Usually animals, especially dogs, are most attached to the owners, and not to the home, but there are exceptions to the rule.
So, the four-legged hero of our today’s story covered a distance of 57 miles to return to her former home.
Drew Feebeck moved his family and golden retriever Cleo from Missouri to Kansas two years ago.
Everything seemed to be going well until one day the dog disappeared.
The owners unsuccessfully searched for a pet, but it seemed that there was no trace of her.
Colton Michael from Missouri was quite surprised when, upon arrival home, he suddenly found a dog at the front door.
It was evident that the pet was thoroughbred, well-groomed.
Moreover, she was wearing a collar, which indicated that the dog had to have its own owners.
Michael suggested that since the dog is well-groomed and thoroughbred, the owners were quite able to chip her.
The man took the animal to the vet. Suspicions were confirmed.
With the help of a special device, information about the owners of the dog was read from the chip.
What was Michael’s surprise when he realized that the owners of the dog were the previous owners of the house in which they now live with the whole family.
First, Colton studied social media. He found Drew’s post in a local group in his region.
The man made a post about his four-year-old golden retriever named Cleo missing.
The post was made a week ago.
Michael immediately contacted Drew and reported that they had a dog, that Cleo was found right on the threshold of the house.
Drew’s joy knew no bounds. Most importantly, the pet was alive and well.
He thanked Michael for a job well done and came to pick up the Labrador.
It still remains a mystery why the dog ran away from his owners in order to return to his old home.