animals Super Cat Survives Two Pitbulls Attack (1 Viewer)

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I have counted to infinity, twice.
That woman couldn’t control them from the moment she stepped out of her house. She was being dragged along. Shit training. Shit owner.

The fact her first ‘control’ move was to kick her own dog highlights her ineptitude as a dog owner.

Poor cat, even though I’m horribly allergic to the sly little buggers and love dogs. 😂.


You Had Best Unfuck Yourself.
Dumb broad, you can't control your dog's... don't have dogs.
Just like motorcycles, can't pick up your bike if it tips.. ride the bus.
Does that make me a misogynist ?
Personally I don't think it does. People should do things accordingly and not over exert themselves whether they're male or female.


Hope Mojo dies
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