M.E., on 22 September 2018 - 04:20 PM, said:
Never seen Animal Cops. Never heard of it before. I do love watching all those hoarder shows. It makes me feel the same way you do. I am always mindful of what I keep. The rule is if I don't use it for at least a year, I throw it away or donate.
Thing is I usually regret it. My phone broke and now I don't have a spare because I got rid of them.
You Tube is so massive there are so many channels to explore, it's no wonder you have not heard of Animal Cops.
Most recent is where they take a lot of the dogs from the south because southerners don't neuter their pets and find homes for them up north. They have a big transport leaving every week to giving the over flow their forever homes.
Another new system is to shut down the puppy mills and rehabilitate the breeding pairs so that they learn how to socialize with humans. Puppy mills are very hands off, money first.
Looks like you might be dumpster diving for your next phone!
That always happens, you hold on to an item for so long that either it is no longer supported or you forget where you put it and once you do find it and toss it you need it. One of Murphy's Laws.
I've been tossing power tools this week, I don't need 3 of anything, especially if it screams at me or is silent when you pull the trigger. One back up, the rest, RIP.
7 verses I know you're there behind the veil.