Everyone Was Shocked When A Woman Picked Up The Wrong Dog From A Pet Groomer By Accident
When a woman from Chesapeake, Virginia, went to pick up her dog from a local pet groomer, she got quite a shock.
Tykesha Cherry, 31, dropped off Lucky, her 10-month-old Maltese poodle, at a local pet salon for a haircut earlier this month — but when she returned later that day to pick up Lucky, she claims she was given a different dog.
Cherry posted a side-by-side photo of the dog she brought home and Lucky on Facebook, saying the groomer messed up. The other dog stared at the camera in the shot on the left, while Cherry's dog posed for the photo on the right, wearing a floral cotton dog collar.
Before leaving with the other dog, she called her boyfriend, Quinn Young, to tell him something was wrong.
Tykesha continued, Who knows where Lil lucky would have gone. I'm entirely enraged.
Cherry elaborated on the situation with Southwest News Service, saying, Oh, you're here for Bentley? Asked the lady at the counter when I went in to pick up my puppy, no, I'm here for Lucky, I responded. I dealt with the receipt as she walked away to collect the dog. When I look up, a dog is staring me down.
I didn't get a good look at him since all I saw was white. I walk over to the car and load him in. He looks so different. Am I tripping? I wondered as he turned around. Cherry was added to the mix.
She told the publication that the dog wasn't as friendly as usual and that when she called Lucky's name, he didn't answer. She also noticed that the dog she was given had a different fur pattern than Lucky's and crusty paws.
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Cherry claimed she soon returned the dog to the pet salon, where she and the other employees discovered they had given her Bentley.
This isn't my dog; where is my dog? I exclaimed. Where has my pet gone? They were stunned, as were the rest of us; she stated I see the confusion; they're both white, but I assumed they'd have tags or something in the back.