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Cockroach therapy. by johnnythemonkey on 18 August 2010 12:49am
 
This is a relatively new charity that's been set up to take cockroaches to visit childrens wards and nursing homes. It takes tame roaches to visit the kids ( some owners even put little masks etc on their pets, LOL, bless them. )
The idea of the therapy is to put these kids and old folk at ease around cockroaches and to demonstrate their friendliness and easy nature ( through stroking and petting. )

This has been proven through the testimony of many healthcare professionals, to enable the clients to return home and live in harmony with cockroaches.

Please lend any support you can to this worthwhile cause.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by kazzzz on 18 August 2010 2:47am
 
I'll donate some cockroach bait.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by sighthound on 18 August 2010 3:18am
 
Well, with rogue countries getting atomic bombs and the fact that cockroaches can survive nuclear war, I think it is a very good idea to make friends with cockroaches.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by tucsonmike on 19 August 2010 3:47am
 
LOL! Be kind to your ugly cockroach pals, LOL! For they may be somebody's mother.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by peripatetically on 25 August 2010 12:04am
 
Give me a break.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by johnnythemonkey on 25 August 2010 1:48am
 
http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/10/31/cockroaches-reconsidered/
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by kazzzz on 25 August 2010 3:11am
 
Is it true that Scottish cockroaches wear nothing under their kilts?
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by johnnythemonkey on 28 August 2010 2:16am
 
We don't have cockroaches in Scotland.
We have midges......trillions of them.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by Ken Dunn on 28 August 2010 4:25am
 
If it's true, you've got to say, only in America?!
How about reconsidering spiders or snakes, some of which are very poisonous!?
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I agree with peri. and kazzzz.
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It only goes to show the type of stuff some of the press/media write to do a bit of scaremongering.
 
Re: Cockroach therapy. by Spursfan on 28 August 2010 9:47am
 
No, Ken - this has come from the imagination of Mr J. T. Monkey, in response to someone's comment about dogs being taken into hospitals etc. He is trying to belittle the work these dogs do (saying that they are a health risk etc.)

Pathetic.

That's why I haven't bothered to comment before, but thought I ought to enlighten you.

 
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