A little over two years ago, Linda Harmon was forced to say goodbye to her beloved dog, Twixx. The misbehaving dog was a prodigious digger, and it created enormous holes in the fence in order to escape. A mark on his head was caused by one of his abortive efforts to flee the facility.
To prevent Twixx from escaping, Linda’s husband built a fence around the yard and surrounded it with metal posts. They were dumbfounded when they were unable to find it, and they were unable to provide an explanation for how his dog had gone.
The family wasted little time in beginning their search. They posted pictures of their dog, Twixx, on social media and posted posters all throughout the neighborhood in an attempt to find their pet as fast as possible.
A lady who had seen the dog’s Facebook post contacted Linda and sent him with photographs of a dog with a scar on its head that was an identical match for Twixx’s scar.
As reported by The Dodo, Linda remarked,
She apologized for having to hand this over to you but explained that she had discovered your Twixx. This is a picture of the pedestrian who was hit while standing next to the roadway.
After believing that her dog had died away, Linda called the company that provided her dog’s microchip in an attempt to have the device removed, but she just couldn’t bring herself to do it.
“Deep down in my soul, I was never able to accept it. My husband informed me that I needed to let things go in order to move on. Your tears are a sacrifice for him. But I made a solemn vow that I would never have another dog again, and I stuck to that vow for the following two years.
Recently, she received a phone call from the local Mobile County Animal Shelter, which questioned whether or not she had ever had a pet that wore a microchip while she was out with her church group.
Linda recalls that she began crying and that people of her church rushed to her in concern, but that her tears were really tears of pleasure.
The adoption center helped the process go more smoothly by detaining the dog behind the door while the new owner spoke to him. The woman was concerned that after all this time, her dog wouldn’t remember her and that the dog’s reaction to her being there may be one of discomfort or fear.