An adopted dog named Sophie is missing and the rescue group which adopted her out is desperate to find out where she is. Imagine Pet Rescue adopted the pit bull to someone in Alamo, Georgia, but repeated requests for updates about the dog were ignored.
The adopters, identified as Dustin Oliver (aka Oliver Dustin) and Tiffany Cone Oliver, initially told the rescue group that Sophie was “doing great,” but when pressed, they admitted that Sophie was gone. Imagine Pet Rescue wrote, “Today after trying to reach out to adopters MULTIPLE times for updates we learned the sad truth that Sophie is apparently MISSING!!! Unfortunately the adopters will not give us any info on WHEN, HOW or WHY it happened.”
“We are unsure WHY they chose not to tell us and continue to remain silent at this time we can only pray nothing terrible has happened to Sophie. We finally got a friend of the adopter to tell us that “Sophie ran away”. We don’t even know if this is true. 😢”
Despite the claim that Sophie ran away, there were no Facebook posts reflecting an effort to find her, and the rescue group was not informed that she was missing. The rescue agency said, “We think a Sophie has been missing a couple of months maybe more , we ask for everyone to share for a miracle since her adopters never posted her as missing or let the rescue know she was “missing.”
Sophie is 4 years old and weighs 50 lbs – she is spayed and has a microchip. A $750 reward is offered for Sophie’s safe return. Anyone with information is asked to call 904-571-0455.
(Imagine Pet Rescue)
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