Brian Farrell is in love with a blue-eyed beauty who has thick luxurious hair. He’s heartbroken because she’s missing. She didn’t leave…she was taken. October 28, 2013 was like any other day. Brian and his dog Shadow woke up, went through their morning routine. He kissed her as usual before leaving for work…he never knew it was a goodbye kiss. When he got home that evening, Shadow was gone.
Brian got home from work at the usual time, but nothing was normal upon his return. Shadow did not greet him. He has a doggie door for Shadow and a fenced area outside the doggy door as extra protection. Nothing was out of place…the yard…the kennel…the house was empty. Brian did all the right things. He had a fenced yard. He had a high fenced kennel area surrounding the dog door. Shadow couldn’t have gotten out of the yard on her own. Someone took her. And if you are that person…you need to give her back. If you know who that person is, you need to report them.
The bond between a person and a dog is as sacred as anything I’ve experienced so far in life. I love my dog Sadie. She completes me. She is with me in spirit no matter where I am and our reunions are always joyous. Brian knows this feeling and he is devastated. He wants Shadow back. She is his canine soul mate.
If you took this dog, you have done a terrible thing. BRING HER BACK. She has feelings. Dogs, like people, are sentient beings…they have emotions. They express joy and happiness…they grieve. Dogs have traveled hundreds of miles to get back to their human companion. They are relentless in their love and will not forget the person they bonded with. Shadow belongs with her Pet Parent…her Dad. Not with you whoever you are that took her. Whatever your reasons…they will never withstand the bond that Brian and Shadow feel. Just bring her back and walk away.
If someone knows anything about the dognapping of Shadow, please contact Brian Farrell at (304) 741-1990. Or contact me through a comment here…remain anonymous …I will facilitate the return of Shadow. This is begging…downright…earnest…heartfelt…begging. If you live on Poca River Road and you saw anything on October 28, 2013 between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. no matter how insignificant you think it might be…please let Brian know or call the Sheriff’s department.