Man was looking for his dog - so he found the envelope in the mailbox

Chad Stricker was heartbroken, as he and many others in several days was out to look for his missing 10-month-old wolfhound, Nymeria. Hunhunden had escaped th

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
27 December 2019 Friday 21:00
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Man was looking for his dog - so he found the envelope in the mailbox

Chad Stricker was heartbroken, as he and many others in several days was out to look for his missing 10-month-old wolfhound, Nymeria.

Hunhunden had escaped through a hole in the fence on his and the family's four-acre property, and she was sunk in the ground.

Nymeria little puppy, before she on the unknown show lost his one eye. Photo: Chad Stricker/Facebook

But after several days of searching after Nymeria, which is a hybrid between a dog and a wolf, found Chad Stricker a terrible message in his mailbox.

In a plastic bag lay Nymerias collar along with a typed note from a person who has not made themselves known with the name.

'I'm sorry to have to inform you that your dog has been shot and killed on Saturday evening when it went in my garbage. The led does not, and I found no enjoyment in beating it to death. There is a law about keeping dogs on a leash, which you should follow, so I don't need to kill more of your pets' stood there in the anonymous message, as Chad Stricker has put a picture up on Facebook.


Together with the image of the banknote, he has shared a number of pictures of Nymeria both as a very young puppy and as she looked 10 months old. To the pictures, he has written a long text, where he caters directly to Nymerias murderer, which he refers to as a 'coward'.

Chad Stricker calls in its lookup Nymeria for 'his baby', and describes her as 'the cutest and warmest dog'. Photo: Chad Stricker / Facebook

'You let me and countless other people waste our time to look after my baby who was already dead, writes the man from Pearl River County, Mississippi.

'secondly, it gave you me never a chance to rectify the problem. You never came to me and told me that my dog destroyed your garbage he writes on.

This message and Nymerias collar lay in Chad Strickers mailbox in several days I had been looking for the 10 months old dog. Photo: Chad Stricker / Facebook

'It is sad to think that I have a neighbor so close to me with your moral character, which could find to do such a thing'.

Chad Stricker writes on to the man, which he hopes reading his postings, that he did not hate him. He has rather evil of him and the people around him, must not tolerate him. And so he asks him to deliver a new letter in his mailbox, 'since he is clearly too big a coward to call him'.

'Tell me where her body is, so I can give her a proper burial, or if you prefer it will, so put her on the end of my way', writes Chad Stricker.

On his Facebook page, he has subsequently shared the article by the Sun Herald has written about the episode. Here he tells that he has been told by the local sheriff, to which, unfortunately, is not something to do because there is a law that all animals must be behind a fence or on a leash, even if they do not live in a city.

It was the other person's property, and landejerne is in the sense protected. You will get hurt by the animals. If it had been a chihuahua, it was also been shot? he asks, in the Sun Herald.

Updated: 27.12.2019 21:00
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