It’s always in the last place you look.
The family thought that their beloved pet dog had disappeared and contacted the police. Fortunately, the story has a happy, albeit somewhat unexpected, ending.
Authorities in England have responded to calls from a 93-year-old woman who was worried that her dog Tobi was missing, according to the Southwest News Service (SWNS). She reportedly did not see the cavalier King Charles Spaniel for two days and was very worried.
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The policeman was sent home to the woman for a health examination. Talking to the woman, the officer reached for the ground to pick up the fallen object. Then, the officer reportedly saw a small face peering at him from under the chair of the 93-year-old woman.
Apparently, you just got stuck under the chair.
Fortunately, he seemed to be in good health, apart from understandable hunger and thirst. Releasing the dog, the officer fed him and drank.
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According to SWNS, the officer said: “Both you and its owner seemed to be over the moon to reunite, and this was obviously a huge relief for the woman. Her family, friends and neighbors were looking for you, but she is increasingly suffered over time, believing that he had managed to get out, and fearing the worst. “
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The officer continued: “Our pets are friends and become family members. I’m just very pleased that we were able to relax the woman’s thoughts and make sure her dog is safe. “