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If your dog or cat needed a limb amputated would you keep the pet or put it to sleep?


For the record I have seen loads of dogs and cats with three, (even two) legs survive perfectly well, but likewise I have seen owners faced with this choice say that either they don't think it is fair to have a three legged pet, or they have no interest in having one. What I want to know is what do you think, and what would you do (or have you done) when faced with this situations?

 

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