I don't know why I put myself through this but I will watch Animal Planet's Emergency Vets and I can't stand how sad it can make me! This show makes me cry when they show the faces of these slightly bewildered animals and then the dramatic announcer says something about how [in a deep somber voice] they just couldn't save poor [name of sick, beloved pet]. <br><br>Ah well...maybe it's mostly my hormones. <br><br>
I like watching all of them shows. Emergency Vet, Animal Cops (Houston, NY and Detroit), and anything else with doggies in it.<br><br>A lot of times they can't save the animals they rescue, but more often they DO save them and put them with foster families. It's great to see the pups after they've been cleaned up and brought back to good health...<br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
So I gather you have this strong desire to feel sad. <br><br>How can this program involving pets who are lost under supervised care be so attractive to......... oh, I get it! It's show for animal haters?! Pass the popcorn.<br><br><br><br>"640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates
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