Angel took Oreo in, after he came to them in their yard. They did everything they could think of to get him home. Flyers, posting all over social media, checking with police and animal control, etc. He learned about Microchip Help and submitted the information on October 27th. Angel said, "We are big dog lovers and will always do what's best for any dog. Thanks for trying to help locate the owners. I'll be here if anything and Oreo has a bed and is warm and being fed." Truly an Angel.
Microchip Hunters worked days on this with no luck. Anti Cruelty Society where he was neutered and microchipped had no additional information, and as a last resort, letters were sent to 3 addresses researched. Angel really wanted to be sure nobody was looking for Oreo if they were to keep him.
Angel and his family talked it over, and decided to make Oreo part of their family on November 8th, when I received a call from Levan...he said, "I am calling about my dog Oreo." He had gotten the flyer in the mail that was sent to his relative he lives with, and that he is microchipped to. He said, "I am missing my friend." He said he drove around 12 blocks in all directions, and that he was in the yard when he disappeared.
I gave Angel the information and they agreed to meet at the police station. I told Angel to ask for proof of ownership, just in case.
"Oreo was very excited and happy to be reunited with his owner. I didn't need further proof than his excitement and his little cries of happiness. Thanks for helping us reunite them."
Angel and his family got attached to Oreo, they said "Don't want to give him back but he isn't ours," and we are so thankful to get him home. "I hope many other cases that you do come out like this. If you ever need help with anything just let me know."
Thank you again to Angel and his family for taking such good care of this sweet dog, and doing the right thing. You are truly Oreo's angel, and he was so lucky he ended up with you.
Welcome home Oreo - you are loved