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  WeeGee_fml  |  0

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.. Show it anyway

  Veraymix  |  6

If you weren't around, and the puppy wasn't on your property at the time, he could have just thought it was a missing dog. Maybe he was bringing it to the SPCA. Then again...maybe not. You should be more responsible.


Puppy-napping is a worryingly growing trend that is due to the unquenchable need for Cruella de Vill to have a outfit made from puppy fur. she believes that the pelt of cute puppies gives one eternal youth.

  Veraymix  |  6

92- Hence why I said maybe not. In situations like that it's hard to really tell. Not to mention dogs whom are cute to some people, could be hideous to others. Regardless, that shouldn't have anything to do with it- but it would be nice to believe that man wasn't dognapping it, and give him the benefit of the doubt.

  WOGBRO  |  6

Actually 14 I have a German Shepard and it was actually quite cute and harmless when it was a puppy but honestly not for long.
But it is still very cute.

  Iskaria  |  0

German Shepherds can be lovely, calm, affectionate adults. If they are trained and treated properly they are gentle giants.

They are a great breed, sadly so many douchebags own them and don't understand how to look after them.

  mezochan  |  29

I was accused of puppynapping once. Problem was, the dog was running through the streets with no collar and I picked it up. I gave it food, reported it to the local shelter, and posted in the local newspaper.
The owner called me in a rage accusing me of stealing her dog and going as far as calling the police. No charges were pressed since I took the proper measures, but still. Even after the cops explained she should tie it up or watch it to make sure it never happened again, I saw the pup a week later, running down the road again. No collar or anything else to identify it.
Moral of the story, watch your puppies if you let them out, damn it!

  joshijosh  |  0

Was it an asian guy? if so, go to your local chinese restaurant before its too late!!

On another note, i totally get the "dunbass" reference. lol

  Mortoli  |  30

yeah dont fire in the air besides just shoot the jerk he deserves it and i dont think that is illegal. besides he probably came onto the property to grab it it should be legal if he trespassed and stole/napped something lol. in any case call the cops op. they wont get on it right away im sure but hopefully they will do something for you.


To quote Billy Madison - "The part in the story I don't like is that the little boy gave up looking for Happy after an hour. He didn't put posters up or anything, he just sat on the porch like a goon and waited. That little boy's gotta think: 'You got a pet. You got a responsibility.' If your dog is lost, you don't look for an hour then call it quits; you get your ass out there and you find that fuckin' dog!"

  steeledwolf  |  8

Protect the pups! Then one day, when they're grown, Someone might be trying to kill you, that faithful dog would try to save you!

Sure enough a cat would save itself an run the hell away.

  ChibiChibi_fml  |  27

No a cat would be more likely to do something to save itself that would inadvertently save you. The cat would then act like it totally intended for that to happen.
I love cat's. As I always say who needs blind adoration when you can have condescending, smug indifference.

  TheMonica  |  0

Most of the time I feel like dogs > kids.

Or, the OP could be like many people, including myself, who don't have children but view their pet as a sort of furru child.

Then again, most people wouldn't leave a new puppy outside by itself either.

  Kayokku  |  1

Actually, if a thief were smart, they wouldn't bother with stealing expensive purebred dogs because, without their papers, they're just as "worthless" as any shelter mutt.