My wife was driving back from a lecture in Indianapolis Thursday night. She decided to stop at a gas station for a bottle of water. Upon exiting the store she saw a terrible sight.
A family had taken off without checking that their dog was with them. It had been tied to the bumper. It had been dragged to death. The senselessness of it. What a terrible way to die.
Jim
A family had taken off without checking that their dog was with them. It had been tied to the bumper. It had been dragged to death. The senselessness of it. What a terrible way to die.

wow. not to take away from how horrible that must have been for the poor dog, but i can't imagine how the family must feel. that's something i don't think i'd ever be able to forgive myself for.

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