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Housemates Ask Neighbour If They Can Walk Their Dog And Receive Incredible Paw-Written Message

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Housemates Ask Neighbour If They Can Walk Their Dog And Receive Incredible Paw-Written Message

A group of lads decided to reach out to a neighbour to see if they could walk their dog every now and again, and were surprised to not only hear back, but to get a handwritten letter... from the pet.

Jack McCrossan shared a picture of the letter he and his pals originally sent their neighbour, which explained they were four engineers who recently moved into the area.

They wrote: "The other day, we noticed a four-legged friend looking at us out the window when we arrived home from work.

"He or she looked like the good-est boy/girl there is.

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"If you ever need someone to walk him/her, we will gladly do so. If you ever get bored (we know you never will, but we can dream) we are more than happy to look after him/her. If you want to come over and bring him/her to brighten our day, you are more than welcome. If you want to walk past our balcony windows so we can see him/her, please do."

Fearing that they'd come on a little too strong, the 'boys from number 23' said their landlord didn't allow pets and they'd all grown up with animals.

They added: "The adult life is a struggle without one."

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It's a well-written, heartfelt letter, for sure - but what they received as a reply was even better.

Credit: Twitter/Jack McCrossan
Credit: Twitter/Jack McCrossan

The letter they got back, addressed to 'the boys', was stamped with a paw print on the back, and had been written by a sheprador called Stevie Ticks.

Stevie Ticks wrote: "What a treat it was to receive your letter!" She explained she was two years and four months old, and came from Cyprus originally but had been rescued by her humans Chris and Sarah.

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Credit: Twitter/Jack McCrossan
Credit: Twitter/Jack McCrossan

She continued: "I am very friendly and full of beans. I love meeting new people and it would be great if we can be friends.

"I must warn you that the price of my friendship is 5 x ball throws a day and belly scratches whenever I demand them."

The letter continued: "Life just isn't full without a dog in it - right?! I'd love to hang whenever you fancy."

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Stevie then added the number for her 'servant', Chris, so that the boys from number 23 could arrange a meet-up - which they did.


McCrossan shared a photo of 'the boys' with Stevie Ticks, saying it felt like 'the start of a beautiful friendship'.

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Stevie Ticks also posted a picture of their meeting on her Instagram page, writing: "Sneak peek of my first meeting with the boi's! 20/10 for scritches, did mlem, snaccs given. 5/5 Uber rating, would meet again!"

In a later post, she added: "What a lovely adventure it has been so far!"

Featured Image Credit: Twitter - Jack McCrossan/Stevie Ticks

Topics: Viral, Dog, uk news, News, Animals

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