Joyce Cameron, SC 10/21/2007 10:17:10 AM I feel most for that poor pup that's being pushed from pillar to post. If Ellen couldn't handle the pup, she should have returned it. But even greater, she should have considered the cost before she adopted. I just pray that the little fella is in a stable loving home now and won't be tramatized by this event. He must have come into this world unwanted and hopefully the person or family who has him now can give him the reassurance that he is very much wanted and loved. I have 2 rescue dogs of my own, one is 10 the other just had her 3rd birthday yesterday. They are my children. For those of us who can't have babies, furbabies are our next best thing. I would never give up a child of mine because they didn't fit my schedule. If my schedule didn't permit them, I'd do what it takes to prevent bringing one into my life. People look at animals as objects. When in fact they are real living breathing beings. There's enough children and animals out there unwanted to circle the globe a couple of times. We as adults need to be responsible. Ellen was just saying not too long ago that she wanted "Trouble" Leona Helmsleys dog. She didn't care about the money, she just wanted the dog. I'd be curious to know where she stands on that comment today.