It was a beautiful spring morning, and the sun was shining.
A few dogs had gathered on the sidewalk outside a small, wooden home in the middle of the town of Graz, Austria.
The owner of the house had been visiting her elderly neighbour, who had been diagnosed with dementia.
The elderly man had a cane and walked with a cane.
One of the dogs was named Amelia.
The man told Amelia that his sister had recently died, and he wanted to take care of her.
He was looking for a home for her and her elderly family, and Amelia asked him to look after her.
So, she got a new house and she was adopted by a local couple.
The couple offered her a place to stay in their home, and she said yes.
It was the start of an unexpected journey for Amelia, a 10-year-old Labrador mix who had recently been taken in by a couple who had lived in the same house.
The first year of Amelia’s life was a struggle.
She was adopted in Austria by a family who had only moved into the town a few months before.
Amelia had no idea that she was being taken in, but the couple had no plans to keep her, so Amelia moved in with her foster family.
That was in April 2015.
Amelia started walking around, but she was only learning to sit up straight.
Her foster family was concerned, and so Amelia was taken in and given a wheelchair, but Amelia kept getting in and out of trouble.
She started getting into fights with other dogs and people, so she was taken into the care of the foster family in October of that year.
The foster family had a problem with Amelia, because Amelia was very shy and didn’t have any social skills.
When the foster families first got to know Amelia, they found she was very protective of her sister.
Amelia’s foster family tried to help her, but they were overwhelmed by the dog’s behaviour.
The family didn’t know how to handle the dog.
When Amelia started to act up, the foster parents started to get suspicious.
The girl started throwing things and getting into trouble, and that was when the foster father took the dog to the police.
The dog was taken to the Graz police station, and a court hearing was held on the day Amelia was finally taken in.
The judge ordered Amelia to be put on a leash.
But that didn’t stop Amelia from throwing things, biting people and stealing their money.
At the hearing, the judge made it clear that if the dog didn’t get a leash within three days, she would take the dog away.
Amelia was put on probation for three months.
On March 30, 2016, Amelia was found guilty of theft and given two weeks in a shelter.
Amelia did not have a licence to keep dogs, and this is where the dogs’ guardian had to intervene.
A lawyer for the dog-owning couple asked for the dogs to be released from the shelter and taken to a vet.
Amelia didn’t want to be taken away, and her foster parents said they would do it themselves.
But Amelia’s guardian told the court that the dogs were not to be adopted.
Amelia couldn’t get the dogs a new home, so the court had to send Amelia to the German Shepherd Animal Rescue Centre, a shelter run by the German Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The German Shepherd has been involved in a lot of cases of abuse, including dog fighting, so it was an ideal place for the rescue centre to take Amelia.
But the German society for the prevention of cruelty to animals wasn’t a shelter, and they didn’t accept dogs from animals.
They couldn’t find a new shelter that would accept the dogs, so they had to put Amelia on a waiting list.
Amelia has now been found and is now waiting to be returned to the shelter.
The dogs are in their foster family now.
In August 2016, the German shepherd had a surgery to remove a tumor from his neck.
He is doing well, and his guardian, who is a former nurse, is taking care of Amelia.
At first, Amelia had been in the foster home for three weeks, but now she has been placed with a family friend.
Amelia is now a regular visitor at the German shelter and she is doing fine.
However, she still has a few problems with the foster owner.
Amelia told her foster parent that she could not stand being left in the home alone and that she wanted to go out with the dog and play with him, but that she wasn’t allowed to leave the home without permission.
The new foster family also refused to take the dogs back.
They told Amelia she was too old for the place and that the dog was a threat to the young woman.
The women’s friend said that she didn’t like Amelia, and told the foster mother that she would be taking the dogs if Amelia wanted to come home.
Amelia wants to stay with her adoptive family, but it is not clear how she can