Then there's the total lack of character. Of course, in your defense we have to say that it's hard to develop any kind of moral compass when your daily living skills are such that you have to keep notes to remind yourself not to eat soup with a fork. Just ask Ursula O'Donnell.
See, when most people get arrested and charged with a crime, that's a strong indication to them that they should stop doing the things that got them arrested. Not Ursula. In true overlord tradition, she looks on the bright side: "Hey, I'm not in jail am I? Why stop now?"
She's a glass half full kind of girl.
And the same can be said for the overlords in Iowa who were recently told, Bag it. We don't want you around here anymore. Their response? "Hey,at least they aren't going to shoot us like we do to the dogs, just make us get real jobs."
Got to love that optimism, but what kind of a demand is there for no talent substance abusers with poor people skills and mental health issues? Sure, the Tea Party, but they are mostly unpaid volunteers. Sort of like the greyhounds were back when they raced for trailer payments. Except the dogs weren't volunteers. Plus the dogs have another advantage the overlords don't: marketable skills.
And even when the overlords can convince people that the exploitation of innocent animals isn't such a bad thing, by the time those people get home, they've changed their minds and they're all like "You do what with those dogs when they can't run? Let me back in that voting booth."
Well, the point is, when you're a heartless, soulless, scruple free, no talent leaky bag of barely literate protoplasmic slime who sucks a meager existence off the backs of innocent animals, life isn't exactly a bed of roses, so all you've got is your sunny outlook, right Dr. Lori Bohenko?
A state veterinarian who developed a database to track greyhound injuries six years ago said late Friday the group misconstrued her data. "There are some days I just sit here and watch races and do not touch a dog," she said.Right. Because when a dog is killed outright we get someone else to carry it away so she doesn't have to touch it, or when it's injured so badly we know it's going to be euthanized, someone else holds it down while she gives it a lethal injection. See? No problem.
Well unless you happen to be the injured greyhound, right Joanna?
Joanna is very active and curious. She is very happy, playful and friendly. She likes affection and will approach and nuzzle you for attention. She likes to be close to you. She sometimes gives kisses. She enjoys watching TV, and she especially likes watching hockey. Joanna would do well in a working family home with well-mannered children, 5 and up. She is playful and can be a bit bouncy. She is good with other average to larger size dogs and would probably be fine as an only dog in a family that would exercise regularly. For more information about this dog, and other rescued racing greyhounds looking for homes, go here. If you don't know about the plight of racing greyhounds go here.
Lazlo Update He has not had any accidents in the home. He relieves himself in a fenced yard and he will also relieve on lead. He will whine and whimper or will paw you when he needs to go outside.