How Craigslist has helped to save thousands of lives on the internet.
In a new article on Pet Sematary, the website has been given a 5-star rating on Reddit.
The article was written by a reader named Paul, who is a pet owner.
The story begins with Paul being told by Craigslist that he is interested in buying a dog.
The article says that Paul’s friend, Craig, had just purchased a pet.
Paul asked if Craig could help him find out more about the animal.
Paul, who also works for a software company, said that Craig had bought a dog for him and his wife.
Paul was stunned when Craig told him that he didn’t want to buy a dog, because it would cost him money.
Paul says that Craig is a very responsible person and he wanted to help him make sure that Craig would be able to purchase a dog that was healthy and well-bred.
Paul said that he asked Craig if Craig was sure that he was qualified to buy the dog, and Craig said that the dog would be healthy and had a good pedigree.
Paul went on to ask Craig if he had any previous experience with dogs and Craig told Paul that he had been a dog trainer.
Paul told Craig that he could do some research on the dog and ask Craig to help find a breeder for the dog.
Craig told the reader that he has been a pet buyer for about 10 years and that he knows that Craig could not be a breacher because he doesn’t have a license.
Paul also asked Craig to tell him if the breeder had ever owned a dog and Craig responded that he does not have a record of owning a dog of any kind.
Paul then asked Craig how he felt about buying a pet on Craigslist, and if he would consider donating the money to help a pet that needed a new home.
Craig said that if the money is spent on a good home for the animal that he would donate it to the animal shelter.
Paul responded by saying that he doesn�t want to donate the money and he is not interested in that, but Craig still wanted to find a good breeder to adopt the dog for Craig.
Paul asked Craig whether he would be willing to donate any of the money from the sale to a pet adoption center.
Craig told Paul he would not, and Paul said that it wasn�t a good idea for him to give the money.
Paul told Craig he should consider donating to a shelter or pet rescue group, because Craig has a heart.
Paul wrote that Craig told his story because he wanted Craig to be a better person and not a dog breeder.
Paul said he told Craig not to give any money to Craig.
Craig later told Paul about the conversation with Craig, who told him how Craig would have to donate all of the profits from the purchase to a good shelter or rescue organization.
Paul ended the story by saying, “I would never put a price tag on a dog on Craigslist.”