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There Was A Better Decision

Molly The Pig had an ending I'm sure she, and everyone else, wasn't expecting.  After being rescued from a hoarding situation and nursed back to health, she was adopted out to a family in Canada with the intention that they would keep her lovingly as a pet.  Well, that supposed loving family decided to not keep Molly as a pet, but to have her for dinner.  I realize pigs are raised for this.  I get it, but couldn't this family have gotten their pork needs met in a different manner other than adopting a pig that had already suffered and was prepped and entrusted to them to live out her life?  These people signed an agreement that they would keep her as a pet!  This just disturbs me.  Not that they eat pork, but the uncaring dishonesty these people have displayed.  While sure, it's not illegal, it sure seems immoral.  I do want to recognize the family has since apologized which I hope is a sign they understand their enormous error in judgement.



  1. that is a sad story... and >I'm with you, that was totally not right what this people did...but we believe that there is a higher justice and once the big billcollector comes to those who did evil things and they have to pay for that ...

  2. OMD, what a horrible story!! If they just wanted a pig to eat, there are plenty of ways to get those. To adopt one specifically intended as a pet and then EAT it is just vile. I hope those people have been placed on the Do Not Adopt list for every agency in their area, no matter for what kind of animal!


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