Okay I'm not going to have a popular response here.
Many people, rescues and breeders rehome their bulldogs using social media. English bulldog news alone is considered social media and people and rescues, using this site, on many occasions found great homes for bulldogs.
Every rescue organization out there has profiles for adoptable bulldogs on Facebook and twitter.
With that being said, I think the problem here is not rehoming on twitter necessarily, but how it was done!!!
With posts that say:
@KendrickPerkins: @itsnewman88 do you want him bro come get him right now if you seriously
@KendrickPerkins: Do anybody wants him seriously he needs to be gone by tomorrow
@KendrickPerkins: I just don't want to sell him but we don't have time for him taking bids now
It is easy to disregard his post that says:
@KendrickPerkins: I will work with the family who wants him 1,500 is the asking price but we can negotiate the price. Just want him to have a good family
In his case his posts were made in very bad taste, as if he was selling a used TV.
I took snapshots of the posts. Sorry but I feel he got all the grief he deserved for being so uncaring.
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