals. I took out my camera and I took a picture of a mountain lion. I always look back at that picture and think of how peaceful the lion was. I read an article called “ let people own exotic

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    To many, a pet is much more than an animal that lives in the same house as them. A pet is more than a nuisance with fur that one has to feed and care for. For most, a pet is another family member. A pet is a constant companion that is there to play, cuddle, and bring one joy. One always remembers their first pet. They remember how their pet was always there to comfort them when their own world seemed to be falling apart. Sadly, one also remembers when their first pet died. How when they left

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    The loss of a pet is a very challenging time. My family and I had a chocolate lab named Hershey. He died when I was four years old. It was hard to lose him even though I only knew him for four years. Waiting a year and a half was hard, but when we got a new dog it was very exciting. Having a pet has the good and bad times. When I was born, we had a chocolate lab named Hershey. He was named Hershey because he was the same color as a Hershey's chocolate bar. My parents got him when he was four or

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    Family and Death

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    certainly seeing the affect my grandfathers death had on my grandmother shaped some of my ideas not only of grief, she was never the same, she did not laugh as much and the light in her eyes was not as bright, but it also shaped some of my ideals about romantic love. To the day she died - 28 years after my grandfather - my grandmother kept all of her checks and official documents titled “Mrs. Willis Goodrich”, and she never removed her wedding ring. The death of my Uncle Forest was the first time

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    Jasper’s Day Book Review The book Jasper’s Day is a picture book written by Majorie Blain Parker and illustrated by Janet Wilson. The story focuses on a dog’s last day from the perspective of his child owner Riley. Early on, readers learn that Jasper has cancer, and is in pain. However, the fact that Jasper will be euthanized is not addressed until later in the book, right before it happens. Children who read this book may realize something is wrong with Jasper but will likely not understand what

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