In the midst of the conversation over on the Blessed Little Dog Killer’s Facebook page, she said this.
She elaborated a bit about that, in an effort to justify her threat to kill the dog named Ranger if somebody didn’t clean up the mess she created.
The mean neighbor. That ugly mean neighbor who threatens to kill dogs. And where Nicole lives, dogs get shot all the time. Every day or two, somebody shoots a dog. It’s not a big deal, folks.
Note: I live in the country. People all around me have dogs. We have a little piss-ant dog, but our neighbors have big, real dogs. People love dogs. They get peeved if somebody’s dog comes over to their property and destroys stuff or chases or kills their livestock or their poultry. But they do not just shoot dogs willy-nilly, “all the time.” It’s a last-resort thing, and something nobody wants to do ever.
As I showed on the previous post, Al replied to this.
The dog Maggie was over at the neighbor’s house, hanging out in their garage.
This dog, relaxing after dinner.
See the date? This is a pretty recent photo. See the dog? See any way to identify that dog? I do.
The dog is gay. She is rainbow-colored. How many gay dogs with rainbow legs and tail do you know that might be over at the neighbor’s house?
This is in the neighbor’s garage. This is not the Blessed Little Killing Ground. And this is Maggie, hanging out.
She’s calm and happy about being in the neighbor’s garage. You know why? She’s over there a lot. That’s why.
She is very accustomed to being in the neighbor’s garage. So happy with it that she makes herself right at home.
Does she look hurt to you? Does she look like she’s afraid of anything? Does she look like somebody has shot her?
You know what she’s doing?
She’s relaxing after dinner. The dinner she had at the neighbor’s house. Maggie likes the neighbor a lot.