Celebrating Christmas with the family is one of blissful feeling for all. So in most cases everyone willing to be in the house where they raised. This feeling is familiar even for pets. So when your beloved pet missed during this beautiful season will be a feeling of great sorrow for the whole family.
Zeus is a pit bull mix dog who lives in Butte, Montana. But unfortunately, he was stolen from his home, and found in West Virginia where the 2000 miles away from the house. Since the airlines refused to carry him because of his weight, two organizations helped him to get back home. Dozens of volunteers provide transportation, and as a count, it was fifteen drivers across nine states relay in four days…!!
Zeus the dog was stolen and ended up 2,000 miles away. It took 15 volunteers (or “30 legs”) to get him back home
The doggo was stolen back in late October 2019 and came back home only in December 2019
The doggo’s owner used FaceTime to confirm that it was her good boy who was found 2,000 miles away
“It’s wonderful. This is a great experience, a great opportunity to show the people and communities across the United States offering to help, jumping on this—to help reunite this dog with its family,” Jenn Robles one volunteer expressed happiness. After a long journey, he was returned to the home safe and happy while giving an example of humanity.
A relay of volunteers drove Zeus for 4 days across 9 states
Zeus was incredibly happy to be reunited with his owner and her kids
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