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By Anonymous - / Saturday 14 May 2016 10:34 / United States - Lubbock
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By  EwahWeeWah  |  21

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By  EwahWeeWah  |  21

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to be fair the vet probably would've just put it down too, considering it's probably a wild rabbit. the husband just put it out of its misery sooner. doesn't make up for him being a useless moocher though

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  Weasely  |  11

The big difference is that he didn't do it out of mercy, but selfishness and with a clear lack of empathy. And if the vet couldn't take care of it they probably would've called a wildlife rehab place.

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  zacaroni  |  13

I completely agree with you

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  LyingBlood  |  8

you do realize rabbit are harder to take care of than you think. he saved them money also considering only one of them is working. one rabbit doesn't mean anything when rabbit can produce over a hundred offspring in a month

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  pilows  |  7

It was by the side of the road 77, so it had probably been hit and was in pain. To me, extending the pain is cruel. I think it was the right thing to do, but for the wrong reasons.

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  acerredrum  |  23

78 is a psychic vet, able to see the state of an animal from across the country and diagnose it with a thought. Was it a vet that just had an injured foot? I'm not sure, lets ask 78.

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  LyingBlood  |  8

really? my wannabe vet friend said hundreds of rabbits are born a month between a male and female. guess I need to tell her she is wrong. but either way. it would have died from an injury. rabbits have weak Constitutions

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  tomvertigo  |  17

We do not have the whole story. They may have been fighting for months about other stuff and this pushed OP over the edge. I hate to tell anyone who says "take it to the vet" this but the vet will put it down - 100% guaranteed. They will do the same for stray cats and dogs. Even if OP footed the bill, unfortunately... they can't put it up for adoption because it's wild. Unless OP adopted it, it was dying either way. That's the reality of it all. OP framed what he said with a lot of personal information and it makes him look worse. If this post read "Today, my husband saw an injured rabbit on the side of the road and snapped it's neck instead of taking it to the vet to get put down" a lot of you would think differently.

By  WreckeRalph36  |  18

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  jaredofmo  |  22

Three years. If you can't find a job in that time, you really aren't trying. Most people would be happy to take a fast food or janitor position at minimum wage these days vs. making no money at all.

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

Unfortunately I know of a few people who will refuse jobs they consider below them. They also happen to only have a high school diploma, if that..so yeah. Some people are very entitled unfortunately.

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  rsue  |  12

Actually, most lower end jobs won't TAKE you if you're overqualified. I had to take my college degree OFF my application to get Target to call me back. That said, him talking about "my money" when he hasn't been working is still bullshit. But the "unemployed for three years" part is amazingly the only thing about this story that doesn't (automatically at least) make him a useless fuckweasel.

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  gracehi  |  31

Exactly, 84. No doubt OP has been contemplating divorce for a long time and it was this incident that made her say say, "Yep. I am so done with this bullshit."

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Don't be so quick to judge in the job department. Location matters a lot there. It took me six years of actively applying and trying before I got one. And that was applying for whatever I good get, no being picky involved.

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Snapping a wild animals neck isn't that big of a deal, especially in the South. Of course I would have also brought the rabbit home to cook it...

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  maikeru1979  |  17

see this all the time here in Montana right now. my town has been overrun by wild rabbits(I mean 30 baby kits being born every 2 weeksON A SINGLE LOT, now multiply that by 10-20 lots that are infested) If you do not keep wild rabbits under control they will outnumber people VERY QUICKLY

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  acerredrum  |  23

Killing an animal for food is one thing, snapping the neck of the animal your wife is planning on saving while she watches because you don't want her wasting 'your' money when you haven't worked in three years is an entirely different thing.

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  anlong93  |  9

Worse, he was CASUALLY snapping the rabbit's neck. I'm surprised he didn't just toss it aside afterward, too, while asking OP what she was making for dinner.

By  TheSiraffe  |  16

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  rldostie  |  19

Some rabbits can be useful, some dogs aren't, and some people aren't productive at all. The second we decide to be okay with exterminating based on "usefulness" is the second we start sliding down a slippery slope.

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  JohnTheDonJuan  |  11

It's called population control... It's why we have hunting seasons, so we can stop wild animals from over-reproducing and infesting an area. Think whatever you'd like about it, but it's necessary. Unless you'd like to roadkill deer and rabbit and alot of other animals constantly.

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  Fairyjoshy  |  13

Yeah, the thing about population control? You should need a license to do it. I understand some states don't - which just allows the budding psychopaths like the OP's husband to practice their cruelty on animals before they graduate onto humans.

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