In December of 2014, an adorable seal was discovered living at a pet store in South Carolina.
The seal, which was named “Little Seal,” was about 6 months old.
Its adorable appearance was one of the reasons the owner was so excited when he found out that he could bring Little Seal into the pet store and pet store pet store.
Unfortunately, Little Seal did not live up to his name and his name was a bit of a pain in the ass.
So, the owner decided to bring Little Sesame back to the pet stores in South Carolina to be adopted.
Little Seal is a little cute, but his life is not over.
Now, after being adopted by a pet shop, Little Seline has become the most hated seal in South CARolina.
In the past two years, the seal has been attacked by burglars, run over by a car, bitten, and even had his seal torn from his body.
The animal’s owner, Richard DeFries, says that the seal’s owners had to take the seal out of the pet shop because the store is not allowed to euthanize animals that are sick.
This is not the first time Little Seal has been a target for burglars.
In August of 2016, a car drove into the Pet Store in North Carolina, hitting a car that had been parked outside.
The driver of the car was able to flee the scene.
The owner of the shop was arrested and charged with felony burglary.
After being charged, the shop has closed.
The reason for the closure?
The owner was charged with not caring about animals.
“We are the only one in the entire state of North Carolina who doesn’t care about animals,” DeFrys said.
“I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to Little Seal’s owners, and I want to apologize for this incident.”
DeFry’s lawyer, Charles Johnson, says he is not surprised that the shop closed.
“The owners did not care for the animals,” Johnson said.
The attorney also said that he thinks that the owners have a moral responsibility to care for animals.
According to Johnson, DeFris is the only person in the state of South Carolina that does not care about dogs.
“In fact, I think the only reason they are closing their doors is because they are scared of Little Seal and what he might do,” Johnson told ABC News.
“He might run off with a couple of dogs.
The fact is, the law is wrong and it’s illegal to euthase animals.”
Little Seal does not have any medical problems, but the animal is not vaccinated.
He is in a very poor state of health and needs medical attention.
DeFriers father says that he plans to fight the charges against him.
“That’s just a stupid case of a criminal,” he said.