Would you steal a dog if it looked abused and neglected?

This topic has been the center of many heated debates. Some folks say “I would absolutely steal a dog if clearly the laws were broken in providing for it, and would take necessary steps in retrieving the animal to properly care for it and find a new safe forever home”, while others say “If the dog is not yours, you have no right in taking it. Just as much as you can’t take someones property because it was abused or neglected. The best thing to do is report it to the proper authorities and allow the law to handle the situation.”
Take a moment and think about what you may do.
We are not consenting or agreeing to either side here, but we believe this topic should be heard and given some consideration on what the best thing may be to do. Maybe with the help of the public, our laws may change in the future and make it more difficult for people to leave their dogs outside year round chained or tied up, without shelter, fresh water, etc. The truth is, yes there are many dogs left neglected and in most cases abused as well. It is up to us to use our voices when their voices cannot be heard. We as people need to come together and stand up for these innocent animals and make sure they all get a chance at a safe, healthy, and happy life.

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