This is a story that ends well. A dog that had escaped from the home of its owners in Bergerac (Dordogne) last June was returned to its owners. But he still intends to file a complaint against the local SPA, because he blames him for castrating and then adopts while he was still looking for him,
But this Sunday, the new masters of border collie called Gribouille have decided to return it to his family of origin, reports France Bleu Dordogne this Monday.
A complaint still relevant
It is after discovering, contrary to the words of the SPA, that his dog carried a chip of identification in the name of Pascal, that Laura decided to return the animal to its owner. Gribouille is thus returned by Laura to his master Pascal Salasc, Sunday in Bordeaux. During the reunion, the dog immediately recognizes Pascal.
"When I discovered that Pascal thought that Bandy (the animal had been renamed by his new owners) was his dog, I went to the vet to make a radio, I wanted to check that Bandy did have an identification chip in the name of Pascal Salasc, "says Laura at the local radio station.
"It's a tear for me," says Laura. "But the most important thing is the well-being of the animal, that Gribouille finds his master".
Pascal is still considering filing a complaint against the animal shelter, hoping to prove that this adoption was not carried out in the rules. Pascal Salasc regrets that the SPA has not respected the deadlines (8 working days and full, except Sundays and holidays) during which the animals can not be adopted, in the hope that they are found by their owners.
As Pascal points out, Gribouille was impounded on June 5th after escaping from his home in Villefranche-de-Lonchat. And this one was adopted on the 15th of the same month. It will be the court of Bergerac to deliver its verdict by October 8.