Free To Good Home—-means FREE (Craigslist IDIOTS)

From the main idiot [you go girl!]

original post:


Date: 2010-11-11, 9:29AM EST
Reply to: comm-msrxk-2054197508@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


I am so sick of all the STUPID people on here! You got the Flippers, the Humaniacs, the BYBs, etc, etc, etc!
BUT……….all of a sudden there is a HUGE increase in “Free to Good Home……………$50 re-homing fee” WTF?!?!?!? What part of FREE do you not understand?!?! If you want to sell your dog or “adopt out” your pet or “re-home” your animal—then do it–but dang STOP with the free with re-home fee. It shows that you are an IDIOT.
ALSO—to the Morons that post “MUST GO TODAY——-only $200”—-you show what an absolute LOSER you are. You took an animal and when it is not convenient for you—you just toss it out in a day’s time—for $$$$$. Too bad your Parents didn’t sell you to some 3rd World “Farmer”.

  • Location: Craigslist IDIOTS
  • it’s NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

PostingID: 2054197508

2 thoughts on “Free To Good Home—-means FREE (Craigslist IDIOTS)

  1. COMMENTS ON SELLERS LISTING PETS 4 SALE ON CL

    Yes, CL has its “rules” and these comments follow them……

    THIS is why some fees for dogs/cats are over $10:

    1. The pet is an expensive pedigree or close to a pedigree (not a mutt or an alley cat)
    2. The parrot is an expensive species
    2. The person has paid for the pet’s SHOTS
    3. The pet as gone to the vet ($35 to walk in the door, plus treatments)
    4. The person has paid for SPAYING/NEUTERING
    5. The person has HOUSETRAINED the pet.
    6. The person has taken the dog to DOG OBEDIENCE classes
    7. The person wants to avoid a FLIPPER or an ABUSER

    CL has allowed for “reimbursable” fees, check off any of the above which apply, add those fees up
    THIS is why some pets are sometimes listed for EX: $200.00 .

    Vet fees are not cheap or free. Time is money for a person too. Classes are NOT free.

    Anyone bitching about high fees should find out from the person what applies. For the idiots…not all of the above will apply to EVERY pet.

    BUYERS:

    If this is still a problem (A) Go elsewhere, (B) You may be passing up a QUALITY dog/cat (C) You cannot afford the pet in the first place (D) You want to take advantage of the Seller (E) You know nothing about the pet you WANT,. (F) You are just CHEAP

    PS: I would personally never advertise a pet on CL because of their unmonitored flagging system!
    I recommend these sites: Hoobly, SuperAds, Ebay-Classifieds, Ooodle (all free…) for selling a pet.

  2. In its earliest days, eBay was essentially unregulated. However, as the site grew, it became necessary to restrict or forbid auctions for various items. Note that some of the restrictions relate to eBay.com (the U.S. site), while other restrictions apply to specific European sites (such as Nazi paraphernalia). Regional laws and regulations may apply to the seller or the buyer. Generally, if the sale or ownership of an item is regulated or prohibited by one or more states, eBay will not permit its listing. ,’

    Go look at our new web portal too
    <http://www.healthmedicinelab.com