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Each year hundreds of hill ponies, the least valued breed of pony seen on Dartmoor, are rounded up and culled by farmers who are unable or unwilling to care for the animals.
Increasingly, the old find themselves abandoned by children who are unwilling to care for them.
They have proved they are unable to unwilling to care for anything.
An average of 10 pooches a day are being put down in pounds around the country as pet owners become unable or unwilling to care for their pets.
In many cases legal guardians refuse to accept the discharge of the patient because they are unable or unwilling to care for the patient at home.
Known as Angel Cradles, the safe havens provide a means for parents who are unable or unwilling to care for their newborns to safely and anonymously leave their baby in a hospital bassinet, accessed via a secure, electronically monitored door discreetly located external to the Emergency Departments.
Those with schizophrenia were often seen as unpredictable, potentially self-injurious and unwilling to care for their children.
However, this trend may lead to the eventual need to establish substantially more out of home placements as parents become unable or family members become unwilling to care for the individual.
Officers may view the neighborhood as unable or unwilling to care for itself.
This can quickly frustrate a modern audience, particularly when it finds itself reluctant or unwilling to care for characters it has ostensibly written off by the third act.
She told of her astonishment at how an angelic-looking schoolgirl turned into a heroin addict unwilling to care for her own children.
Only 11% of the respondents were unwilling to care for a family member with HIV/AIDS, i.