A Dog That Was Stolen Five Years Ago Travels 600 Miles To Meet Its Family

Stephanie Moore-Malmstrom thought it was a joke when she got a text saying her dog, Sheba, had been found in a town over 600 miles away.

“At first, I wondered, ‘Where have my million dollars and cruise gone?’The Dodo, according to Moore-Malmstrom.”Someone is following me,”

A police officer used her microchip to identify Sheba, but Moore-Malmstrom was unconvinced.Despite the fact that the puppy was much older, Moore-Malmstrom recognized Sheba the moment she saw her on FaceTime.”Oh my God, you have my dog, you have our baby,” Moore-Malmstrom recalled thinking.

Sheba was soon in the air, on her way home, thanks to Pilots N Paws, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving animals by flying them back to their families or no-kill shelters.Moore-Malmstrom was overjoyed to see her puppy after such a long time when Sheba stepped off the plane.Sheba dashed over in ecstasy when she saw Moore-daughters, Malmstrom’s.

“I experienced every emotion that you could even begin to fathom,” Moore-Malmstrom said.
Sheba was unable to contact my daughters in time.Sheba could finally relax and enjoy her family’s affection now that she was safe in their arms.

Sheba was taken from the Moore-Malmstrom family’s yard in Baytown, Texas, in 2018 and taken to the Texas Panhandle, where she was eventually adopted and raised by a family for four and a half years, according to the Moore-Malmstroms.Sheba’s new owners decided they didn’t want to care for her after the family had to relocate and rehome her, so they left her on the street.Sheba was living outside and being cared for by a local youngster when an animal control officer discovered her and ran a microchip scan on her.

Moore-Malmstrom is grateful to Borger Animal Control and Friends of Texas Panhandle Shelter Pets for their help in relocating Sheba.

Moore-Malmstrom remarked, “So many people came together to get her home to me.Sheba seemed incredibly appreciative to be back with her family. Despite the fact that they have been away for a long time, they still have the rest of their life to make up for it.