“We’re hopeful that’s the case for beautiful Nala who was reunited with her owner today, 4/13. Many hours were spent researching and contacting relatives and friends to find the owner and getting either no response, non working numbers, or wrong number as a response, typical for this work. But we don’t give up. Late Monday night I decided to look at the brothers FB page again. I looked back through last year and found 2 phone numbers for a hall/ restaurant he owns. I made note of the numbers and made it my first task in the morning to call them. Before going to bed and first thing in the morning I thought it has to be the brother. Tuesday I called the first number without success and called the second one. I reached the brother, he was very grateful and explained that his sister was in the hospital, had surgery, and he was caring for her. He also explained that since their Mother passed away they take care of each other. They are in their late 20’s and early 30’s. His sister was very happy Nala was found as she had been looking for her for awhile and was thinking she was stolen.
Because the family communicated best in Spanish, Jeanette reached out to Rubio, who spoke to the owner and arranged an appointment for him today, and Nala returned home.”
Thanks for your hard work on this Liz, our newest volunteer! Thank you Rubio for helping coordinate!
Lost Dogs Illinois