They physically went over to Iggy's new home and carted Iggy back to the shelter.
Now you tell me. What would be best for Iggy -- to live with a family that loves him? Or, live in a dog shelter?
If you agree that Iggy should be returned to the family that loves him, email or call Mutts and Moms today. You can reach them at:
Urge Mutts and Moms to SET IGGY FREE!
UPDATE: A spokesperson for Mutts and Moms said "rules are rules" and that the adoption agency has no plans to turn over Iggy. Degeneres had given the dog to her hairdresser, who has two children. On Sunday Mutts and Moms came, police in tow, to retrieve the dog.
Despite an on-air plea from Degeneres, Mutts and Moms owner Marina Batkis "is not going to give them the dog."
... the Pasadena-based organization that has been the target of death and arson threats and calls for a boycott since DeGeneres' emotional retelling of the doggy dilemma on her talk show Tuesday, said that his client has no plans to return the four-month-old Brussels Griffon terrier mix to DeGeneres' hairdresser and her two young daughters. [...]Yeah, a decent home for a dog now living in a shelter. The NERVE of them. Geezzzz Someone should take Ellen and Portia out back and slap them! How dare they find a good home for a homeless little dog.
"[Batkis] doesn't think this is the type of family that should have the dog," Fink told the Associated Press. "She is adamant that she is not going to be bullied around by the Ellen DeGenereses of the world…They are using their power, position and wealth to try to get what it is they want."