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Dog lovers are sharing a post fixed to a lamppost in Toronto, Ontario, with a heartbreaking request for a thief.

The unidentified writer said that the man robbed them in their home, took their DSLR camera and their money, but they did not care about that.

What they want back is their camera memory card, for a very touching reason.

 The poster reads: 'To the man in my house and robbed me. Keep the money, and my DSLR camera, and whatever else you took.

'But if you have the camera memory card, please, it has pictures of my dog's last day alive on it.

'I can’t replace those pictures. Please, throw it on to the porch or place it in the mail slot. Or mail it.

‘Please, she died a few days ago. I can’t even lose those photos as well.’

 Being robbed is a terrible experience, and the person doesn’t even care about any of their possessions being taken, but demanding the dog photos back, really shows how much they care about their dog.

A picture of the sign was shared on Facebook by Saoirse Morgan, who wrote: 'It is simply heartbreaking. I hope this person does the right thing. '

The post was shared more than 21,000 times on Facebook and it received many comments from people who expect the robber to be kind and return the memory card.

We also hope that the robber will see the post and do the right thing. No matter how desperately a person may need cash, he can surely understand the pain of losing a beloved dog.

Touching note asks for thief to return photos of dog’s last day alive

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Dog lovers are sharing a post fixed to a lamppost in Toronto, Ontario, with a heartbreaking request for a thief.

The unidentified writer said that the man robbed them in their home, took their DSLR camera and their money, but they did not care about that.

What they want back is their camera memory card, for a very touching reason.

 The poster reads: 'To the man in my house and robbed me. Keep the money, and my DSLR camera, and whatever else you took.

'But if you have the camera memory card, please, it has pictures of my dog's last day alive on it.

'I can’t replace those pictures. Please, throw it on to the porch or place it in the mail slot. Or mail it.

‘Please, she died a few days ago. I can’t even lose those photos as well.’

 Being robbed is a terrible experience, and the person doesn’t even care about any of their possessions being taken, but demanding the dog photos back, really shows how much they care about their dog.

A picture of the sign was shared on Facebook by Saoirse Morgan, who wrote: 'It is simply heartbreaking. I hope this person does the right thing. '

The post was shared more than 21,000 times on Facebook and it received many comments from people who expect the robber to be kind and return the memory card.

We also hope that the robber will see the post and do the right thing. No matter how desperately a person may need cash, he can surely understand the pain of losing a beloved dog.

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