Reblogging this post is my little way of trying to help Stitch and his caring adoptive family. Ownership only applies to property and things. Pets are part of the family and if you aren’t capable of taking care of them, let other people give them the love, care and respect they deserve as living things.
From Stitch’s Adoptive Family’s Website::
Three years ago, we adopted a sweet little dog named Stitch. The woman who owned him told us his sad story. Stitch had been passed around to several people in his first year of life – a group of young kids who were part of the Hollywood club scene. The woman’s teenage daughter had ended up with Stitch, but the girl was wild and out of control, partying, disappearing for weeks at a time with her adult boyfriend.
Stitch had been locked in the teen’s room for days without sunshine or exercise, having to relieve himself on the carpet. The daughter had taken him to a wild party where he had become so distressed that he jumped through a pane glass window to escape. And eventually, in their care, the dog ended up abandoned in the middle of a highway 10 hours away in…
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