Birmingham news Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford spark argument over getting animals stuffed MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The famous couple debated getting their pet dog stuffed after it dies
Breaking News ! Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford rowed over getting their pet dog stuffed during a debate on This Morning. The couple, who host the ITV show, didn't see eye-to-eye over the topic where Luisa Zissman's decision to preserve her dead horse. The Apprentice star revealed that she stuffed her horse after trying everything she could to keep it alive. The 33-year-old has since had him preserved so he could take pride of place in her home's entrance hall. Luisa told This Morning: "I did do every single cancer treatment you can do on a horse. He had operations, chemotherapy, special injections to ty and stop the growth but in the end they grew internally and he couldn't go to the toilet. "There was nothing more I could do and I had to have him put to sleep..." Eamonn rolled his eyes at Ruth (Image: ITV) But the married couple didn't agree with each other. "I am a great fan of this," said Eamonn, about his Border collie cross, Maggie "I am very much in favour, I have made plans for my dog.
.." He was abruptly cut off by Ruth who insisted: "You have not. Not without my say so, you haven't. "You want to do that, but I can't think of anything worse - so legally where do you stand on that?" The Sun reports that the light-hearted argument sparked a conversation about where the law stands with couple's who disagree over the issue. Eamonn asked his wife: "So you're going to put [Maggie] in a bin liner out in the back garden? Is that what you're going to do?" Ruth replied: "No, I'm going to give her a proper burial with a headstone or something to mark it.
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"I don't want a stuffed Maggie reminding me that she's not there anymore. I couldn't think of anything worse." Eamonn said: "Well I think Luisa has done an amazing thing." Ruth agreed, adding: "If it's an amazing thing for her, that's lovely." Trying to get the final word in, Eamonn cheekily said: "Well we're getting it done, we're getting it done."
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