|"Official looking legal beagle in official looking law office."|
Jasmine came to our house with several toys of her own, but when she first got here, she latched onto this... an owl toy that had long been de-stuffed and de-squeaked. By me.
|Exhibit A: Dirty, smelly, ripped up owl.|
|Exhibit B: Jasmine with the owl in July 2014. Picture posted to Facebook.|
Now since then the human had ample time to get rid of the dirty, stinky, shredded owl. She didn't. She claims she did, but as the owl turned up in May 2018 once again, clearly she did not.
|"Please don't take my friend away, Mom."|
We've had some storms and rain the last few weeks, so clearly Jasmine has been looking for something comforting while the human is not home.
|The owl is keeping Jasmine company elsewhere in the home.|
Given the clear evidence of dog toy prejudice and harassment, we agreed to take the case for our client, and we have won. The owl is still here with us and the human will endeavour to clean it.
If you have a toy you love more than any other, don't let the human take it from you. old toys are the best toys.