ProFootballTalk.com has an article stating Mike Vick owns a dog. Even though Vick doesn’t even mention they have a dog, its suspected that their family owns a dog.
“As a father, it is important to make sure my children develop a healthy relationship with animals. I want to ensure that my children establish a loving bond and treat all of God’s creatures with kindness and respect. Our pet is well cared for and loved as a member of our family. This is an opportunity to break the cycle. To that end, I will continue to honor my commitment to animal welfare and be an instrument of positive change.”
It’s possible to make that change. I’m glad Mike Vick can make that change in his life, from dog killer to animal advocate.
I have two pets; a pair of cats. They are both house cats. I didn’t want pets, but one of my coworkers had a cat and we didn’t want him to go to the pound. So we brought him home and he’s been such a joy. We ended up getting another one. She’s not always been cooperative but she’s very cute. We care for our cats and can’t understand why some people would want to hurt animals. Unless they’ve been trained to do so, they wouldn’t hurt a fly. Well, the cats would. A fly got in the house and they tortured it. Our girl cat has the looks of a champion mouser, but we hope we won’t ever find out. I digress.
Sometimes, people care more about animals than they do other people. That’s shameful. Animals are not people, but we should treat animals with dignity.
And I’ve become a cat advocate. If you mess with my cats, you’ll wish you hadn’t for sure. The last thing you’ll see is my .40 cal swinging around towards you.
Don’t mess with the cats.