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Are pets prisoners to their owner?
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United States KKonian 
If a dog is not let outside without a leash on, and stopped if they try to run away are they technically held prisoners to their owner? Same with any other animal that is not allowed to leave the house
2020-08-08 22:13
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#1
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United Kingdom KieranFR
Go to bed
2020-08-08 22:14
its the middle of the day
2020-08-08 22:15
i doubt they are intelligent enough to think about that stuff they probably just want food to be happy
2020-08-08 22:14
#3
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Mexico Jaksin
Yes, but in all fairness they'd probably die without an owner
2020-08-08 22:14
#20
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Netherlands HetIsPatat
nt, that's what human slave owners argued as well.
2020-08-08 23:20
wow cotgratz you keep growing your iq
2020-08-08 22:15
In french the owner of a pet is called "maïtre" which means "master". Tells you a lot about the relationship. In italian "Padrone" which designates the ruler of a house
2020-08-08 22:16
#7
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Russia Drapery
Yes they are but it doesn't mean anything
2020-08-08 22:17
Pets are pets and if you want to remove them from humans that will mean essentially killing all of them. They don't exist by themselves, no place in nature for them. Dogs especially, as they are perverted wolves that exist to serve men.
2020-08-08 22:18
wtf is that last sentence
2020-08-08 22:19
Perverted also means something thats been deviated from the original course/objective
2020-08-08 23:11
#10
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Hong Kong shmilx
Idk, are severely mentally handicapped adults prisoners of their mental ward? Interesting thought tho
2020-08-08 22:20
Its probably best for them but yes they are
2020-08-08 22:22
#13
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Hong Kong shmilx
Then in the same way dogs as pets would be the same for the most part, but I would more call it a symbiotic relationship, the dog provides happiness, the human provides food/protection etc. the same as a handicapped person provides a job for someone, the person looking after them is their protector/guardian. Plus you have to factor in whether the dog actually WANTS to be in that relationship, I once accidentally locked my dog outside my apartment and he waited an hour and half to come back in, whether that was because he was fearful of the consequences (I doubt, we spoiled him lol) or because he liked, it there we can never be sure.
2020-08-08 23:01
yes but they develop Stockholm syndrome very fast
2020-08-08 22:20
what about toddlers are they prisoners too ?
2020-08-08 23:07
They get free food, free shelter, they dont have to fight against other dogs or they dont have to make any effort to survive. If anything, their owners are saving them from street life
2020-08-08 23:08
#17
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Brazil Criolinho
they want to sex with my leg, is my leg a rape victim?
2020-08-08 23:14
#18
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Poland MAXINITY_
+1 lol
2020-08-08 23:17
Most pets have lost the ability to survive on their own so I wouldn't consider them prisoners, honestly. They are not being kept against their will, as you can see by unleashed cats and dogs returning to/staying with their owners
2020-08-08 23:20
yes
2020-08-08 23:46
my dog used to run away whenever he could. like, he thinks in his head: "im free, fy biach, catch me if you can!!!" ... and then 1 hour latter he is at the gate like, "omg pls let me in, it smells so nice in there. i so sorry. LET ME IN FFS!!!" next time he runs i am not gonna accept him back. make up your mind toto.
2020-08-09 15:44
#26
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Slovenia evrazem2k
so kids under 18 are also prisoners
2020-08-09 15:50
#27
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Brazil eumesmo
yes
2020-08-09 15:51
if this a philosophy question?? Then you should ask does freedom really exist? You should ask if it exists is it good?? The thing is the natural order is "chaos" so freedom leads to chaos and chaos harm everything.
2020-08-09 18:40
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