AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - A chihuahua was 'arrested' by the Austin ISD Police Department after he boarded a school bus. He was taken to a local animal shelter and if he is not claimed, he will be put up for adoption, according to AISD.
According to Austin ISD, police officers were dispatched to downtown Austin after a small dog boarded a school bus near the 3100 block of East 4th Street. AISD Police took the small canine to the Austin Animal Center. If he is not claimed, the chihuahua will be put up for adoption.
The chihuahua's adventures were originally shared on Twitter by AISD Police Chief Ashley Gonzalez. "Apparently the word is out about @AustinISD education and excellent transportation."
#AISDProudPuppy! @AISDPolice officers were dispatched to a report that a chihuahua boarded a school bus🐕. He was found near 3100 E. 4th St. Austin &is now at @AustinAnimalCenter 🐶. If not claimed he will be available for adoption starting tomorrow Thurs. 4/4. Ref# A791797 🐕 pic.twitter.com/FLzloECarO— Austin ISD (@AustinISD) April 3, 2019
To reclaim your pet from the Austin Animal Center:
- You must visit Austin Animal Center to reclaim your pet.
- Bring proof of ownership like vet records or a photo ID of your pet to reclaim. You will also need your photo ID. We accept Driver's license, US or International passport, Government or other official photo identification, and Mexican Consulate Cards.
For this chihuahua use: Reference number A791797 and Kennel D-06