Friday, June 14, 2019

What To Do With Pets After Kansas City Domestic Drama Harsh Times?!?!?

Pets are simple, very much like social media THOTS, KC Kitties & Doggies only "love" where their next meal is coming form . . . Nevertheless, after a brutal domestic squabble, the topic of pet custody concerns locals who have already demonstrated poor decision making skills. This missive attempts to help solve the crisis or at least provide a window into the sordid affairs of the the NEXTGEN -- Who have yet to give up on love like the rest of cynical old-ass Kansas City. Checkit:

For domestic violence victims with pets in the KC area, there are a few options - but more are needed

Photo courtesy of RedRover When Sunny moved in with her now ex-boyfriend, in 2014, she brought along her two dogs, Delilah and Abby. Things were great for the first six months. Then something changed. Sunny's boyfriend became verbally abusive toward her.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah rose brooks has been doing this for years. way to keep up with the times, pitch

Anonymous said...

The "Pet Palace" or whatever is super-fantastic for providing pet care, but perhaps RB + other DV shelters should consider directing resources to providing CHILDCARE?? (Like some other shelters in MO)

Unpaid domestic labor (especially childcare) may help launch + enable one partner's prof career but it cuts the other off at the knees--especially in a violent home. Economic disempowerment is a HUGE factor in what keeps many (overwhelmingly women) TRAPPED in these relationships in the FIRST PLACE. Shouldn't a "sanctuary" prioritize this glaring need?

can't afford childcare -> can't work -> can't make $ -> can't leave the bastard
(who doesn't pay for childcare -> b/c he doesn't want you to work -> so you can't make $ -> so you can't leave the bastard--who yes--kicks the dog around, too)