Posted by Admin in Dog News
April 29, 2013
Four years ago Joyce Green’s dog Molly was stolen from her Texas home.
Green had given up hope of ever seeing Molly again and had even moved out of state when this past week she got a phone call that Molly had been found.
Last week Molly ended up at the Humane Society of North Texas as a stray. Luckily she had a microchip and a quick scan revealed Molly had an owner. When the shelter contacted Green she could hardly believe it.
“I said, ‘Oh my god! I can’t believe you found my baby,” said Green.
The staff at the shelter was just as thrilled about the situation.
“It was so exciting to talk to Joyce to tell her Molly was safe and sound and will be back soon,” said staff member Shelly Meeks. “I love that part of the job.”
One of the staff members will be taking Molly to be reunited with Green and the rest of her family in Kansas.
Green is excited to see Molly but also excited for Molly to be reunited with her 7-year-old autistic son. Even though Trent is only 7-years-old he still remembers his dog a he two shared a special bond.
“He was her best friend,” said Green. “They did everything together.” Now they will get to spend all their time together again.
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