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06-27-2005, 09:42 AM #1
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This is cruel
My friend sent this to me:
please read this it is very important.
FOR EVERYONE WHO LOVES ANIMALS OR DOESN'T This is sick. A site that we were able to shut last year has returned. We have to try to shut it down again! A Japanese man in New York breeds and sells kittens that are called BONSAI CATS. That would sound cute, if it weren't kittens that were put in to little bottles after being given a muscle relaxant and then locked up for the rest of their lives. The cats are fed through a straw and have a small tube for their faces. The skeleton of the cat will take on the form of the bottle as the kitten grows. The cats never get the opportunity to move. They are used as original and exclusive souvenirs. These are the latest trends in New York, China, Indonesia and New Zealand. If you think you can handle it, view www.bonsaikitten.com and have a look at the methods being used to put these little kittens into bottles. This petition needs 500 names, so please put your one name on it!!! Copy
the text into a new email and put your name on the bottom, then send it to everyone you know. If you notice that there are 500 names on the list, please send it to:
email@example.com Note- Copy this e-mail, paste it into a new one - DON'T forward it - add your name, and send it to everyone you know!
Kay DeFreese - Ruston
- 06-27-2005, 10:13 AM #2
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06-27-2005, 10:22 AM #3
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While this might not be real, it is still not funny. I don't even like cats and I don't think it is right to take pictures of them to make a mean-spirited web-site.
Sometimes I just don't "get" people.Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements07-26-2005, 01:44 AM #4
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I came across "Bonsai Kittens" on my Yahoo page, read the article and was outraged....then i researched it, to find it was a total joke.
I was sooooo relieved!
The thought of it was sickening.
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