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Old 11-02-2005, 01:55 PM   #1
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one more weird story

talk about the road to hell being paved with good intentions......


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“It’s a predator, it’s got vicious teeth and if it bites you in the wrong place, it could kill you”........I 'll have to remember that 8O 8O
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Old 11-02-2005, 02:36 PM   #2
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I remember when a friend's dog got hit by a car. It was in the middle of the street unable to walk. She insisted on going out to help it. We told her not to go near him. Of course she ignored us and got bit anyways. After getting stitches in place she realized that the dog didn't realize that she was trying to sympathize/help it.

That lady was stupid for trying to help the seal. Her best bet would be to call somebody with knowledge, experience, and proper equipment for such things. I'd say she got lucky for only getting just her nose bit off.
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Animals - especially undomesticated ones - are dangerous when they're wounded. As far as they know, a sympathetic human offering assistance could very well be a predator coming to finish it off.
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I have got to admit, I am a softie, I would've tried to help the animal too, regaurdless of the danger... However I wouldnt put my face so near it though!
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8O OMG thats terrible that is like the chimpanzee incident!!
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She probably tried to snuggle with it and pet it like a dog before it chomped her nose off.
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