You have a puppy that you gave up because it was too much responsibility. But you try to push the blame on others.
You still see it, but most of the time, you can’t wait for your visit to be over so you can return it to its new owner. You can’t back your car out of the driveway fast enough and put enough distance between you and that puppy.
The check in calls, in-between visits, are few and far between.
Ironically, you are the first person to find fault with how puppy is being taken care of.
Yet, you don’t do anything except complain. On occasion. In the form of emails.
You want your complaints to be taken seriously?
I don’t think so.