When my grand daughter gave Winter her new home, she was not expecting this.
Fortunately with Grandma’s help, we were able to get Winter back. Apparently the people who took her had their script well rehearsed and Becca thought they would be good for her.
I had worried about this, but years and experience have taught me that people do not value what they’ve not worked for. That’s why I’m not a big welfare advocate (with some exceptions) and that’s a whole ‘nother blog. I know there are people who may disagree with me, but somehow those feelings do tend to change when it comes to animals.
In Winter’s situation, I (we) were sick about it. Becca called me crying. I made an appointment with them to come see the puppy, which allowed my kids to go over there and pick her up. Becca did give them an earful but they didn’t fight her when she took her back. These folks turned around and changed the phone number on the ad so that I would get the calls. So I did have to suffer through that for a short time. People who called were apologetic and kind.
It has taken awhile but someone did come along to give Winter a new home. She’s been renamed Winnie. What made this new home a blessing is that they did take another puppy, Winnie’s little brother to keep each other company.
DANGERS OF FREE TO GOOD HOME ADS!
DANGERS OF FREE TO GOOD HOME ADS! This is just one of many horrific examples of what can happen. Google Puppy Doe Kiya.