Today we climbed up photos online of what we do, photos that we like and the people I most want. However, there are times that it would be best to keep the memories to ourselves because we don’t know who can see them.
That lesson was learned by the bad guy who uploaded a simple picture with the dog I had just adopted at the shelter.
A photo that came out very expensive
Dan Tillery and his bride Megan got it, after many years, bought a house in the year 2016. However, they both knew that they were missing something to call home so they decided to adopt a dog. What they didn’t know was all that it would entail.
Apparently the house in which they lived rent is not allowed to have dogs so they had had to wait a long time to fulfill your dream of having a pet. Shortly after moving to his new house, Dan saw a dog called Sir Wiggleton in the animal shelter of Detroit.
The dog wore 100 days in the shelter and was a Bulldog american. From the moment that Dan and Sir Wiggleton met, fell in love without thinking about each other and Dan took him home.
It was his first dog so Dan was very excited and took a lot of photos with him and took to their social networks, tagging to the animal shelter that they knew that the dog was happy.
In a few days the photos of both of them gained a lot of reputation in social networks. So much so that the animal shelter shared the photo on his profile of Facebook, which led to days after several police officers of Waterford go home.
Apparently the official told Dan that he had violated the law of Waterford on the pitbulls. In accordance with the law of his city, the pit bulls and dogs mixed with pit bulls are considered dangerous dogs, and to have one is penalizable so had to return it to the shelter.
Despite the fact that the adoption papers they said that the dog was a Bulldog, american officials insisted that it was a pitbull and gave him three days to say goodbye to your dog.
Dan was not willing to accept this punishment and so he resorted to the social networks and got hundreds of thousands of signatures supporting their cause. Hired a lawyer and went to trial, ensuring that the papers they said that their dog was not a pitbull and she deserved a home.
After months of intrigue, and any kind of response, the judge dismissed the case and the dog was able to stay with Dan and Megan. The case has been so publicized that the city has changed the law and now will be a veterinarian to determine the breed of the dog and not the animal shelter.
A story, after much struggle, ends with a happy ending for both.