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PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR I AM A FOOLISH MORTAL
Most Helpful Girl
Never have and hope to God that i won't. Last June, my niece's puppy was hit by a car while my family was on vacation. He died instantly the driver was a driver in training he was not older than 16 and could not stop crying. But this Christmas she is getting a new puppy that looks just like her old one. She even got a letter from Santa saying she got something can not be wrapped. she has no clue I heard her guesses and none of them are even close to a puppy.1
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Most Helpful Guy
Yes, but it wasn't really my fault. I was going through a subdivision, driving a mini van, with a former friend in the passenger seat. There were all sorts of cars parked on the side of the road likely for a party or something. It was summer so it was not dark yet, but within an hour it was.
So, there were about 3-5 teenage girls playing with some white fluffy small dog. These girls were on the front lawn of he house with the party or get together. So I was just able to see the girls And the dog through the parts where there was no car blocking my view.
This dog was NOT THEIR DOG. And they said that it is NOT THE FIRST TIME THAT THIS DOG HAS BEEN OUTSIDE OF HIS OWNERS FENCE.
Apparently the owners aren't he brightest, or something and leave the gate open to their backyard. So this dog got out. The owners lived on the opposite side of the street from where the girls were. But I do not know how far down.
So this dog was playing with the girls, and I guess he ran, from them. Ran between the parked cars from the party, and I saw a little white blip or flash and then I head a number under the car. It wasn't from the tire, but from the frame. But I stopped right away.
All i can hope is that the dog survived, but I do not know. We stayed for an hour or two, then a police officer came, and the owners teen and older children came. And I remembered them from school and pretty well knew that they were dumb, but never really knew them. They just seemed to not give a crap about anything.
I also hope that the learned that you cannot be careless with a pet, especially dogs who are pretty careless and curious about everything. So they go where they can feel loved and included, and they like to be social. And I hope that they never brought a pet home again.
I felt bad, but here wasn't much I could do other than stop the van after I heard a bump.1