Not all dogs are the same.
A Virginia woman took a photo she said showed her dog staring at her after picking him up from the groomer. On closer inspection, however, it turned out that it wasn’t really his dog.
Tykesha Cherry told the Southwest News Service (SWNS) how she was given the wrong dog after dropping her pet off at the groomers. She had dropped off her dog Lucky at a pet salon in Chesapeake, Va., last Wednesday and returned to pick him up later that day.
Cherry explained: “I went to get my puppy, walked in and the lady at the front desk said, ‘Oh, are you here for Bentley?’ I said, ‘no, I’m here for Lucky.’ As she walks away to get the dog, I take care of the receipt, I look up and there’s a dog in my face.
She says she didn’t get a chance to get a good look at the dog before taking him to her car.
Once in the car, however, she noticed that “Lucky” sounded different. He didn’t respond to her name and gave her a funny face.
As she described the dog in her car as “the nicest dog”, she noticed that he didn’t behave the way Lucky normally did in the car. Before heading home, she video-chatted with her boyfriend to see if he thought the dog looked different.
Eventually, Cherry noticed that this dog’s eyes were different from Lucky’s.
“I jumped straight out of the car and ran immediately. It was the same woman standing in the doorway, and she said, ‘hi Bentley,'” she said. say ‘that’s not my dog, where is my dog? Where is my puppy?’ They were shocked, everyone was in shock. I understand the confusion, they are both white, but I thought they would have tags on the back or something.
Fortunately, Cherry found Lucky, who probably has no idea what happened.
“I felt really relieved when I found Lucky,” Cherry said. “Like what I [was] the feeling wasn’t bad when it came to her different appearance.