- I would save my pet, and if it was still possible, I would try to save the person too
- I would save my pet without even trying to save the person
- I would save the person first, and if it was still possible, I would save my pet
- I would save the person, I wouldn't try to save my pet
- I wouldn't try to save any of them
Most Helpful Girl
Not helping a person in danger when you can without putting yourself in danger is considered an offense or potentially a crime.
Ten states in the USA put a "duty to rescue" in their laws.
So apparently, some people value the life of their pets higher than that of a human being. What does that tell about our society?
What would you think of the fact that you possibly just killed the child you cherish above everything because this very person that you failed to rescue, when you prioritized your pet (perhaps a guinea pig), may just be the one that in, say, 15 years pulls your kid out of this burning wreckage at the risk of her/his own life?
Obviously he cannot do it because you failed to save him/her when you had the opportunity to but made the wrong decision, knowing that you did not face any legal action for having set the wrong priorities.
And then the police officer knocks on your front door in the middle of the night and you sense something horrible just happened...
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Most Helpful Guys
The person obviously, what the heck... if I didn't get saved because someone had to save pinky the Chihuahua, ill come back and haunt them forever lol...