Mindset of thieves hard to fathom

ONCE again, another Bundaberg family is faced with a frantic search for their stolen dogs.

I'll say it again: why do people think it's okay to steal other people's pets?

It's clear that they were well looked after, had a loving home and attentive owners, so why did someone feel the need to take them?

Imagine if everyone went through life with that mindset: "I like the look of that; I think I'll take it."

Yes, I appreciate there are some people who do think like that, but thankfully they are in the minority.

I just can't understand people who think it's okay to steal things that people have worked hard for - whether it's possessions or pets.

Pure-bred pets don't come cheap and obviously that's part of the appeal for the thieves - the potential to make money from these poor animals that have been stolen from their owners.

People really need to find something more productive to do with their lives if all they can accomplish is making other's lives miserable.



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