"I was interested in a friend of mine having them possibly at her farm where I would be able to interact with them and just give them a good life," Colleen, the woman who adopted them, told WBBT in April. She did not give her last name.
But Colleen said that OJ bit at people, so she asked someone to watch him, she told WBBT in April. Eventually OJ landed at an animal shelter, 100 miles away from where he was first adopted, and was reported as a stray and without his canine companion, WWBT reported. The pair was eventually reunited at Richmond Animal Care and Control and were waiting for a new forever home, WBBT reported.