Monica Newhard never thought that she would ever see her Zoey, a Bichon Frise, ever again.
Her brother, at that time, was the one who was watching the four-kilogram dog which was outside their house in Pennsylvania near the banks of Lehigh River. All of a sudden, an eagle dived towards her from the sky and snatched Zoey with its talons.
Her brother was amazed, mesmerized almost at the sight of what had just occurred. But he quickly gathered himself up as soon as the realization of their dog being taken away by an eagle caught up with him.
Immediately, her brother went out and drove everywhere for over an hour looking for their dog Zoey. Unfortunately, her brother had to break the sad news to Monica; that she might need to consider her loss and move on.
The family cried for Monica as much as for Zoey. They did not know how to recover from something like that. They also did not have it in their mind that they’re ever going to see Zoey once more, and if she’s still alive if ever they did.
It was a good thing though that none of them was correct. Later that afternoon, Zoey was found at least 6km away from their home.
Christina Hartman, fifty-one years of age was on the road driving when she spotted a white furry lump which turned to be none other than Zoey. She took Zoey with her. Zoey was cold and hungry so she fed her and went on to find her owner.
It did not take too long as Christina immediately found Monica’s post of Facebook the morning after and gave Monica a call, bringing the family a good and welcoming news in the process.
Even after what Zoey went through, she only sustained a few bruises and her fur only has a few patches missing. She was otherwise healthy and in perfect condition and is now very happy to be back at the safety of her home.
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