The Not-So-Nice Little Lamb

Hi there, folks! Manny Lamb is back with a story that hurts my heart. A site visitor wrote in requesting to share an anonymous poem about a not-so-nice little lamb. Now, if you’re like me, you love lambs. I mean, Lamb is my last name. So, if you don’t want your image of lovely little lambs to be tarnished, you may not want to read this poem.

This is not a happy poem, but it does tell a story of how darkness can spread, poisoning even the most innocent of creatures. This was not one of God’s lambs. This lamb was taken by the devil. Read the poem to learn the tale of a not-so-nice little lamb.

A Fleece as Black as Hate

Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was black as hate,

And everywhere that lamby went it left destruction in its wake.

The lamb was not always so dark,

It once enjoyed frolicking in the park.

But when the children kicked and teased,

It grew hateful and began acting as viciously as it pleased.

A bite here, a head butt there, and a stomp on little toes…

It even once decided to nip a baby’s nose.

With each day, that lamb grew blacker,

A heart grew cold, surrounded by iron lacquer.  

I’d like to say that lamby learned love,

But the thing is, lamby ate a baby dove.

The lamb swallowed the bird of love and peace like a hungry cat.

You don’t come back from that.

Animals Aren’t Always What They Seem

Someone from Gross & Schuster, P.A. mentioned that people are often receiving dog bites because they approach a dog that seems friendly. Animals aren’t always what they seem. Even a little kitten can have a vicious scratch or bite. Be careful with animals; they aren’t all as innocent as they may appear and a lot of personal injury claims occur because of animal bites.


Preconceived Notions Can Be Dangerous

There is not much to be learned from this tale of a vicious lamb. But, if you look hard for a moral, you can usually find one. I’d say, don’t let preconceived notions rule you. If you had thought, “Look at that cute little lamb. I think I will go pet it.” you might have lost a finger or an eyelid. The lesson: approach all animals with caution, even fluffy lambs and bunnies.

You just never know what kind of animal you’re dealing with. This is Manny Lamb. Visit me again soon for more information about animals.

Redemption for Your Poodle Attack!

Listen, I love animals as much as the next guy (or girl), but there are times when you have to treat an animal like the wild creature it is. By that, I mean that you must realize and embrace the fact that your pet is never entirely under your control. 

Unless your animal is a goldfish or adorable bunny, there’s always a chance that most traditional pets, such as dogs, snakes, or even cats, can cause immense damage to any bystander.

Now, because you’re an avid fan of my site (like everyone else), I’m sure you’re aware of the importance of controlling your animal for the safety of others. You’re not one of those awful people who let their pets roam wherever they please and allow them the chance to hurt or even kill innocent people.

However, if you’re reading this, there is also a chance that you were the victim of someone’s stupidity. I can picture it now; it was a blazing summer day where kids were rushing toward the beach, and the weather was perfect. The waves crashed against the sand as you were on your usual jog up the boardwalk. 

Suddenly some guy with headphones on and a menacing looking poodle strolls toward you, and for whatever reason, the poodle takes a chunk out of your leg.

As the owner struggles to pull the poodle off your leg, you feel immense pain like never before, and, well, let’s just say you’re not having a good time. In the aftermath of your poodle attack, you want revenge and compensation. 

Because I don’t want to be held liable for how you interpret revenge, let’s focus on the compensation aspect of your desires. 

If you’re in the area, contacting a San Diego personal injury lawyer is the most strategic method you can pursue to obtain compensation for your severe poodle attack. The agony brought upon by such a savage beast must not stand, and as much as I love animals, there’s no excuse as to why an owner is unable to restrain their pet. 

Now, I’m no legal expert myself, but I do know that you can win compensation for your damages, such as medical bills, along with property damage. The price of recovery after an animal attack is far steeper than you would think.

And besides, who honestly has the cash to pay for random poodle attacks? Even if a poodle doesn’t cause your downfall, there are a variety of other animal attacks that will severely put a dent in your happiness. If you’re the victim of any such attack, never hesitate to obtain your redemption!