You are just living in California when your dog was stolen from you four months ago. Do you think there is hope for both of you to be reunited?
In case, you will be reunited, in what way do you think this will happen? However, what will you do when someone from a shelter called you and said your dog was found?
To know the story about the Chihuahua
Kyle Musselman, director of Missaukee Humane Society reported that a Chihuahua named, Señor Santiago was brought to their shelter. When they scanned him, they found his microchip.
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They called the owner, but she was located in California and that’s too far in Michigan. The owner raised a fund just to cover the expenses and get her dog. Musselman was waiting for the owner to come since she raised the needed money.
“It’s a very hard situation,” he said.
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Musselman said while many of the animals they see aren’t microchipped, social media like Facebook has been key in the past year or two in reuniting lost pets with their owners.
“Our (returned to owner) rate has been great,” Musselman said.
This interesting article written by Anya Rath can be read at: http://www.mlive.com/news/