By GotMyBitchBack - 05/09/2013 11:02 - United States - Zanesville
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@18, I don't know, photos maybe, or a vet record, adoption papers? Many different ways to prove an animal is yours. Also, unless OP lives in a unsafe environment and doesn't offer a clean suitable living space for the dog, it doesn't matter how much the dog likes the neighbor. How would you like it if someone took your pet, claimed it liked them better and was able to keep your pet because of this? Taking someone's animal is stealing, and to some it's like kidnapping. You don't take other peoples animals, ever.
Well ain't that a lil awkward? Hopefully with actions like that, she won't be your neighbor for long.
My neighbor did the same thing, except when we came looking for our dog, she said she hadn't seen her, then when we circled back around we saw her walking our dog with her own dogs. When we got her back, she sent a letter to our mom a few days later explaining how to take care of our dog so she wouldn't "run off again". Crazy dog ladies are everywhere.
Please tell us you got your dog back. I'd have punched her in the face & taken him back.