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Killing and eating a rat....

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Any thoughts? Can't see a problem myself.
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Any thoughts? Can't see a problem myself.
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
what you do in your private life is yr buisness :p
#2
I don't see a problem with it personally :)
#3
Guess this is the I'm a Celeb row.

I can't see the problem, especially in a show where in other segments they eat live bugs and insects.
#4
not something I'd anticipate doing but what the heck :p
#5
Hang on i've just thought about this and "i dont mind chewing on a rat " :w00t:
suspended#6
Well i think it's because they did it in a national park, with domesticated rats. so it's a bit like eating a cat in that sense.
It's the show producers fault though for 1. releasing the rats into the camp. and 2. giving permission for them to eat the rat.
#7
peodude
Guess this is the I'm a Celeb row.

I can't see the problem, especially in a show where in other segments they eat live bugs and insects.


Yeah. They were biting the heads off living things and eating them. What's the difference? Old ratty's just a vermin anyway.
#8
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39791000/jpg/_39791435_dyke_rat.jpg
#9
I'd lock up all those wild animal things, some of them actually eat other ones alive, the barbarians.
#10
I wonder what all these rat supporters would do if they found one in their house, the old mouse trap would soon come out.
#11
I thought this was going to be a BG1 thread :-D
#12
Circle of life.

I don't see an issue with it either...they were hungry, used their intuition...good on them.
#13
strange.

but who knows, rats have feelings too I guess.
#14
I suppose it all comes down to whether the pair realised that it was a 'studio' in a controlled zone with controlled animals or not.

I could quite legally go out tomorrow and catch a rabbit to eat. However, i wouldn't be able to grab one from a hutch.
#15
peodude
I suppose it all comes down to whether the pair realised that it was a 'studio' in a controlled zone with controlled animals or not.

I could quite legally go out tomorrow and catch a rabbit to eat. However, i wouldn't be able to grab one from a hutch.


But if you were hungry, the hutch is just an obstacle to the food, you'd still eat it right? Is there a law against eating pets?
#16
Make sure you cook it first.
#17
Shengis;7148469
But if you were hungry, the hutch is just an obstacle to the food, you'd still eat it right? Is there a law against eating pets?

There are laws regarding killing and eating livestock but I don't think a dog and cat come under that catergory.
In the UK animals must be killed on licensed premises and must first be stunned - normally with a bolt to the head.
#18
Don't forget that this is not UK law, but Australian law. I know in America killing any animal that can be classed as pet is illegal.

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