- Oct 15, 2004
MY name is Annie and I'm 13 years old. I've had JESSIE (her real name) since I was 4 years old. And I would just like to thank you for dognapping my dog all the way to Jacksonville. Maybe on day a do-gooder will do you the same way. My brother left the gate open, and Jessie escaped. We looked EVERYWHERE for her. Dog pounds, all over our neighborhood, but it's almost impossible to find a dog when she's locked in a condo room, and take her back all the way across florida the next day. If you really cared about finding her real owners, you would've called the dog pound, or at least posted this before you went to Jacksonville. Anyways, I just wanted to let you know my opinion of the situation. .
I understand you are upset, but your post is inappropriate.
You have to realize that folks who aren't from here don't realize that a lot of our dogs roam the neighborhood, even if that is not the best idea.
I admit I questioned the action of them taking the dog at first, but immediately realized Eliz was probably doing only what she believed in her heart she needed to do to keep your pooch safe. So whether you agree or not you should be thanking her from the bottom of your heart.
When a dog gets loose, it is the owner's fault, not the fault of the person who finds the pet and tries to help. Be thankful that you are reunited with your best friend. Learn some manners or Jessie may be your only friend.