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Young Boy Denounces His Mother On Reddit For Covertly Returning His First Pet

Not only do people who live alone require pets as companions, but families also need such sweet angelic creatures to become the spiritual guardians of their home. On

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Not only do people who live alone require pets as companions, but families also need such sweet angelic creatures to become the spiritual guardians of their home. On the other hand, not everyone living under the same roof shares the same feelings regarding these domestic animals. In addition, the duties associated with the family pets need to be completed and distributed fairly among all family members. What happens if the members of the household can’t agree on anything and end up changing their minds about whether or not they want to keep the pets? Will it result in a pitiful family dispute in addition to an uncertain future for the poor little beast? Let’s find out what Reddit thinks of the story we’re about to tell you by reading it all the way through from beginning to end, shall we?

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The original poster is a young man who goes by the handle u/Bucket0fMilk for his Reddit user account. He denounced his mother’s heartless act to the spicy subreddit community r/mildlyinfuriating with a screencap of their conversation. She had mentioned that she would adore having a dog, so after suggesting the idea to them, they went to the neighborhood animal shelter and got a dog they named Chase. The child’s new furry friend brought him happiness, and he was content and delighted with him.

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After a month had passed, Chase’s mother finally took him to the groomer. Even though seven days had passed since that day, the OP had still not seen the puppy return home. He questioned her via text message. She responded by saying that she had reconsidered her decision to adopt Chase and had consequently taken him back to the animal shelter. Because she had done it without giving him any prior warning or the opportunity to say goodbye to the puppy, he was extremely dissatisfied. The fact that his mother had nothing more to say to him than a brief “oh well” only served to make him even more irate.

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The overwhelming majority of responses on Reddit placed blame on the original poster’s mother for being a controlling and absent parent. They didn’t see the point in her taking away such a happy and loyal friend for her son, so they stopped her. They assumed she was irresponsible of her child and the poor pet. Aside from that, they comforted the child and explained that it would be best if someone like her did not own a pet in the future. They felt bad for the OP and wished the puppy had a friend who was better than them.

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On the other hand, a lot of people didn’t believe the story that the OP was telling. They came to the conclusion that the boy was either being dishonest about his affection for the animal or was acting the whole thing out. They questioned the OP by asking why, if he truly cared for Chase, he was unable to notice and mention the dog’s absence earlier. They believed that he would have done so. They speculated that the boy simply desired to cuddle and play with the puppy, and that he would leave his mother in charge of all pet-related responsibilities; this led his mother to rethink her decision. In addition, a brief conversation that is devoid of any additional information or specifics is unable to clarify the entire complex. In the end, the OP came to the conclusion that when he turned eighteen years old, he would relocate and adopt Chase once more.

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