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This woman really loves her dog.
Carole King, of Washington, was reunited with her runaway puppy — after leaving her job and devote a full 57 days to find the missing dog.
Carole was on vacation in Kalispell, Mont., together with jules Verne, a King, and their 7-year-old border collie, Katie, in July, when the pooch went missing.
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According to Carole, It ran on July, 20, as the pair went out for dinner after they had left it behind at My Place, the Hotel where they were staying. The couple think a storm spooked It, causing her to try to escape from it.
Carole King, of Washington, was reunited with her runaway puppy (not pictured) after leaving her job and devote a full 57 days to find the missing dog.
After the realization of the much-loved dog has been missing, Carole, told NBC Montana they are ill.
The couple looked back over to the hotel and called It for the night, but the dog never turned up. The next day, the two pilots, and continued the search by knocking on doors, posting on social media, and travel in and around the small Montana town, calling Katie’s name.
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In the end, as the couple’s vacation came to an end, and It was not to be found, Carole made the decision to quit her job as a postal clerk, so that they will be able to stay in Montana and love it.
“Do you love your dog so much, and you’ll just have to hope,” Carole told NBC Montana. “You know how they look. You can’t give up.”
In the nearly two-month’s dedicated quest to find her dog, and Carole ended up making friends with some of the locals in the city, and some of them would have set her up with a text message, or through social media and words of encouragement.
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“There were days that I just cry because I couldn’t do this with my dog and a stranger from the Kalispell texted me to say,” oh, that, ” in a conversation with me, and [parts of] the encouraging words,” the King said to the outlet.
It is a miracle, on Sept. 15, Carole had received a tip that a man had been seen Alone in his garden. With the help of the local residents, Carole was in a position to be able to spot the dog in the bush, and to call It to her.
“It was just — I think I need a different word for it — but it’s wonderful,” Carole said. “I just don’t know how to describe it.”
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It had lost 12 pounds during the ordeal, but is very healthy otherwise, and has now been reunited with her family.