Blikk, a Hungarian tabloid has reported about a wonderful meeting. Dorka the dachshund was lost three years ago near Kunszentmiklós, Hungary. Her owner, Kinga, did not give up hope and kept searching for the puppy, informing local vets and shelters about the search.
“While other people dream of winning the lottery, I wanted one thing: for her to escape from where she was, find a bona fide person and have her chip read. Then she could come back to me,” Kinga told Blikk.
Recently, however, the Tisza Animal and Nature Protection Association (Tisza Állat- és Természetvédő Egyesület) was alerted by the puppy’s chip, and the animal welfare workers informed Kinga that they had found Dorka. Fortunately, the dachshund, who is in good condition, has not forgotten her owner. From now on, they will take better care of each other, nlc.hu writes.
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Source: Blikk, nlc.hu
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