I have no idea if he was dropped or where he is now'.
But spare a thought for a woman in the United Kingdom who is distraught after a seagull flew off with her goddamn pet dog.
Shop worker Rebecca Hill, 24, who is four months pregnant, was left reeling in horror yesterday afternoon when the bird descended on her garden in Paignton, Devon.
"My baby is still missing", the bereaved pet owner wrote on her Facebook page.
A British pet owner just learned that lesson the hard way after a seagull swooped down into her back garden, snatching up her beloved chihuahua in its beak. Gizmo, their tiny brown and white miniature chihuahua, was with him - until suddenly he wasn't.
According to The Guardian, Hill was in her garden when the incident happened around noon on Sunday.
Hill later added on Facebook that her six-year-old daughter is "very upset" by Gizmo's absence.
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Gizmo was taken by a seagull.
Hills issued a missing poster in her quest for help but has since deleted the post after receiving hate online with many users mocking the situation.
Neighbors claim that they've spotted a suspicious-looking seagull spotted in the area close to where the dog disappeared.
She said there had been no sightings of Gizmo since. "Fortunately these types of incidents are very rare and not typical gull behavior".
Gizmo is still missing and several people are helping with the search.
He owners, Rick and Michelle Riendeau of Brooklyn, Connecticut, were delighted to hear their dog was safe.