Wooooow. I didn't see that one coming.
Seriously? That is so strange. A whole bunch of parents spoiling their kids and threatening the wildlife. Crazy. I think there might be a market for robot like Hedwigs. *scratches head at the stupidity of people*
I'd like to have an owl for a pet. But, I know better. Parents need to learn how to tell their kids no.
I've always thought owls were cool. But, as Quinn suggested, I had parents who not only knew how to say no but raised me to be smart enough to not ask for stupid things like pet owls.Hmm. I presume my wife realizes I'm joking when I talk about a pet panda...
I've always wanted to have an owl pet, but being able to raise them is a different matter altogether.
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*sigh*I can see wanting to have an owl . . . but do people really need to go out and actually get one?
Oh the poor owls. Anything for a Harry Potter headline eh?
J.K. Rowling never meant to spark such insanity I'm sure. And a nocturnal bird of prey as a pet for a child???? When will people learn?
Ummm one, owls as pets... probably not a great idea. Also, that's insane! What a crazy heading. Thanks for sharing.
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