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Tiger-lily\'s Owner

Brant DeneneoBrant Deneneo Member Posts: 1
edited 26 July, 2009 in Laws & Legislation
Hello. I am new to this site. I found it accidently but am glad. My heart hurts over the death of the kitten. I know neither the owner and never knew the kitten but, I want to send condolences to the owner is there any online site arranged for those like me who wish to send email or ecard that will definetly reach Tiger-lily's owner? I would love to know because I want to send my heartfelt sorrow to this person. Thank you, Brant

Comments

  • Roxann RobbinsRoxann Robbins Member Posts: 3,268
    edited 24 July, 2009
    First I would try to find the status of the owner and see if she is back with the kitty killer. And I don't know how you're going to do that. The owner was the lover of the girl who killed the kitten. They'd had an arguement so the killer burned the kitten up. Sometimes in abusive situations, people just keep going back. I think sending condolences is a very sweet thought, but the off-chance that the killer and her girlfriend might be back together (and possibly laughing) at those condolences....it gives me a bad feeling in the pit of my stomach. Better yet, why don't you make a small donation to a nice shelter/sanctuary/vet clinic in Tiger Lily's name? Purrrs, Biscuit
  • Amber SimmonAmber Simmon Member Posts: 2,703
    edited 26 July, 2009
    Biscuit is right. I don't think the owner would be laughing at it. But if she did go back to that thing, it might put her in a bad situation. Abusers don't like being reminded.
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