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Posted Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Pittsboro, NC - Tom Glendinning, you sir, have gone ahead and done it. You have made the people at Guardians of Angels aware of a serious moral problem that plagues this county and needs immediate attention. This Crisis is too severe to take the time to educate people about the physical and psychological harm it may cause. Terry Dorsey and the Guardians of Angels group must act immediately and hammer the commissioners to pass a law that bans putting a tutu on a pig within Chatham County.
Stay tuned to the next emergency meeting of the Guardians of Angels at the Pittsboro Roadhouse to discuss "No Tutus on Pigs!". Pet therapists will be available to “discuss” the issue with any tutu’d pigs.
(Note: No bacon or pork menu items will be served at the restaurant during this meeting. This will be done in order to not offend any swine that may be present. Pig lipstick will be available for a nominal fee.)
From the June 17th Chatham Chatlist -
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 12:52:21 -0400
From: “Tom Glendinning”
Subject: Dog Ordinance – tethering
8. Chatham is not a suburb of Chicago. A pet ordinance in this rural county is akin to putting a tutu on a pig.
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