Search underway for puppy stolen during weekend pet adoption event

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"Siberia" is a 5-month old Chihuahua stolen from a pet adoption event in Fort Collins, Colo.

“Siberia” is a 5-month old Chihuahua stolen from a pet adoption event in Fort Collins, Colo.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — An animal rescue organization is looking for a puppy they believe was stolen during a weekend pet adoption event during the weekend.

Rescue staff say they think a teenager who tried to adopt the puppy took it from the event Saturday.

All Aboard Animal Rescue says the missing dog is a 5-month-old tan and white male Chihuahua named Siberia.

The 16-year-old was denied adoption because of her age, so the girl toward workers she was taking the paperwork to her mother. After that, staff noticed the puppy was gone. That’s according to a report filed with Fort Collins Police.

 

 

2 comments

  • Anonymous

    What’s the big deal if they were going to give the puppy away anyway, it probably got a good home? Don’t agree with the theft of the animal though.

  • Kaleigh

    How would the parents (who I guess watch the news) not notice that their 16 year old daughter has a new puppy that looks just like the one who is stolen? Why would you even risk the fines and charges for a dog you could go to your parents and ask honestly if you can get it?

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