It can happen to anyone, and it can happen in the blink of an eye. Seven months ago Molly, a Siberian Husky was stolen out of the Nelson families yard. The Nelson family immediately started to look for their dog, but as time went on, hope was fading.
It turns out, whoever stole Molly, must have either lost her, or dumped her off somewhere, and another family found her. She was very skinny, and hungry, so they took her in. They had no idea Molly’s real family was still worried about her and hoping one day she would be found.
Molly must be a really good escape artist, as most huskies are, and she managed to slip a collar and take off. The new family immediately started calling shelters hoping to track down the dog they were trying to save.
Thankfully, Molly was picked up by animal control and taken to a shelter. They scanned her for a microchip, and found out she belong to the Nelson family. Molly had now been missing for over 7 months. The family that had found her, contacted the shelter that had Molly and learned the story of how she had been stolen 7 months before.
A hard decision had to be made. Does the new family give the dog back to the Nelson Family, or do they try to keep Molly? The new family went to the shelter to give hugs and kisses and say goodbye to Molly. It was not an easy decision, but they felt it was the right thing do to.
Molly was reunited with the Nelson family after seven months! The Nelson family said their other dog Max is going to be overjoyed to be reunited with his sister!
A huge thank you goes out to this unknown family, who opened their hearts and their home to save this dog from the streets, and then to make that decision to let the dog go back to it’s original family. Thank you for being amazing!
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