In Indiana, a family is very happy to have their doggo home. The dog has been reunited with them after eight long years of going missing from Fort Wayne.
– A dog went missing eight years ago in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
– Just recently, the dog was brought in as a stray with the Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control.
– The dog owners were reunited with the dog through…
The dog owners are identified as Cara Seiler and Kailey Kuntz. They shared that they got their doggo Kemo when it was still a pup. Two years later, however, that was when Kemo went missing. Seiler shared that when Kemo was nowhere to be found, they did everything they could to find him. They put up posters and asked help from others to keep an eye out for Kemo.
And on Tuesday this week, they got the call they’ve been waiting for. They received the call from Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control and it was all thanks to the doggo being microchipped. The dog was apparently brought in as a stray doggo. Holly Pasquenelli of the Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control shared, “It is just so important to get your pets microchipped, because it never falls off, it never leave. In my entire career, this is the longest reunion that we’ve been able to have.”
During the reunion, Seiler shared, “Kailey and I were crying the whole way from Auburn to Fort Wayne. It was surreal. When we walked in the door, he knew it was us.” The whole time that Kemo went missing, Seiler and Kuntz also started their own animal rescue center called Canine Haven Rescue. All the doggos under their care are microchipped as they know its importance.
Read the amazing story by Karli VanCleave at – https://fortwaynesnbc.com/