This is for you dog lovers

@raydene (9874)
United States
February 5, 2009 7:18am CST
This story tugged my heart strings in a big way. I can not understand 47 bullets! What to heck? http://www.ohmidog.com/2008/11/14/homeless-la-man-back-with-his-pit-bull/ xoxoxoxoxo
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@eden32 (3975)
• United States
5 Feb 09
What a great organization. Sad story, but at least the dog is back with his owner now.
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@pergammano (7690)
• Canada
5 Feb 09
Good morning, m'friend...your link isn't working for me (could be only me) BUT do I really want to know the horrors of this story? I find that only the links that come up in "blue" on my computer work! Can you please elaborate~? Thanks..and you are looking perky today! Cheers!
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• Canada
5 Feb 09
Thanks, raydene....made the link work...and now I am mind-boggled, there is sooo much sadness...and soooo much joy in this story! Thank goodness, there is organizations like this....and to know some-one out there cares!
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@messageme (2821)
• United States
13 Feb 09
Sorry it was his step mother, not his sister, but still can't she help him?
@messageme (2821)
• United States
13 Feb 09
That is sad!! I know the police didn't know but my guess is they were judging him and his dog. I can't believe they wouldn't even let him go to his dog!! Especially knowing it was probably the only friend this man has. What I don't understand is if this homeless man has a sister, then why the heck is he on the streets? Whatever happen to family helping family? I would never allow my relatives to be on the streets, especially for 10 years!!! That is what makes me the most mad about this story. Think about it, if his family would have helped him not be on the streets then this would have never happen to the dog in the first place.
5 Feb 09
Awww. That poor dog. I am glad the story had a happy ending. I think the police sometimes have a lot to answer for. Overkill is an understatement in this case.
@winterose (39897)
• Canada
5 Feb 09
what a beautiful story, such a loyal dog, you can trust that dog more than most people
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
5 Feb 09
Hi raydene! Oh that made me so sad for both of them but am happy that there are a lot of people who are kind and willing to help them. I am angered by those cops who have to fire not just one or two bullets but 47 bullets? My, that is an over-kill! I really don't know what to make of them. Are they trigger happy and why haven't they done anything to help correct their mistake and just let the infection set in on Topaz wound? Take care and blessings to you dear friend. lovelots..faith
• United States
5 Feb 09
I love stories like that. Thanks for posting it.