Monday, November 30, 2015

Lola's home!

Hardly a day goes by without a plea crossing our transom about a missing dog or the search for the culprit in an animal torture case. Sadly, many times these calls for help are futile.

Lola's home!

The happy reunion with Lola
The happy reunion with Lola

Hardly a day goes by without a plea crossing our transom about a missing dog or the search for the culprit in an animal torture case. Sadly, many times these calls for help are futile.

Philly Dawg was reading just such a plea from the Humane Society of the United States today which was offering a reward for the beating and killing of a five-year old pit bull in Harrisburg, when up popped the news that Lola, the missing English Bulldog from New Jersey was home. 

A New Year's miracle if ever there was one.

Cindy Rogers and her family, thought Lola had been dognapped near her Sicklerville, New Jersey home on Christmas Eve by someone driving a BMW.

HeavenSent Bulldog Rescue folks tell Philly Dawg a man called them to report he had picked up the dog on the street thinking it was a stray and could get hit, but realized it belonged to someone when his family saw a TV news story about the missing dog, That's when he contacted the rescue. 

Said Kara Gordon, adoption coordinator for HeavenSent: "It's a great day, a real happy ending." The Rogers' teenage son, Gregory, who has Down Syndrome was expected to see his late Christmas gift yesterday evening.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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