Ily, a dog who survived a terrible car crash, and then disappeared for over two months, was reunited with her guardian earlier this week, and now, there is hope that the stray dog who was running with her in the Arizona desert, may have his own happily ever after as well, reported Wednesday's ABC 15 News.
Ily, and a dog dubbed "Buddy," were trapped earlier this week. Ily was reunited with her guardian, Rose Sharman, and her friend, Buddy, went to the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control.
Shelter workers were able to contact Buddy's original owners using an identification tag on his collar; the facility learned that Buddy had been given away.
Attempts to contact Buddy's most recent owner have not panned out, but the original owner has told the facility that they will take Buddy home if his current owner cannot be contacted.
Al Aguinaga, with the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control told ABC 15 News:
We finally made a connection. I like to call it a love connection. Bringing people and pets together is what we do and we found the home. The original owner, they’re going to come in and have the dog licensed, vaccinated, altered and have a great reunited peace,"
Read more about Ily's rescue and reunion at this link.
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