University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Pembroke NC -
On Tuesday June 12, 2012 my dog, Kobe, got loose. Thursday during the same week Kobe was picked up by June Mills, a University library technician. Mills took Kobe to her home in Lumberton, then notified the Robeson County Humane Society and Petfinder.com in an attempt to find the dog's owner. On Friday June 15 Mills made contact with me but decided that she would not return Kobe because she felt I was an "unfit" owner. It is not her dog, and by not returning the dog she is undermining the legal system and the humane society's 'pet finder' system.
Now the UNCP campus police, who have jurisdiction over the situation and also are friends with Mills, will not help because Mills claims "to not have Kobe anymore because he ran away." As the finder of the pet Mills is responsible for the dog's well-being; which she has obviously failed to be responsible. If she has not lost him then she is lying and has him placed with someone she knows. Either way June Mills' actions have exacerbated the situation immensely and caused great emotional anguish. Robeson County Humane Society, Lumberton police, Pembroke police, and UNCP Campus police have only added to the corruption of this situation.
Asking that if you have seen Ed Derosier on UNCP campus with Kobe, or if you know Derosier and Kobe personally - please help in letting the Robeson County Humane Society and June Mills know that morally Kobe should be returned to his rightful owner. RCHS can be reached at 910-738-8282; call them to let them know that you are unhappy with June Mills and their response to this situation. Help a fellow UNCP student by signing this petition (which will help with legal action if needed) and spread the word...
Everyone thank you so very much, please see the updates tab, HE"S BACK :)