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My life in crime, part 2!

April 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 pm

Well, yesterday, I admitted to stealing a puppy when I was 3 years old.
I will have to admit, that is not the only puppy I ever stole.
I owned a small rental home that was not in the best neighborhood. The neighbors next door, who were renting, got them selves a puppy.
They both worked, so they kept the puppy tied up outside all day. It was tied up with shoelaces, so it could only move around about a foot in distance. Of course, it constantly knocked over it's water bowl.
The puppy cried all day.
I would go and fill it's water bowl and pet it several times a day.
The puppy was crawling with fleas. I mean a million of them.
Finally, I could stand it no longer. I couldn't call the humane society because the neighbors would know it was me, so I cut the shoe strings and took that puppy home with me.
The first thing I did was fill the tub with warm water and give that puppy a bath. The water was black with fleas floating off of him. I then took the puppy to the vets to get his shots. Later, I was able to find him a very good home.
Some people just should NOT own pets.

7 Responses to “My life in crime, part 2!”

  1. frugaltexan75 Says:

    In my book that wasn't stealing. That was simply doing the humane thing.

  2. kdmoffett25 Says:

    I am like you as I could not have called the humane society and would have done the same thing. I guess we are both thiefs in that sense.

  3. whitestripe Says:

    there are times when stealing is necessary - and that was definately one of them. i would have done the same.

  4. dmontngrey Says:

    Wow! We wanted to steal a dog from my inlaws neighbors last summer. No one had the guts to do it though. It was left tied outside 24 hours and every once in a while a kid would come out for five minutes and pet it. Cutest little thing. I felt bad hanging out by the pool with my two spoiled brats. House went to foreclosure and no one knows what happened to the family and dog. We could have used you!!

  5. Analise Says:

    That was not stealing... it was rescuing, and it was a very kind deed. You saved that dog's life.

  6. Ima saver Says:

    dmontngrey, I wish I was there. I would have taken the dog. I can't stand to see dogs tied outside and left alone constantly. Especially a puppy!

  7. Yuin Harng Says:

    I respect you for this

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