My princess Nala 2 days after she came into my world!

lites are toooo brite!!

lites are toooo brite!!

Nala is 9 weeks in this pic, born around labor day 2011. I live in an apt that is not accepting of pets. My 17 year old son and his gf brought her home and hid her from me for 2 days! I made her leave for a week, then took her in as mine. As we all know the son, has gone his own way.

I fought the owner of the unit I live in and got a doctor's note for an emotional therapy pet. It was hard and has cost me a bit for the deposit and extra rent but I love her.

I would not know what I would do without her! She is insanely smart, trains so fast, and eager to please. She is the most beautiful girl I have ever seen, and she is mine!

I hope one day that my son doesn't try to take her from me by moving away but I do hope he moves away in a bit of time.... (college???.....)

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Jan 25, 2012
Sweet Baby Girl
by: Gale

I'm so glad you and Nala have each other. She is precious!

Regarding your son, I hope you are able to avoid any unpleasantness down the road over custody. Clearly, she is your dog now.

Just to be safe--hang on to your doctor's note, your deposit and rent receipts and get a receipt any time you take her to the vet. If you live in a city where pets need to be licensed/registered, have that done in your name.

If you ever needed to prove that Nala belongs to you, these things could serve as documentation of your ownership.

Disclaimer: I am not an attorney and this is not legal advice. I've just heard of other instances in which ownership was contested in court, and this kind of documentation made a difference in the outcome.

Jan 25, 2012
by: Anonymous

I agree, she's your dog now. Keep those receipts for that too.
My neighbor adopted another neighbor's dog because it was neglected and left to fend for itself while the other neighbor was gone days on end saying it had a self feeder. So the nice neighbor let the dog befriend his dog and they got along famously for 6 months where he got it shots, wormed, etc. The other neglectful neighbor didn't even ask where his dog was. Several weeks ago he says he wants to take his dog up north in Missouri and most likely chain him up there. My nice neighbor is also, I assume, ignorant and even though he said he'd keep the dog (a mix lab breed), he let him take him. I told him he should have said "he's my dog now," but he didn't. Now his dog and the one taken away are lonely again and probably the lab is tied up somewhere. I wish I had known before he gave the dog over. He could have proved that the other owner never cared about the dog, didn't ask where or who was taking care of him and then for some reason shows up and wants him back.
The moral of this story is - if someone gives up a pup or dog and someone else takes care of it, feeds it, gives it a good home then it should be understood (unless other promises were made) that that dog is now yours. Good luck, a student can't give a dog a proper home, and it sounds like you have.

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