The world has progressed quite a lot in all fields of life, especially in the field of science and technology. But unfortunately, we have failed to develop a scale that can measure the insanity of people. Sanity is limited, but insanity is infinite. Some people just leave us speechless at how crazy they can get about something. They have no regard to anyone’s privacy or sentiments. They just want everything to go their way, even if they are wrong. Upon being told that what they’re doing or demanding is pointless and unethical, they never admit their mistake. Instead, they try their best to make you look guilty. Such people are genuinely a pain in the a*s.
Honestly, there is no right or wrong way of dealing with such people. It all depends on what the situation is and how you choose to react to someone’s stupidity. We’ve seen a lot of crazy people, a lot of different Karens but this one is on another level. She’s an animal rescue worker which means she is working for a good cause. She wants to make sure that all the dogs that get adopted are in good hands. To make sure of that, she demands to be friends on Facebook with the people that adopt the dogs. That’s exactly what she tried to do with a couple but things got ugly when the couple refused. As a result, her inner Karen took over and the rest is history. Scroll down to read the complete post.
Rescue worker threatening to confiscate the dog for refusing to be Facebook friends? Seriously!?
That is pathetic in every way! All the research and working is done before the pet gets adopted. There is a criteria you have to fit and contracts you have to sign before you can adopt a pet. All of this is to ensure the safety of the animal and keeping it from getting abused in any way. Threatening someone and falsely accusing them of something they didn’t do is absolutely absurd. There is no law of confiscating a dog that has been adopted because the new owners refuse to let you invade their privacy.
It’s good to read some supportive comments.
Some really good pieces of advice.
This person is absolutely right.
The best answer to her so called “scary” e-mails.
Get the doggo chipped asap.
Block the crazy lady.
This user has got a point.
Here’s someone with a 20-year shelter experience.
Contact the rescue and report harassment.
Keep the paper work handy.
That’s also a great suggestion.
It’s better to adopt from shelters with less obsessive/crazy people working there.
Whoa! That was too crazy. Seems like the lady didn’t want them to adopt the dog in the first place. What do you guys think of this whole situation? Let us know in the comments below.