I doubt that I’ll ever tire of these stories, and three words always come to mind: never give up.
What a wonderfully heartwarming story! Thank you!
Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch
Just like my friends! And there was another story in our paper like that last week or so. That microchipping is sure a good thing. I’m very glad I’ve got mine, just in case. Thanks for sharing. That was a pawsome ending to a sad story.
Now that is one happy ending….and another REASON to microchip your pets.
Madi and Mom
Awww! I needed a happy story this morning!
Great story – we all need to adopt Dennis’ motto of never giving up.
Woos – Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Great story – and again argues for chipping you dog!
I didn’t know that you’d moved and kept wondering why my blogger list never showed new posts. I’m glad that I came by to find out the reason!
Great story! Microchipping is a great idea – especially for people that like to travel with their pets.
We are so happy he got back to his family! Never giving up is so important, we have heard so many of these stories, it’s always possible, so never give up!
We just loved this!! What a wonderful ending to the story…and another story to support microchipping!!
Smileys and Snuggles!
Beth, Dory, Bilbo and Jacob
This is confirmation I need to microchip my 3 boston terrors. This dog was out there an entire year, omg…wonder how he survived? Am wondering how far from home he was found. What an awesome story. Sometimes microchips work, sometimes not – but guess it’s worth taking the risk they will.
My Boston Terrier Banjo went missing for 5 days, I put posters up a radius of about 10 miles, he is micro- chipped but a couple saw the poster and called me & I brought him home. He was 3 miles from home.
I am so thankful to the good people that do the right thing for these lost family members.
What a heartwarming story. Wonder how the little guy survived all of those months out on his own?
We love these stories too. Just last week a cat retuned home here in England after it had been missing for 18 months, it is incredible how they find their way home.
That’s Dennis’s motto!
aww… such a touching story.
This one got me blubbering. You could really tell how much his mama loved/missed him. Thanks.
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