He never turned up.” Rayner said she panicked as she had to get to the last train to Aberdeen with her daughter, who suffers from asthma.She said: “I thought I’d take the dog to Aberdeen but my son phoned and said the photo from the ad was an American picture from 2005.
Rayner had travelled from her home in Aberdeenshire with her daughter, aged nine, after seeing the dog advertised on Gumtree.
She said: “I went to buy a dog but the dog was not the same as the picture advertised.” We can reveal that Kai’s real name is actually Pluto.
But I could see there was something up because he was very skinny.
“I said I wanted to take the dog for a walk, so he asked me for £150 as a deposit in case I didn’t come back. I phoned and said ‘You better come back for your dog’.
A LONELY dog abandoned at a train station with a suitcase of his belongings was the victim of a sale which went wrong, the Record can reveal.
The Daily Record spoke to the woman who left shar-pei crossbreed Kai at Ayr station – and she claims she did nothing wrong.
Explaining her decision to leave the dog, Rayner said: “I went to Ayr to buy the dog.
“The guy rushed out with a food chest and lead on the dog.
They said more than £2500 has been raised to look after him thanks to an appeal.
Fin Rayner, 39, said the dog had been advertised for sale on the website Gumtree.
But when she arrived at Ayr to hand over the agreed £400, the sale turned sour and the dog was abandoned.