Dog Clings To Owner At The Shelter Because He Knew He Was Being Surrendered

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Interestingly, Wilson also considers fashion through the psychoanalytical perspective but unlike Gilbert she examines it in terms of its historic relationship with the western world and how individuals react with one another as a result of dress. For example, especially throughout the last few centuries people have dressed themselves in accordance with their place in society. Wilson provides the example of a woman dressed “Chic” and how it might as well be the uniform “of the rich, chilling, anti-human and rigid.” The stereotypes associated with dress have the ability to create tension amongst individuals and groups dressed differently. However, in recent years this has become less of an issue as a result of modern mass production, as a greater amount of individuals now have access to more fashionably styled clothing. In fact, Wilson argues that as a result of mass production which has made it more difficult to differentiate between class statuses, consumers are stepping out of their shells and using style as a way of expressing individuality which has created a movement of counter-cultural solidari

Dogs know things. We don’t give them enough credit. This poor dog just knew why he and his owner were at the Stanislaus Animal Services Agency in Modesto, California. He knew that his owner was planning just to leave him there. He clung to her. Nancy Klein was leaving the shelter when she happened upon the sad scene.

The dog’s owner was moving, and the dog wasn’t allowed in the new home, so he had to be surrendered. After meeting Nancy the dog, Moses, crawled into her lap hoping she would take him home – he didn’t want to stay at the shelter. Moses had already lived at the shelter; he had been adopted from one just about a year ago.