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Lost Blind Dog Returned to Home

Lost Blind Dog Returned to Home

A San Antonio dog named Stevie Oedipus Wonder disappeared from his family’s home for about a month, so the owners assumed he had been lost and then died.

Stevie Oedipus Wonder had not died though he wound up at San Antonio Animal Care Services, but his dog tag information had not been updated so the owners could not be found. An ad was published to help find him a home, but he was also scheduled for euthanization. A school teacher saw the ad and volunteered to take him in for a short period. The teacher became curious after looking at Stevie’s dog tags and conducted a search on the Craig’s List website using the key words ‘blind dog’.

One of Stevie’s family members had placed on ad on the site describing the lost blind dog and their contact information should anyone find him. The school teacher reached out to them saying she had Stevie and he was reunited with his family.

Animal services or animal shelters are probably a good bet when one is looking for a lost animal. Also, microchipping a pet can help in these situations, because the owner information will remain with the animal and animal shelters typically know to scan them.

Another Christmas animal story with a happy ending resulted from a microchip implant in a cat that wandered about 2,000 miles from home but was found also.

Image Credit: Mrmcdonnell

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10:28AM PST on Feb 27, 2013

It just goes to show you that with a little effort and only a few minutes on the Internet some of the hard luck sweeties scheduled for Euthenisia can be saved!!!! Thanks

12:06PM PST on Jan 12, 2013

i have my dog Tian microchipped and regularly check the microchip still works and keep the information updated. i don't let him out of my sight though, no pun intended!

4:12PM PST on Jan 9, 2013

Wow, thanks for sharing.

12:41PM PDT on Sep 25, 2012

thank you

11:49AM PDT on Aug 20, 2012

Thank you again God for getting this precious pup back home safely!

8:47AM PDT on Apr 28, 2012

Good story. Thanks Jake for the article.

6:24AM PDT on Apr 18, 2012

Just a little extra effort and look how it paid off!

10:49PM PDT on Apr 17, 2012

Well done teacher, and family member who listed it on Craig's list--I'm glad the little one was returned home safely.

12:27PM PST on Mar 9, 2012

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2:49AM PST on Mar 2, 2012

Well done to the teacher who saved him.

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