Dog sitter sells woman's pets without her consent

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      There's an appalling story on the CTV website about a dog sitter who sold a woman's pets without permission.

      The problem arose when New Brunswick resident Cassie Craft placed an online ad for someone to look after Diamond and Bentley because she was working and attending school.

      A Nova Scotia woman responded, and everything seemed to be fine.

      But when Craft started wondering what happened to her beloved Boxers, she began researching the dog sitter's background on the Internet, according to CTV.

      The  dog sitter who called herself Ashley turned out to be Gail Benoit, who had been convicted of animal cruelty. And she couldn't be found by CTV News or anyone else.

      Meanwhile, the people who bought Craft's dogs won't give them back.


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      Jan 28, 2013 at 7:15pm

      buying stolen property is illegal. call the cops.