Monday, 26 March 2007

Oh Hell, what have I done?

I've got a few things to blog about today, some good, some not so good. Thought I'd split them up else it will just be a bit long I think.

Well this one is I wish I could control my temper a bit more and learn to keep my big trap shut. It's been a glorious day here, been out all day with my mate Pat and Ben. Anyway got back, she left and I went to get the washing in. The dog that lives behind was barking and barking at the door to be let in. Okay, no worries. But when it was still doing it two hours later, and I was doing things out in the garden, and the neighbour who actually lives next door had been out to try and calm the poor thing, I had enough. I went indoors and phoned up and asked to speak to the man of the house. The turd of the house, the boy who likes to shoot birds in my garden with his airgun answered, and said his dad wasn't there. So I asked why he had left his dog outside barking and crying for two hours. He said "because I have left him outside" Yeah right. So I said you're not being fair, its unacceptable. He slammed the phone down and presumably got the dog in because it stopped. Now I am crapping myself that I will get repercussions of course. What the hell is up with that boy? He has behavourial problems for sure. Poor bloody dog, it's a border collie, fairly old I think, but it never, ever gets taken for a walk. An old boy used to do that and have him all day I think, but he died last year. Was I out of order? Is it fair on the dog or the neighbours to have a dog barking non-stop and howling and crying, when the owner is inside, ignoring it? Should I forget it now? Should I tell his dad and risk more trouble? Don't know what to do now. :(

4 comments:

oldcrow61 said...

You did the right thing Jan. What a bloody idiot that kid is. Makes me sick just thinking about him. If the parents are anything like the boy it would probably be useless to talk to them.

Leazwell said...

Not at all out of order and yes you should tell his dad.

nicola said...

dont worry jan i doubt he will do anything

Boo said...

I'd have rung the RSPCA or Dog Trust!