Seagull Picks Up Chihuahua Then Flies Away, Leaving Family Devastated

by Ayoub Mask

Life is mostly quite predictable, but sometimes you could never expect some of the things that it will throw your way. Being caught off guard sucks since you often have absolutely no idea how to deal with it.

You just have to learn how to handle certain unexpected situations since life will constantly keep surprising you and throwing challenges your way until you physically can no longer handle them.

Whenever you're walking your dog, you never expect anything crazy to happen, but that's when life sneaks up on you and sends a seagull to kidnap your dog, which is exactly what happened to this U.K dog owner.

A four-year-old chihuahua named Gizmo used to have a wonderful life in his forever home in Paignton, England.

He lived there with two other chihuahuas and his parents 24-year-old Becca Hill and her partner.

A four-year-old chihuahua named Gizmo used to have a wonderful life in his forever home in Paignton, England.
via: Becca Louise Hill

Becca's partner witnessed the whole thing in their backyard, as Hill told the BBC, "A seagull swooped down and grabbed him by the scruff of his neck. My partner tried to grab his legs, but he was not tall enough and... the seagull flew away."

 Becca's partner witnessed the whole thing in their backyard, as Hill told the BBC,
via: Reddit | michaelarney

The seagull had no trouble abducting little Gizmo and he proceeded to fly away as Hill watched them slowly disappear from sight.

Hill is still clueless to where the Seagull took Gizmo and ever since the incident, there have been no sightings of the dog.

The seagull had no trouble abducting little Gizmo and he proceeded to fly away as Hill watched them slowly disappear from sight.
via: Becca Louise Hill

Seagulls are not famous for attacking people's dogs, although they are quite larger than they may appear.

They are perfectly capable of picking up small animals unless they fight back, little Gizmo unfortunately lost the fight.

Seagulls are not famous for attacking people's dogs, although they are quite larger than they may appear.
via: Reddit | capeclasp

h/t: Devon LiveBBC, Diply

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