6 mnths ago my family left for a year trip overseas. We arranged a temp. home for our dog , I will call "A", but the person backed out at the last min. We were left with no time/options so we sadly agreed to give "A" to friends of ours. They agreed if we ended our trip in 6 mnths they would give "A" back, after that they felt their kids and "A" would have bonded too much. Our 1 condition was that if it didn't work out we would be able to decide where "A" goes, I have a text with them agreeing. 4 mnths in, they emailed us and said they couldn't keep her, barking, fighting w/cats etc. I replied and said I was looking for a temporary home so we could get her back. My son misses her, asks about her daily etc. In the meantime they brought "A" to their parents home. I had offered to board "A" but they said they were willing to foster "A" while a new home was found. Within 2 months I had found a good temp home. I have asked that "A" be transferred and now they refuse. Their parents love "A" and they get to still see "A" often. We want "A" back and feel we have legal advantage, contract of ownership, $2,200 purchase, plus thousands more, 3.5 years nurture & training, + their agreement.
Sorry,, but you leave on a year trip, they do you a favor, now you want to get all hissy because they didn't want to do things your way. I don't see it.
While you may have the ability to litigate and win, it really doesn't sound as if you have the best interests of "A" at heart. If "A" is loved and well cared for uprooting him does not sound as if his interests are being considered
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