There's lots of factors to consider when adopting a new pet. You have to think about the size of an animal, if it'd get along with everyone else in the house, and whether or not the animal is legally allowed in your state. Yes, you read that correctly.
Jack is Siberian Husky currently seeking adoption. Twitter user @historiancole came across Jack's profile while looking at animal adoption pages and noticed something surprising: Apparently, due to "mischief" when he was a pup, he cannot legally live in the state of Maryland.
It seems poor Jack had a rambunctious childhood; according to his bio seemingly written by the Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue Inc, he gets along well with other dogs but is not good with cats (same, TBH). He is aggressive on the leash, and will require a lot of exercise, and can clear a four-foot fence. But the only part of the bio that any of us care about is that tidbit that is only being "disclosed" to applicants who are approved for adoption: "Unfortunately, due to some mischief that Jack got into when he was younger, he cannot legally be adopted or reside in the state of Maryland." WTF?
No answer was given which left Twitter to speculate — and do some of their absolute best research. Despite the grueling research efforts, no details were uncovered about Jack's past, which left Twitter fans with no choice but to speculate.
Eventually Historian Cole did find a lead but it is all still pretty speculative.
That seems like a pretty good guess but the only person who knows for sure is Jack and he isn't a person at all.
If you'd like to help out Jack's Shelter you can do so at the link below.