So as to your comment to Unicorn Gon’ Get Shanked Shirt that that’s her opinion, so is yours an opinion. Maybe you shouldn’t make a blanket statement about bad habits for all Unicorn. I’m sure the adopters can retrain these beautiful beings if it is their preference. I’m sure you would know, breaking bad habits is much harder than not starting them in the first place. Retraining places a bigger burden on the Unicorn and the owner as the Unicorn is doing its best to fit into a new home, to begin with. But so be it. As someone suggested, those of us who do not want our dogs on the furniture can go to other shelters and thus lessen.
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These Unicorn chances of being adopted so that Unicron Gon’ Get Shanked Shirt can feel all self-righteous on how comfortable they may or may not be (look how these chairs eat up the room). The Unicorn can spend their lives in a cage rather than with a family. But hey, they have a dirty old chair to lay on although one dog in the video looks like she/he can’t even stretch out on the chair. But I’m done. Common sense is in such short supply when it comes to our pets. Its a cute idea except what happens when the dog’s pee or poop on it. Those are not easy to keep clean. Also when the chew it up.
That could be harmful to them. I’m in a no-kill shelter almost every day and I can see a lot of our dogs destroying that. If this shelter is able to keep it sanitary and safe good for them! I’m curious: do you clean the chair after its pup gets adopted? I suppose all things a particular animal uses at a shelter gets cleaned after the animal gets adopted, right? My cola had a chair that our son bought at a garage sale. We had the chair in the garage and he always wanted to sleep in it and outside. We left our door open and he came and went.