Family upset over fate of puppy named Charlie


On December 13, little Charlie went missing from his home. His family searched frantically for him.

On January 10, we received this email: “I regret to inform you that Charlie was found by CP Rail just a mere block from where he went missing…he passed yesterday…it is unclear how exactly. Some say the train but he was in immaculate condition, and his hair was white and no matts. Just like we last saw him, and he was being fed as he has not lost any weight.”

Charlie was just six months old when he disappeared.

The following letter appeared on The Taber Times today. It’s a letter from Charlie’s “mom” where she is talking to the person believed to have had Charlie for the more than three weeks he was missing from his home. I cannot say how this story breaks my heart. We all expected such a different ending. Everyone with DAISY Foundation extends heartfelt hugs to Charlie’s family.

Charlie


EDITOR;
This is for Charlie, our sweet, loving and innocent puppy taken from us so senselessly. He never got to experience his full puppyhood with his family because of human greed and insensitivity.
You kept him for over three weeks, you kept him clean, you fed him well and were able to see him grow. Then what happened?

Did you feel the heat from all the flyers mailed out and then the Taber newspaper report?
Were your dreams dashed because this little puppy had posters up from British Columbia through Manitoba, so no one would buy him from you?

Or, were you planning on keeping him, but because he was so well known you panicked and did the unthinkable?

If you had used the brains you were born with and simply given him a mud bath or made him really dirty, given his family a call to say you had found him, everyone would have been happy — you, with your large reward and this family for the return of this very precious puppy with no questions asked.

You saw this family and the community out there every day for over three weeks scouring the village for Charlie. You must have been blind and so cold hearted not to have seen the love and devotion they had for him. To keep him from his family was the ultimate in inhumanity.

Your kind of people are a menace to any community, because who else’s pet will be taken next and then discarded so lightly when things don’t go your way? In our hearts, we know your justice will come sooner or later for your cowardly deed.

May Charlie’s memory live with everyone who knew him or of him, and his family, and know we are ever so grateful to all the people who gave of their time, energy and support in search to bring him home.

LYNDA MURRAY
Lethbridge


reprinted from The Taber Times


Comments (1)
  • Twyla Murray Jan 30 2012 - 7:08 pm

    I am Charlie’s Auntie and he is very missed by our family. Someone did have him and fed him poision and then possibly hit or kicked him. We want to bring awareness that there are these kind of people out there. We are unfortunately uncertain to who had our little bundle of joy but hope that some one comes forward with information about his dognappers. And we can bring justice for Charlie.



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