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Update newsletter preferences. I need an update when the rat is found to mend my broken heart. How could someone do this? Only a truly heartless person could steal a beloved pet. Shame on whoever did this. We know who took Lucy We understand you may have thought Lucy was abandoned or needed help. Please just call us and we will meet you somewhere, collect Lucy and return her to her loving owner, Chris.

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The police have returned her unharmed. The story shared is that Chris had gone to the bathroom and during this time a woman walked past who was not a local, saw the domestic rat and feared it was abandoned. She believed she was rescuing it and took it home and cared for it. Obviously at some point she has become aware of her mistake and contacted police. Happy ending this time around with no apparent malice involved. Surely though if she had just made an enquiry in the closest shop as Chris obviously has a table and chair set up they could have let her know Lucy's story.

Whether she is lying about her intentions or not Chris has been reunited with Lucy. They found her! The police and community worked together and bought Lucy back to her human- friend. I had a pet rat when I was little and he was so sweet and smart.

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I feel bad for rats. So many people hate them but they really are beautiful creatures. This comment is hidden. Click here to view. This is the shittiest thing you can do Who steals a rat? That man looks devastated.

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He doesn't even want to press charges he just wants her back. Someone should post a reward for it in hopes the scumbag comes forward. Rats are underrated, but who would actually think stealing one was worth it? This poor man I hope he gets Lucy back :. It's not about the rat. Speaking from experience, when you're homeless some people just take utter delight in stealing or destroying every meagre possession you have. I once returned to my hideout where I kept my tent neatly folded and stashed, only to find while trying to pitch it that some hilarious people had carefully and discreetly slit the tent in dozens of places, then put it back in my hiding place.

Oh how I laughed as I huddled in a shop doorway that cold and rainy night. Good times.

Lucy was returned to Chris. Apparently, Chris left to go to the bathroom and a lady saw Lucy all alone and thought she was abandoned. She took Lucy home to care for her. This just infuriates me! Who the hell has a heart cold enough to do something like this??? Jun 03, The Book Whisperer aka Boof rated it it was amazing Shelves: africa , animals , arc-and-review-copies , read-in Review to follow. Vikki rated it did not like it Jun 26, Charlotte rated it really liked it Oct 17, E rated it really liked it May 18, Erin Foster rated it liked it Feb 16, Dlmrose rated it really liked it Feb 12, Rawoyo Abdurrouf rated it it was ok Apr 26, Tasbeeh rated it liked it Nov 14, Abhivyakti Chaturvedi rated it it was ok Apr 08, Alessandra Lupski rated it it was ok Feb 27, Jasmine Llamera satapathy rated it it was ok Jan 30, Bronwyn Mauldin rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Diane rated it really liked it Dec 20, Ethan Chorin rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Ann rated it liked it May 04, Fran Carter rated it liked it May 02, Anas Masamreh rated it really liked it Jul 08, Colline Rubiano rated it really liked it Jul 04, Biblioglobal rated it really liked it Dec 31, Avu Chaturvedi rated it liked it Oct 22, Jen rated it it was ok Oct 30, Teresa marked it as to-read Aug 23, Hanin marked it as to-read Sep 29, Shannon Giraffe Days marked it as to-read Oct 11, Sarah added it Oct 11, Naila marked it as to-read Nov 14, Ahmed marked it as to-read Nov 16, Heba marked it as to-read Jan 23, Wafa Fiture marked it as to-read Mar 10, Nadia Maddox marked it as to-read Apr 12, Jennifer added it May 04, Janosch marked it as to-read Jan 17, Anna marked it as to-read Mar 18, Khaled Mohamed marked it as to-read Apr 18, Abdulmonem Agha marked it as to-read Sep 16, Calista marked it as to-read Jan 04, Kelly marked it as to-read Mar 12, Audrey Russell added it Apr 07, Sami Sayed marked it as to-read Apr 17, Lizzie marked it as to-read Apr 25,