Anna Faris is working to get her dog back after it was allegedly found on the streets in Los Angeles.
Laurel Kinder, the owner of Kinder4Rescue, a non-profit dog rescue shelter in North Hollywood, told TMZ that a chihuahua adopted by Faris four years ago was turned over to a veterinarian on Friday. The dog, named Pete, was allegedly found wandering the streets by a good samaritan.
A rep for Farris tells PEOPLE that “Anna is thrilled that the dog has been found, and is ensuring all necessary arrangements are made to bring the dog home.”
Kinder claimed to TMZ that she hasn’t been able to get in touch with Faris, who allegedly signed a contract when she adopted the dog that stated she had to pay $5,000 if she ever gave the pet to a new owner. It is unclear if the contract states anything about penalties faced by the owner should a pet become lost.
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Kinder4Rescue did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment, but the owner wrote in a post on her Facebook page, “For those of you who keep asking and don’t see the post the dog is safe and always has been safe since we picked him up from the vet that someone brought him into.”