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Scumbag Woman 'Finds' Lost Dog And Immediately Tries To Sell It Without Finding The Owner First

This. Is. Not. Okay.

If anyone ever finds a wandering dog or cat, it's pure common sense to first check if the animal belongs to anyone -- collar, microchipped, asking around the neighborhood, etc.. What this woman did was the opposite of all that. She saw an opportunity to make some money, regardless of the owners feelings, heartbreak and worry over their missing dog. 

Sansa, a unique Husky with one blue eye, and one brown, seemingly jumped her owners fence when the fireworks went off on the 4th of July. The owners posted a picture of Sansa online, in hopes of someone seeing the lost pup. Then, the unthinkable happened. 

A woman was trying to sell off Sansa online for $200 to the first come seller! Thankfully, the people who commented knew that wasn't her dog and immediately told this woman off. 


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Woman Shares Heartbreaking Message To The Thief That Stole Her Last Memories Of Her Dog

In a viral Reddit post, a woman shares a devastating message to the thief that broke into her home and robbed her of her possessions. And of one certain possession that she treasures most, and can't get back. Memories. According to Reddit user u/whatsmystation, the sign was stuck to a light pole in Toronto, Ontario, and was written by a woman who had just recently put down her rescue dog due to cancer. The DSLR stolen from her had pictures of her dogs last days and meant the world to her. We can only hope that sharing this story will provide more exposure and maybe, just maybe, the thief can read this message and do the right thing. 


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Canuck the crow has quite the reputation in Vancouver. The little thief recently tried to steal a knife from a crime scene and cops had to chase him down to get it back. Clearly the crow felt it needed to take justice into its own claws.