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Justice for "Cash"

144 Signatures Goal: 100

5/30/14


A couple of months ago, my dog "Cash" got out of the house and started barking at a man passing by. The gentleman got scared and ran and (apparently) broke his leg. I was not at home at the time, but my life has been a living hell ever since. Last Thursday, I was at work and received a call from the Leon County Animal Services. They said they found Cash "Dangerous" and threatened to take him away if I didn't meet a ton of requirements by 5PM Friday. I have to label my house as containing a "Dangerous" dog. I had to get a chip put in Cash as well as get him a muzzle and a very short chain leash. I also had to take out an insurance policy and pay a dangerous dog fine totaling over $600 a year (for the rest of his life). I have to lock Cash in my room when I leave my house. I am also in jeopardy of being evicted from my house, and if the ruling stands, it will be very difficult to find someone willing to house me and a "Dangerous" dog. Like I said before, I was at work and someone else let my dog out. They did all this to me and they didn't receive one document from the hospital verifying the victims injuries. It's a very gray case. These are some serious allegations against my dog who is at most guilty of barking! There was no bite or attack! I believe I have a very strong case to get the ruling overturned! Here is where you come in!

I have been jumping through hoops trying to get this ruling reversed. I have spent countless hours on the phone with lawyers and veterinarians getting all the info I can. They said it couldn't hurt to walk into my hearing on Thursday (June 5th) with a petition with 100 signatures of people saying they have been around Cash and that he was never malicious or aggressive to them. This shouldn't be hard considering Cash has never attacked anyone and most people love him! So please answer honestly! And feel free to share any Cash stories you have! Nothing can hurt! I wish to bring Cash around to future picnics, bbq's and beach visits without a muzzle and a big red tag around his neck that says he's dangerous! PLEASE HELP ME! MORE IMPORTANTLY, PLEASE HELP CASH!

Thanks for your time and signature! - Your friend Quinn (Cash says thanks too!)

Feel free to join the discussion below as well. I will answer any questions you have!

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Highlights

May 31
I've seen Cash interact with young children and other animals. I've never seen him act aggressively!!
May 31
Cash is a very lovable dog who is good with people and other animals.
May 31
Cash is such a sweet boy and I know for a fact that he is not dangerous! I would let my two year old play with him any day :)
May 31
I have been around cash for long periods of time and I know he is a very sweet dog. Never once thought of him as anything but a sweetheart. 'Dangerous'? Far from it.
May 31
I have taken care of Cash while Quinn has been out of town and I can say he is a very cool loving dog
May 31
I lived next door to Quinn Noble and his dog cash a few years ago. They were great neighbors and at no point did I ever see his dog Cash act in an aggressive or dangerous manner. Cash seemed to be a very sweet dog and to label him dangerous seems completely absurd and simply wrong.
May 31
I lived with Cash and I can honestly say he is one of the sweetest dogs. All dogs bark at people walking by, that's not a crime!
May 30
We are now live!
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Signatures

  • 8 months ago
    Jonah Gray Germany
    8 months ago
  • 2 years ago
    Megan F. United States
    2 years ago
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    carly gunn
    2 years ago
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    Devin Kohler United States
    2 years ago
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    Barry Duralia
    2 years ago
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    Allie Biggs
    2 years ago
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    Alyce torten
    2 years ago
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    Kym Beyer
    2 years ago
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    Mary Tobin
    2 years ago
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    Buck Lemons United States
    2 years ago
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    Christopher Hayes
    2 years ago
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    Kathleen Sabo
    2 years ago
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    Aubrey Post
    2 years ago
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    Julie Weglewski
    2 years ago
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    Melissa Duralia
    2 years ago
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