Who says there are no good people anymore? This story is proof that with a little goodwill and with little time, one dog and one family can reunite and be happy again. So let’s hear the story.
A good story often has a bad start
A seven-year-old dog named Jake was found alone wandering the streets of Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania. On examination at the vet, a microchip was found on Jake, and what was on that chip left the vet in wonder. Not only was Jake not from Roaring Spring, but he also wasn’t from Pennsylvania either.
Based on the data from the chip, the dog belonged to the family, 10 states and 2,000 miles away, at Phoenix, Arizona. When they came into contact with Jake’s family, they were delighted to learn that Jake is alive and well. Since the disappearance of their dog to this call has been more than a year.
They believe that someone took the dog, and after all this time they thought they would never see it again. And now we come to the problem. Jake’s owners have a newborn baby at home and they can’t come to pick him up that far.
But in the end, it always has a happy ending
This story spread through social networks. People volunteered to help unite the dog and its owners. With a T-shirt that says Arizona or Bust, Jake began his journey to his family.
One by one, people were transporting Jake, recording and uploading their videos on social networks. Day by day, every moment closer to his family, Jake traveled with strangers with a kind heart, until they had passed the last mile.
With the help of 20 good people, after 4 days of travel and 2,000 miles, Jake is finally back with his family.
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