According to Friday's WCNC News, a lost German shepherd, who is known for his comforting presence at a cemetery in Lincolnton, N.C., has been found and reunited with his family.
The dog, named "Boh," disappeared in late Feb. from the Forest Lawn Cemetery, where he spent his days with employees and visitors. Boh's guardian, Brad Beal, took to Facebook in an effort to locate his missing dog.
On Thursday night, Boh was discovered 25 miles from home.
It was a tip from a N.C. lost and found dogs page on Facebook which ultimately led Boh back to his family.
On the Facebook page which was created for the missing dog, the following statement was posted about a woman who helped with the reunion:
She saw a lonely, lost German Shepherd out in the cold rain tonight, and she cared enough to take him into her home, keep him warm and safe, and post his photo in hopes that he could be reunited with his family.
What a blessing that Boh ended up in the hands of someone with such a big heart. She probably doesn't realize it yet, but she is a HERO tonight
Now, investigators are looking into the situation further - shortly after Boh's disappearance, someone saw a woman in scrubs loading him into her car. On the Bring Boh Home Facebook page, the identity of that woman is known - they stated:
Every time she offered information, it was something different, the story always changed. But apparently, she stopped for gas, and Boh jumped out of the car (SEE HOW SMART HE IS?!?!) near Huntersville.
In the meantime, Boh's family is ecstatic that their boy is home, and he seems to be every bit as excited as well.
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