A Group of Men Wrote an Adorable Letter So They Could Befriend Neighbor’s Dog, Stevie Ticks 
Wed, April 21, 2021

A Group of Men Wrote an Adorable Letter So They Could Befriend Neighbor’s Dog, Stevie Ticks 

 

A group of guys studying engineering noticed that their neighbors had a two-year-old rescue dog. Frustrated over the fact that their own place in Bristol did not allow pets, the boys sent a letter to their neighbors asking if they could hang out with the dog. 

 

They even offered their services to walk the dog and hilariously even wrote, “If you ever get bored (we know you never will, but we can dream) we are more than happy to look after him/her.” 

 

In light of their forward and rather bizarre request, the boys explained that all of them had grown up with animals, and that having to move to a place that didn't allow pets caused them some stress, especially since they felt as though adult life is a “struggle” without a pet. 

 

However, what they got was something much, much better. According to a report by Fox News, “The Boys,” as they were affectionately dubbed by Stevie Ticks, the name of their neighbor’s dog, got a letter back from Stevie herself detailing all they need to do to win the heart of their soon-to-be furry friend. 

 

Photo Credit via Jack McCrossan on Twitter

 

In the letter, “Stevie” said, “I must warn you that the price of my friendship is 5 x ball throws a day and belly scritches whenever I demand them.” 

 

When it came time for the boys to finally meet Stevie Ticks, Sarah and Chris, the owners of Stevie Ticks, said that they all got along great. 

 

The Boys shared with BuzzFeed that the experience was amazing as well. 

 

“Meeting Stevie was great! She was definitely as energetic as described. We got to take her for a walk and she wouldn’t stop running!” 

 

Photo Credit via Jack McCrossan on Twitter

 

To cement their friendship, the boys created a group chat they could use so they could offer to walk Stevie Ticks as needed. 

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