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Why are strangers adding me to Google +? I feel frustrated that I have to maintain another social network if only for the sole purpose of blocking creepies.
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Maybe I'll create a Stalker circle and send the misinformation. :) [EDIT] I meant that as a joke initially, but I'm actually going to do it. Then at least I keep track of who they are.
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ANOTHER social network, weeeeeee
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I already feel tired.
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Fetch pet care is a huge, national franchised dog sitting company and they have very little insurance if they injure your pet. I found out this in the most heart-breaking way. Last December, we left our dog under their care, and one of their pet sitters let our dog off-leash, unattended in our neighbor's yard, where he fell through a broken fence (20 feet) and sustained terrible head and lung injuries. Fetch paid only a small portion of the bill and only did so after I signed a waiver saying I wouldn't sue them for the rest. I was so distraught and needed the money for his vet bills, I signed. I ended up getting a credit card and putting thousands more in vet bills on it to care for my injured dog. 6 months later, he finally had too many seizures and contracted pnemonia, so we put him down. I got pet insurance after this ordeal, but because of the injuries caused by Fetch, they were considered "pre-existing conditions" and the pet insurance paid for nothing. Thanks to Fetch, I am now without my dog and in thousands of dollars of debt. DO NOT use Fetch pet care, do your research and make sure you find a sitter that will pay all the vet bills if they injure your pet. I live in San Francisco, in the Inner Richmond. The franchise that took care of my dog was supposedly Nob Hill, but Fetch is all the same company, Paul Mann, the owner, personally told me he "couldn't afford" to pay the vet bills. I have a feeling he has a lot more money than I do.
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