Losing a pet is every pet owner’s fear. Dogs usually find their way home when they happen to wander off. However, it’s a whole different scenario when someone takes your dog away. In these cases, the dogs usually don’t make it back home to their owners. But there is one dog who was stolen from his owner and still came home just in time for Christmas.
Zeus, a Pitbull, was stolen in October. He was taken together with some of his owner’s belongings. Cassandra, the owner, and Zeus lives in Butte, Montana. This is where Cassandra’s “friend” took off with some of her belongings – including Zeus. Cassandra took to social media to help find her dog. Zeus was found 2,000 miles away from where they lived. At that point, Cassandra knew she needed help to get Zeus home. Zeus is a 73-pound Pitbull. He is just to be transported via plane.
Fortunately, some people have hearts big enough to help this big dog get home. A group of 15 volunteers from different cities and states helped to get Zeus back to Cassandra before Christmas. Many Paws Volunteer Transport and Kanawha Charleston Humane Association facilitated Zeus’ transport.
It took 15 volunteers to get Zeus safely back to Cassandra. He needed to be transported across nine states. It was a long drive. The volunteers relayed for four days across the states until Zeus is safely home to Cassandra. Just imagine driving for hours from the border of one state to the border of the next one.
The volunteers who helped get this dog home are genuinely wonderful people. They gave their precious time and effort to help out a dog that was 2,000miles away from home. For sure, these people will have a special place in Cassandra and Zeus’ lives. Kudos to the volunteers and to the groups who coordinated Zeus’ transport. You guys rock!
Credits to WOWK 13 News for the video.