I have TWO loving Guineas...Paprika(Peppy) and Vinegar(Vinny) who need a NEW loving home. I recently got a new dog for birthday and now have 2 dogs, a cat and a fish and just dont have to room. I really love them and they are ONLY GOING TO A GOOD HOME!!!!!! Please e-mail me I have MANY pics!!! P.s-They ARE NOT to be seperated!!!!!
I never said that the dog was taking up room. It is too much hassle and money and the pigs aren't getting enough attention. I want to give them to someone who has 1. a POSITIVE attitude 2. that will give them attention. I didn't think it was soo cruel to give them up. I feel guilty keeping them. They are loved but they also need attention. The guineas are in my room. I unfortunately have a small room and no other room is available to place the pigs in.
- Etta Mae
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You may get some flack for it, as I am sure you know. I am also sure you realize it's not totally undeserved, am I right?
Post anyway, take it without being defensive and rude, and hopefully someone will want them.
Let me see if I got it right. Does it mean that when you get a birthday present, you have to surrender something you previously had (and supposedly care for)?? Even if you haven't asked for that specific birthday present?
Next year, in case you get a kitten for your birthday, will you have to surrender one of the dogs? Maybe both?
Take the dog back. And before you do, stand up to your parents. Look them right in the eyes, and tell them "This is a dog. This is not a gift, this is a responsibility. It is a responsibility that was not my choice, as the guinea pigs were. This responsibility was you choice, so it should be your responsibility."I didn't really expect to be getting a DOG for my birthday. That isn't my fault.
Do I expect you to not get in trouble for saying that? No. But I do believe that, if your parents are good people, they'll respect you for it in the long run.
- Knee Deep
Who knows, but I hope the pigs go to someone who enjoys them.