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Permission to read new sub-forum "AnimalRescue"

Postby joe817 » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:29 pm

I would like to think that as forum member, I would be able to at least view the newest sub-forum, but I am not able to do so, because the message reads: "You do not have permission to view this forum..."or words to that effect. Is this a closed sub-forum??

No one that I know is more active in animal rescue than my family. We collectively have rescued 3 dogs in the past 2 years and have adopted them with great pleasure and love. In fact, out of the 4 dogs we had in 2013, one died of old age(RIP Toby), one perished in our house fire(RIP Sadie), and the other 2 are still with us.

I simply ask............why?
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Re: Permission to read new sub-forum "AnimalRescue"

Postby Charles L. Cotton » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:51 pm

joe817 wrote:I would like to think that as forum member, I would be able to at least view the newest sub-forum, but I am not able to do so, because the message reads: "You do not have permission to view this forum..."or words to that effect. Is this a closed sub-forum??

No one that I know is more active in animal rescue than my family. We collectively have rescued 3 dogs in the past 2 years and have adopted them with great pleasure and love. In fact, out of the 4 dogs we had in 2013, one died of old age(RIP Toby), one perished in our house fire(RIP Sadie), and the other 2 are still with us.

I simply ask............why?


I have no idea why it isn't like every other forum, but I'll check.

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Re: Permission to read new sub-forum "AnimalRescue"

Postby joe817 » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:53 pm

Charles L. Cotton wrote:
joe817 wrote:I would like to think that as forum member, I would be able to at least view the newest sub-forum, but I am not able to do so, because the message reads: "You do not have permission to view this forum..."or words to that effect. Is this a closed sub-forum??

No one that I know is more active in animal rescue than my family. We collectively have rescued 3 dogs in the past 2 years and have adopted them with great pleasure and love. In fact, out of the 4 dogs we had in 2013, one died of old age(RIP Toby), one perished in our house fire(RIP Sadie), and the other 2 are still with us.

I simply ask............why?


I have no idea why it isn't like every other forum, but I'll check.

Chas.


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Re: Permission to read new sub-forum "AnimalRescue"

Postby Charles L. Cotton » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:56 pm

joe817 wrote:
Charles L. Cotton wrote:
joe817 wrote:I would like to think that as forum member, I would be able to at least view the newest sub-forum, but I am not able to do so, because the message reads: "You do not have permission to view this forum..."or words to that effect. Is this a closed sub-forum??

No one that I know is more active in animal rescue than my family. We collectively have rescued 3 dogs in the past 2 years and have adopted them with great pleasure and love. In fact, out of the 4 dogs we had in 2013, one died of old age(RIP Toby), one perished in our house fire(RIP Sadie), and the other 2 are still with us.

I simply ask............why?


I have no idea why it isn't like every other forum, but I'll check.

Chas.


Please......and thank you.


Try it now. Also see if you can post.

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Re: Permission to read new sub-forum "AnimalRescue"

Postby jmra » Thu Jul 09, 2015 10:00 pm

I was able to view and post.
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