- A local woman was terribly sad to discover that her beloved uncle decided to feast on her pet rabbit
- Some local Twitter users find the post funny and say they would have done the same because a rabbit produces a delicious stew
- Briefly News looks at this unique story from a Tshwane-based lady who says her dad broke the bad news to her
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A local lady is so disappointed as she discovered her uncle had a feast on her pet. The Twitter account holder is so disappointed to the extent she headed to social media.
@PaulinaM1306 says she bought herself a rabbit as a pet but her father had just called to break the news that her uncle just ate it. The woman is now wondering who can eat a pet but Mzansi social networkers are sharing words of comfort.
Briefly News also takes a look at the reactions from local peeps who also say they would also eat the beautiful pet. The woman wrote on the timeline:
“So I bought myself a rabbit… forgot it back home and this morning my dad tells me my uncle ate my rabbit. Who eats a pet?”
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The post reads:
“I would have done the same l had three, ate em all last December very tasty those ones.....and the meat is soo soft...”
“Soon you'll be eating crocodile.”
“Askies. Someone wants to bring his rabbits to my house when he goes on festive holidays and I told him that am going to eat the rabbit’s meat is very nice when grilled.
“If I was your uncle, even if you didn't forget it at home, I would have followed you and stole it, rabbit stew is elite.”
“Only dogs and cats are classified as pets for black people. The rest are food.”
“What? My daughter had one, we used to take him with us whenever we go to Mpumalanga and everyone would joke about eating him. All I could say is just dare! People will see you hopping around."
“Hebanna. He doesn't know that rabbits are also kept as pets. I know there are people who still hunt those in the bushes but most of those that are kept as pets are mostly white, unlike the wild ones.”
“Someone’s dog ate my car”: Woman shares snap of ripped up vehicle, Mzansi offers advice
Looking at another story on pets, Briefly News published that it's a dog-eat-dog world for @MakukuleZamo (Zamo). The local mom shared a snap of her car which looked like it had been through the most.
Half of the front bumper just under the light is completely ripped apart. Zamo was absolutely devastated as she revealed that an unidentified person's dog had attacked her car.
She pleaded with social media peeps to keep their animals in their yard, adding that every time she looks at her car she has the urge to cry. She wrote:
"If you are going to have dogs keep them in your own yard. Someone’s dog ate my car. Every time I look at it I wanna cry."
Source: Briefly News