A dog from Florida was taken as a puppy, has now found his way home after being found two years later in Colorado.
According to WFLA, Animal charity organization Wings of Rescue says the German Shepherd named Cedar was covered with snow in a rural Colorado ditch, apparently malnourished with an injured leg when a deputy marshal found her. The pet was identified thanks to its microchip.
The youngest of four dogs in the Peterson family, Cedar was stolen from their backyard in May 2017 in the town of Southwest Ranches, north of Miami.
I would have been devastated if my puppy was taken from my home and then probably would have lost all hope of ever finding my dog ever again. Then, two years later the dog pops up in Colorado… I wonder if the dog even remembers his original owners, especially since the dog was taken as a puppy.
No one knows how the dog wound up nearly 2,000 miles away from home in the Colorado.
[Source: WFLA NEWS CHANNEL 8]