Dogs are often regarded as the prettiest and most innocent of burglars. However, owing to the actions of a stray dog, a permanent home for him was found this time!

It all began when the employees at a Dollar General in Kenansville, North Carolina, saw a huge dog walking through their doors with just one goal in mind: to steal a purple plush unicorn from the store. When the workers were caught red-handed, they quickly retrieved the toy and courteously invited the four-legged client to leave.

However, the staff’s measures did not prevent the dog from obtaining what he desired, and he continued to return for the toy he had been so attached to for at least five more visits, finally departing empty-handed on each occasion. As a result, they reached out to Duplin County Animal Control for assistance.

They made the nicest gesture to him after they reached the animal control facility. Once they arrived, the officials at the facility did the cutest thing for him. Officer Samantha Lane decided to buy the toy with her own money and give it to this gentle giant before taking them both to an animal sanctuary in the area.

What transpired next seemed to be straight out of a fairy tale with a joyful ending. Once he arrived at the shelter, the dog – who had been given the name Sisu by the staff – was groomed in preparation for a photoshoot. It goes without saying that his newest stuffed companion could not have been absent from the party. But they had no idea that a snapshot of this adorable couple would become viral on Facebook within minutes of being posted. This was not the end of the story, as both Sisu and his purple unicorn were adopted a few days later.

On the shelter’s Facebook page, it says, “This is what happens when you break into the Dollar General repeatedly in order to steal the purple unicorn that you laid claim to, but then get animal control called to lock you up for your B&E and larceny, but the officer purchases your item for you and brings it in with you.”

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By Anna

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