(Closed) NWR: My neighbors and animal cruelty.

posted 8 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
206 posts
Helper bee

@crh1729: Hop the fence and take it. Lol. I would, but I’m kind of crazy like that. Calling animal control is a good place to start. Dogs freezing and over heating are reason enough for them to seize a dog.

Post # 4
467 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

@Dollygold:  you took the words right out of my mouth

if you dont want to do that (and i completely understand if you don’t ha) animal control would be your best option to have something done

Post # 5
1645 posts
Bumble bee

Agree with PP. Take it or call animal control. I’m from Texas and we wouldn’t even keep a dog outside in the winter. It’s just too cold!

Post # 7
247 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Either ask your neighbor to hand the puppy over or call animal control…I live in Cary, NC…it is just too cold here!

Post # 8
544 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2009

CALL NOW!!! TAKE THE PUPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Call the police whomever.  These people are unfit. 

If I was closer to you, I would go and remove the dog myself.  No heroin dealer is going to scare me.  I am extremely passionate about animal rescue and volunteer my time educating the public about puppy mills & assisting in the rescue of dogs.


>YOU ARE THEIR VOICE.  Take action!!!!

Post # 9
441 posts
Helper bee

I live in NC as well, and it’s freezing outside at night. I wouldn’t even leave my dog (if I had one) outside for long periods during the day right now.

You could talk to your neighbor and tell her that it’s too cold to be leaving a puppy outside. That’s a little scary, and she might not take it well, but she also might bring the puppy inside. If that doesn’t work, and the puppy is outside tonight, you might have to call animal control. I know shelters are full right now, and a lot of dogs are getting euthanized. However, this dog is a puppy, and puppies have a much better chance of being adopted.

Post # 11
3142 posts
Sugar bee

Is this the only time you’ve seen him?  I mean, maybe they had just let him out for a pee. 

Playing devil’s advocate here.

Post # 12
6597 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

So incredibly sad!

Please call animal control!

Post # 14
206 posts
Helper bee

@crh1729: Yeah! I honestly would just ninja kidnap him in the middle of the night. Heroin isn’t exactly a performance enhancing drug, maybe he will be passed out? Or, you could open a gate and call the puppy… then it would just be more like he ran away 😉

Post # 16
2288 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

Take it. Take it now. Find it a home. Talk to your neighbor and offer to take it. Call the cops. But do something now. Do not wait.

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