This is awful, I'm almost brought to tears by three dogs, Dora, Bruce, Barry and a ratty looking kitten on Bondi Vet. Wish I could adopt a few of them but alas, I can only donate to animal charities and try to eat less meat and more vegetarian meals because we've already adopted eight cats and it's cruel to foster or have pets if you haven't got sufficient space for them to run around and play.
Bondi Vet is a TV show about gorgeous looking vets operating on injured animals and giving them treatment. One of the vet was so empathetic that she was on the verge of tears when she was treating Dora, the dog bitten by a Red Belly snake which is one of Australia's most poisonous snake.
Wish they wouldn't cry cause it brings me to tears too >.<
The audiences are probably predominantly female because the Ad breaks are littered with female orientated Ads inbetween Ads for pet products. Ads for Razza Matazz stockings, leggings, tight jeans, hair products, Mainland cheeses and Oprah's three show finale. The target market must definitely be the female market. Those stockings look enticing and the cheese looks scrumptious...
When the advertisers are doing what they do best, which is appeal to our desire to buy their products, we need to do what we do best, ignore, ignore and ignore. If I keep repeating those words maybe it'll work >.<
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