Skip to comments.Lena Dunham & Her Dog Betrayal Scandal are Just a Symptom of the Callous Nature of the Modern Left
Posted on 07/07/2017 4:00:32 PM PDT by davikkm
If you havent heard this yet, the sorry excuse known as Lena Dunham has created yet another micro-scandal by sending her dog back to a shelter after four years. She said that after four years of challenging behavior and aggression that could not be treated with training or medication or consistent loving dog ownership, Lamby went to live at an amazing professional facility in Los Angeles. But this is a lie. She is so determined to maintain her public persona that she spins webs of deceit; unfortunately for her, others are not willing to uphold her deception.
She said: after four years of challenging behavior and aggression that could not be treated with training or medication or consistent loving dog ownership, Lamby went to live at an amazing professional facility in Los Angeles. According to her, the challenging behavior came from Lamby suffering terrible abuse as a pup, making him dangerous to people.
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Maybe Lamby is a conservative. Hope he finds a nice loving forever family.
True, but this freak is super-duper extra-vacuous. In fact, she makes a living and gains her celebrity from it.
"The point is that she represents the incredibly vacuous and disposable age we are living in. Real connections m(e)an nothing to these people and all can be sacrificed on the altar of their egos."
That's an excellent description of the sort of folks who embrace democrat fascist machine and all the suck up SJWs that try so hard to win favor with the fascists.
Lena said an unborn baby was a “parasite” on the mother.
No surprise how she treats any living creature.
Lamby wouldn’t put up with her trademark molestation?
She’s in CONSTANT selfies grabbing him around the head and neck.
Now she’s really done bad. She’s mistreated a dog. Banish her.
Botticelli, or is it Titian, whatever, neither are amused.
I'd go with sociopathic.
Oh, I thought it was something else about Lena and her dog.
What an ugly human, inside and out. So rotten to the core.
You’re nicer than I am ;-)
The latest addition to the family. . .straight from the animal shelter. My brother said there was a Doogie (my 2 year old/over 100 lb dogs name that someone hit) at the dog pound and thought it was a beagle. I felt led to investigate. A beagle??? NOT. A Brittany Spaniel type. . .someone cut off his tail I think. . .brown and creamy white. . .and not little. He is two Doggie Dogs lengthwise and almost twice Doggie Dogs height. . . . Ok. . .so far not quite as destructive as the other Doogie which did thousands of dollars of damage. This one has racked up about $250 so far that I know of. There is not a person that has come to the house that is not his friend. . .so much so he follows them down the lane. Just a few minutes ago the UPS man (Delivering what else? Dog food.) thought he was a good dog and petted him. Doogie was taking it in royally. When he started to leave. . .Doogie was on his trail. I had to have the UPS man come back and we let him on the landing until the truck was well down the road. He is all over the place. He likes his two blankets, all the limbs in the yard, he chewed up my plant blanket that I had on top of the pen for shade and has literally taken off with potted plants I have out trying to grow from being dormant inside this winter. It has been disheartening to see the trails of soil leading to the unpotted plants. Doggie Dog is overwhelmed at this point. . . .The cats. . .well they have not adjusted. This is the last day for the no questions asked Doogie return. I think Doogie is a keeper. PS. . .something told me to go outside before hitting the button on this e-mail. Just as I suspected he had torn into the heavy big box the UPS man left containing canned dog food and packages of soft doggie treats (bought especially for Doggie Dog that has several teeth missing). He had one of the treat bags out trying to get it open. I arrived in the nick of time. I think Doogie is still a keeper.
My last four dogs were “rescues” and each one has been different...and LOVED.
Best wishes on your new addition!
((((HUGS FROM PENNY AND ME!)))
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