before I shoot somebody in the ass!
Well, somebody finally called me about Annie. Apparently the reason no body with any real authority (police; animal control; the vet or the animal shelter) called me on the matter was because the people who had her decided not to let anybody else know that they had her. WTF?! If you pick up a loose dog, wouldn't it be a good idea to at least alert the people who get dogs' home so that way if you can't get a hold of the actual person they have some other means of knowing that the dog is all right?
God! They're really lucky right now that murder is against the law. I haven't felt like ripping somebodies head off in a long time.
Geeze! That sucks a lot! What were those people THINKING!???!?! Geh!!!
I have no idea...my mom got a hold of me and gave me their number, but everytime I called they weren't there. :/ At least I'll get Annie back tomorrow...though, honestly, I don't really want her back. She's hyperactive!
Oh no! Surely you want her back! But I do know how trying/exhausting/irritating hyperactive dogs can be... my neighbors have one that I take care of on occasion... and she's nice... but I can't even IMAGINE having to live with her 24/7...
She's not exactly my dog and her owners, my parents, aren't doing anything with her and...she's like a flippin' gazelle! She can just run and run and run and run...you get the idea. I can't do anything with Hank because she's totally all over me when ever I go outside. :/ Trust me, I actually liked it that she wasn't here. I actually got to spend some quality time with my own dog.
Aw, man! That's such a pain! I've had that happen to me with some random kid trying to hang around with me and my friends and JUST NOT TAKING THE HINT that we wanted nothing more than for them to just GO AWAY. So I know the feeling. Is there no way you can get away from her? Like... take your dog for a walk or to the park or something... Or "accidently" lock the other dog in a separate area for a while...
Not really...I could chain her, but then she'd bark at us and she has a bark that really high pitched and kinda sounds like nails on a chalkboard.