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Thread: Have they lost the plot

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    In Old Town Kissimmee last year we saw a woman with a dog in one of these, it was fully clothed and even had a dummy (pacifier). I was appalled, but she obviously enjoyed the attention she received - personally I think that it should be reported to the RSPCA

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    These days pets seem to be a must have fashion accessory. Have you seen the pet pushchairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainecoon lover, post: 164841
    These days pets seem to be a must have fashion accessory. Have you seen the pet pushchairs.
    Yup, some of the colours are fantastic - better than human ones - lol. I can understand the pushchairs to an extent as an elderly lady down the road to us has one for her dog (which is also elderly)! She said that they can both only manage a short walk now and that the pushchair helps her with her walking and balance and means the dog can hop aboard when he's had enough. I'd hate to see one being used purely as an accessory though!

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    i'd like to see them try and carry Charlie in one of those!















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    Sitting on the fence on this one..... but might be persueded to voice an opinion.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetlakes, post: 164854
    Yup, some of the colours are fantastic - better than human ones - lol. I can understand the pushchairs to an extent as an elderly lady down the road to us has one for her dog (which is also elderly)! She said that they can both only manage a short walk now and that the pushchair helps her with her walking and balance and means the dog can hop aboard when he's had enough. I'd hate to see one being used purely as an accessory though!
    I agree its excellent for someone like your elderly neighbour but i do think its all getting a little silly.

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