From our friends at CNN: When Aisha Nieves lost her dog in Allentown, Pennsyvania, she was devastated. She did the usual things you do when you lose a dog, but had no luck finding Kovu.
Turns out he was taken to the Lehigh County Humane Society and adopted out to another family. Two years later, the family was forced to return the dog when they faced eviction due to the COVID pandemic.
Good thing Aisha had never given up on having a dog in her home. Scrolling through the humane society’s webpage, she found her beloved Kovu and was able to reunite with him!
Have you seen the news about this Good Samaritan pilot yet? Apparently, the heating system in the cargo hold malfunctioned during a long-distance flight, and the pilot became concerned about the French Bulldog he knew was down there. Concerned enough that he diverted the flight to Frankfurt and loaded the dog onto another flight.
It ended up taking just over an hour, but apparently none of the passengers complained. Which was good of them. I’m not sure I would have been so nice. (Why, yes, I am feeling crabby today!) Trans-Atlantic flights are pretty grueling to begin with, and I can never find a comfortable position on an airplane. I’m glad these passengers were so concerned about the dog, and very glad the pilot took the right action!
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
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