BEDMINSTER, N.J. — The word “bitch” is a word that’s been in the headlines for quite some time.
The word was first used by British writer and artist, James Joyce, in The Divine Comedy, which he wrote in the 1920s.
Joyce used the word to describe a woman in love with another woman.
But the word hasn’t always been as well-known as it is today, and people aren’t necessarily aware of it.
And, as with most words, people’s opinions on it can vary.
But there are some very well-informed people who don’t want to see it used as an insult.
And that’s the situation with Betta breeding.
A website called “Betta Breeders” claims to be the only online hub where people can “adopt and raise” their own “queen cat,” or “bondi,” or any of the breeds of exotic cats.
According to the site, “betta” refers to the breed of cat that originated in Italy and is often described as “fiercely loyal and protective.”
But it’s also a word with a certain stigma attached to it.
“It’s a word which is associated with violence and oppression, especially among men and particularly among those who are perceived as less privileged,” said Andrea DellaFava, the founder and CEO of the site.
“The word betta has been associated with cruelty, sexual abuse and murder.
It has been used as a derogatory word, and its history of violence is a legacy of that.”
The site offers an explanation for this, but it’s not very specific.
“There’s a stigma associated with the word bettas and it’s a very important reason why it’s been taken to such extremes,” DellaFiac said.
“People are not very interested in the fact that a female cat is an animal.”
She continued, “I know people who would never even think of owning a cat that they’re ashamed of, or that they think is predatory.”
While some people may not think about the fact they are raising a male cat, the site is quick to point out that it’s still a “bonding” process, with the female kitten’s owner being “betted” by her male companion.
“If she’s with someone else, it’s an animal.
If it’s with you, it can be an animal,” the site states.
“Bonds are not just a relationship, it is an emotional bond.”
It’s a bond between a cat and a person.
It’s also important for owners to understand that while they may not like the idea of their cats being raised by another person, they are doing the right thing for their cats, according to Della Fiac.
“We do want to keep a bond with our kittens,” she said.
The website offers information about the breed and the breeding process, but Della Fava said it’s important for people to “get their head around what they’re doing, to understand the risks involved.”
She explained that the breed is not a breeding service for people who are not “vegans” or who aren’t interested in adopting any particular breed.
“They’re all individuals that need to be nurtured, not abused,” Dalla Fiac said, adding that breeders should never think that they have a right to breed.
She added that if people want to breed their own cats, it would be best to have a pet that’s not a “shelter” animal, but rather a companion who “feels safe.”
“That’s not the case with a shelter animal,” she added.
“A shelter animal is not going to be able to be with their owner forever.
The best thing is to have someone who loves your cat and will come to you when you need them.”
Della Famas website is currently the only breed-specific website for Betta, but other breeders have sprung up online to help people with their cats.
“Many of the breeders and breeders we’ve met have the same goal of raising quality dogs for people, which is a goal we share with many breeders,” Dello Fava told CBC New York.
“I’m not trying to suggest that there are breeders who are breeding for profit and selling their dogs for profit, I’m just saying that there’s a lot of breeders out there who do a lot to help the community and their pets.”
A few people have taken a different approach to breeders.
“My dogs are all female,” wrote one commenter on the site about the male breeders on Betta Breed.
“For me, Betta is the most perfect female cat I have ever had the pleasure of breeding.”
Another user wrote, “Beware the breeder.
Their reputation is not worth the cost.”
The website claims that “there are breed-friendly breeders around the world who care about their cats.”
The only requirement is