s it not irresponsible to keep a pet if you have to ask a bunch of amateurs because you can't...
afford the vet?
Are you trying to make me feel bad?
Can't understand the answer
Well I can. If you can't afford the vet you can't afford the animal. Eat the bunny and save up until you can afford to look after one.
It is irresponsible to keep a pet if you can't afford to take care of it properly. And asking amateurs isn't good for medical advice for animals, or humans.
If you were sick, would you like for the person taking care of you to just ask random strangers with no qualifications what to do?
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