Finally I have a clear photo. I'm gonna say, he's a Shiba, not Akita Inu.
Agree or disagree? I say Shiba, Not Akita Inu
Not a big deal really. Other than maybe I am falling in love with the dog and wanna adopt.
We both got ptsd. We'd be good for each other.
But he aint my dog. Is not my pet nor property.
Right. Gotta snap out of it and call the shelter.
Damn. Why is it suddenly so hard to pick up the phone?
It's the eyes Oyster. The doggy eyes put a spell on you
Sober Up bro. Broyster. That dog don't belong to you.
Ok so I called the county shelter.
Sounded like they was smokin pot and I could hear a 70s Jetsons cartoon playing in the background.
I asked, has anybody in my area, called you, sayin they lost a Shiba Inu?
She said, No. Nobody has called us about a lost Shiba or Akita Inu, in your area.
State Law mandates I must contact the county animal shelter within 24 hours, about a stray dog or cat I took in.
And so I have done. Miller Time. My job is complete.
Nothing left to do now, but gimme kiss awww I wuv you too.
Hitch a ride to the truck stop to buy dog food.
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