Unless you get a release from her when you pay, yes she can. You are better off turning this over to your homeowner's or renter's insurance company to handle so they can pay the bills and make sure you are released from further responsibility after they pay her.
We have documentation in emails and texts showing where they gave us the cat. They are now harassing us and putting info out on social media that the cat was stolen and said we did it. We've had the cat for 2 weeks and they just now went to the police. They called us and asked questions about... View More
my dog was taken from my back yard and days later she ended up with animal control .when she went missing she was healthy now when i recieved her from animal control (i just got her today) she was coughing and was not herself its been a few hours that i have her home and i was reading over the... View More
You don't say exactly who you mean by referring to "animal control." However, assuming the organization you want to sue does not have immunity from suit, you need to know that under Delaware law you cannot recover money damages for emotional turmoil that you have suffered due to an...View More
she is a female pitbull my baby she was stolen from my yard i have a high wood fence around my yard i dont know what to do she was my baby and now her 8 puppies have no mom i rescued her and her puppies they were gonna get put down im going crazy
i took the puppies to the vet they are fully dewormed but i cant afford the price for all of there first shots ..and unfortunately can not get papers for them i live in delaware i just would like to know whats the highest amount for them i rescued the pregnant mother did not know she was pregnant i... View More
I spent 1500dollars on this dog and fell in love since day one. Cop said I need to file civil court case and called the court and said were not giving you a case because you want someone else's dog. When I found her in my back yard ! She was walking on my frozen pond squatting. Peeing blood... View More
This is a very difficult situation, as any dog lover knows. If you were asking whether the owner has to reimburse you for the money you spent, there's more facts that we would first have to discuss. Unfortunately, the owner does not lose ownership because you came to his dog's rescue.
I have never indicated what -so-ever that he is to tend to my dog while working on my home while I amat work. He claims he let my dog out into our fenced in yard, and then left her out there for an hour or so. He claimed that she must have escaped under the fence. His story has a lot of holes and... View More
I have a Kinkajou, a lemur-like animal, for whom I have a permit to own in New Castle County, Delaware. An SPCA officer from Kent County came into my apartment and took my Kinkajou and gave him to the zoo. He told me that my permit is invalid and told me to donate him. When I got home to my... View More
You say you went to 2 lawyers. Can you tell us what they said?
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