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Service Dog Disrupts Cats Performance

Thursday, December 7, 2017 10:33
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You know the service animal phenomenon has gotten out of control when someone brings a dog to a performance of Cats — with predictable results:

Spies at the Neil Simon Theatre tell us an audience member’s service dog “got away from its owner and ran after [the character] Bombalurina, performed by actress Mackenzie Warren, during the opening number.”

Those with service dogs (or hopefully diaper-wearing service ponies, if they are Muslim) can bring their pet to even the most inappropriate places, on the grounds that they have something wrong with them and therefore are absolved from following rules, everyone else’s interests being subordinated to their own. This may make sense for the blind, but politically correct reverence for handicappedness has extended the concept even to people who need their 300-lb pet pig with them on airline flights to “relieve stress.”

Fortunately, incidents like the one at the Cats performance will not occur when liberal utopia is achieved, because dogs and cats will undergo mandatory conflict resolution seminars until they learn to get along.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.



Source: http://moonbattery.com/?p=90407

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