Pets are considered to be a part of the family for a long time. Their inability to communicate and the owner’s inattentiveness can cause issues. That’s why there are volunteer animal welfare groups outside.
In this picture is Maddy, who lives with her family for over a decade. She looks fine here. However, the family had to shift from one Houston area to another in 2017, and the pet went missing just as they were about to leave.
Hurricane Harvey buried the final chance of finding a four-legged companion while wreaking havoc on the local infrastructure. Maddy was equipped with a microchip that had basic information, but they were unable to update it. The Lost Dogs of Texas Facebook page was the final chance. The data from the chip proved worthless when one of the volunteers spotted the small fugitive in early 2021, but their comparison with the information on the site gave results. The family was found in less than a day thanks to a particular program!
They didn’t forget about Maddie, didn’t replace her with other dogs, and kept looking for her. They encircled her with compassion and care as soon as the fluffy was returned. The dog has arrived at his new home. And, as if the four years of separation didn’t exist, there was general attention, embraces, and affection. Nobody likes to lose a loved one, yet it is through this experience that you learn the value of relationships.