Redditors applaud a man for refusing to provide a positive reference for a friend who has an autistic son seeking a dog adoption… Read on here to know why…

Taking a dog from a shelter is a wonderful thing to do to give the dog a better future. As a result, it is essential that the shelter investigates all factors before entrusting their dogs to someone. Considering the CVs of persons who offer adoptions, and more interviews may be necessary at any moment throughout the procedure. In that way the shelter may prefer someone who seems to guarantee the safety and comfort of their animals once they’ve been adopted into their homes.

A Reddit member described the difficult situation he found himself in when a friend requested him to provide a favorable reference so she could adopt a puppy from a nearby shelter. The OP (original poster) eventually declined the request since the information was false and may endanger the pet. He went on to say that the woman was living with her autistic son, who would most likely mistreat the rescue dog. As a result, he made the decision to tell the shelter the truth.

The story has gotten a lot of attention since it was posted on Reddit, with 2.6K upvotes and hundreds of comments. The great majority of netizens think that the OP is not a bad person for refusing to offer his friend a favorable recommendation. 

The woman also acknowledges that her kid “doesn’t always know how to be nice,” but she is still interested in adopting the dog. What part of her fails to see the danger that the dog is in? Do you think she adopted the dog with the goal of allowing her son to mistreat it?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Redditors applaud a man for refusing to provide a positive reference for a friend who has an autistic son seeking a dog adoption… Read on here to know why…
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