Unimpressed by the conversation, the shelter volunteer ended the chat
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Entitled choosing beggars should pay more because talking to them is a task
If they really wanted Leo, what stopped them from adopting him? Wouldn't it be sad if Leo had been there for a whole year?
There were so many ways to inquire about a specific animal you wanted to adopt without the conversation ending like this. Demanding that the volunteer take Leo from the family that adopted him because choosing beggar wants him more is beyond ridiculous.
They do seem like a pet owner who only dotes on the animals when they are adorable and small
That's great news for Mimi! I wonder if Mimi's owner knows her friend behaved this way. I don't think she would approve of their entitlement.
They are misguided for sure. They can't seem to understand the concept of a cat they saw a year ago already having an owner.
Their whining didn't work. Oh, I know, let me harass a volunteer about getting a real job. Then, I can imply that they are misappropriating funds to add to their income. Maybe they will then give me the cat that I want. Brilliant.
It's people like this choosing beggar who give humans a bad name
It makes you think why this aspiring pet owner isn't willing to go through the proper process of adopting an animal. They were even talking about their friend's credentials instead of their own.
They really thought an animal shelter is like a store where all breeds are available to you as long as you have money or audacity
It's CB who needs to get a real job if they have this much time to complain about a non-profit organization when they won't give in to their unreasonable demands
The CB should thank the shelter volunteer for not putting them on a permanent "Do not adopt to" list after that conversation. Fortunately, Leo was adopted by someone worthy of him instead of this entitled person who doesn't seem to have the characteristics of a good pet owner.