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A Montana dog who was stolen from its owner in October, it was recently found that of more than 2,000 miles away, in West Virginia, and, with the help of a group of volunteers and was re-united with his family.
Zeus, a 9-year-old pit bull of the West, was taken from his home when his owner Cassandra Rasmussen, left, and a friend of the family to stay with them, and came home to a house without a Muse.
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“It would seem that She, who is a single mom in Butte, Mont., must be a friend of the family to come and stay with her for a little bit,” Chelsea Staley, the Kanawha Charleston Humane Association, told WOWK-TV. “The ‘friend’ basically robbed her blind, stole her wallet, any number of things while they were working on it, including her dog, Zeus.”
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The loss of a dog takes a huge toll on Rasmussen and her daughters, and the mother told me that she wanted for Christmas was to have Zeus back in their arms.
Months later, the person who made the pooch, was arrested in Nitro, W. V., and Zeus with him. He was taken to the Kanawha Charleston Humane Association, where she discovered Zeus was micro-chipped and registered to Rasmussen.
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The shelter is scheduled to submit to Zeus, which is the home of the Montana, but I thought that it was “too big” to fly in the market to 73 pounds. Therefore, the wildlife rescuers will be contacted Paws, a Volunteer of Transport in an attempt to get out of Zeus’s house.
In the end, more than a dozen volunteers and has helped thousands of kilometers from the east to the north-west of America, and to get Zeus home to the local Humane Association, wrote on Facebook. They took a trip to the turn, over the course of four days, and he was in the house, Dec. 16.
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“It’s great, it’s a great experience, a great opportunity for you to show it to the people and communities in the United States of america, to help jump in on this and help reunite this dog with his family,” Jenn Robles, a volunteer for the animal during transport group, he told the news outlet.
Robles is added to KTMF, it took “15 to the volunteers, the so-called” three slumber pawties, nine states and 2,000 miles to get to Zeus ‘ home, to be with his family just a week before Christmas.