Yesterday afternoon I noticed a dog running up and down our street, occasionally wandering through and around neighbor's yards. I'd never seen this dog being walked in the neighborhood before, so I went outside and got it to come into our back yard. I immediately noticed it didn't have a collar with a city license or identification, so I called the animal humane society and filed a "found report." Animal Control sent someone to pick up the dog and said they'd hold it for the owner to (hopefully) come and claim it. About an hour after the dog was picked up someone knocked on our door, and it turned out to be one of the owners of the dog. I told her I called animal control and gave her the physical address and phone number so she could go claim her pet. However, she got upset with me for calling them because she was going to be fined for having a dog over 4 months of age without a city license. :uhh: I told her calling animal control might've saved her pet's life and that it was irresponsible of her to think it's okay for her dog to run free; it could cause an accident, bite someone, or be run over and killed. She walked away cursing and I haven't heard anything about the incident since. I have very little patience with people who're careless with their pets. Has anyone else experienced a similar situation? How did you handle it?