LIVERMORE, Calif. (KRON) — A French bulldog that was lacking for greater than a yr was discovered 466 miles from house and finally reunited with its homeowners, because of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Workplace. The canine was found on Jan. 4 by Livermore Law enforcement officials after finding a parked automobile that had been reported as driving recklessly, Livermore PD mentioned in a social publish.
The driving force of the automobile ran away however was recognized as a parolee with an energetic no bail parole violation warrant. Contained in the automobile, officers found an deserted French bulldog, based on the publish. The automobile was towed and the canine was transported to the East County Animal Shelter.
Whereas on the shelter, an Alameda County Sheriff’s technician situated a microchip on the canine. It was found that the Frenchie belonged to an proprietor in Chula Vista. The technician contacted the proprietor and located that the canine, named “Muny,” had been lacking for greater than a yr.
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The household additionally informed the shelter that they had acquired messages from an unknown sender requesting cash for the canine’s return. The unknown sender by no means offered proof that they had the canine and the household felt they had been being scammed, based on Livermore PD.
Shocked to study that Muny had been discovered a yr later and eight hours away, they made the drive to the East County Animal Shelter the place they had been reunited with Muny.