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I drove hours to pick up a free ‘pure bred pitbull’… but there were warning signs from the moment I picked her up | The Sun

A WOMAN who drove hours to pick up a free "pure bred pitbull" has said she noticed something as soon as she met the dog.

Posting under the username Madi on social media TikTok, she documented her journey picking up her new furry friend.

Madi explains how she drove two and a half hours to get a free "purebred pitbull".

And the TikToker revealed that she found the pup advertised for free on Facebook.

But her new dog turned out to be something totally different to what she paid for.

The footage then cuts to pictures of her dog which is clearly not a "pure bred" pitbull.

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Although adorable, the dark brown dog looks like a mix of different breeds.

The fur, facial shape and build all appear to be key indicators that her new pup is not a pitbull.

But despite not being the dog advertised, Madi said: "Definitely not a pitty, but wouldn't want her any other way."

TikTokers were quick to comment on the unusual situation.

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One said: "She’s adorable but she doesn’t even have the same fur as a pit lol."

And the creator replied: "The guy over text told me she was a pit as soon as I saw her I knew he was lying."

Madi also guessed that her new pup is "maybe a little of pit, some lab and a shepherd of some sort".

The TikToker added that she "hadn't gotten a DNA test" yet so was unable to accurately clarify the breed of her furry friend.

Since 2020, pet scams have risen more than 400 per cent as crooks target those desperate for a companion.

A reported 1,428 victims lost £614,226 to fraudsters during three months in 2020.

Another woman was also left stunned when she realised her purebred £1.7k goldendoodle puppy was not what its papers claimed it was.

While one dog owner bought a £3k purebred French bulldog puppy – which grew up to look shockingly different too.

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