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Source: WOWK 13 News

15 Volunteers Drove 2,000 Miles to Return a Stolen Dog to His Owner in Time for Christmas


What would be a better Christmas present than having your lost dog returned to your family? Zeus the pit bull mix lives with his owners in Butte, Montana. Cassandra Rasmussen-Spraycar and her two daughters love Zeus to pieces. But tragedy struck when their family was robbed by a supposed "friend." 

The robber took many of Cassandra's valuables, her wallet, money, etc. But the most precious thing they took was Zeus. They stole this family's dog, the furry member of their family. All hope seemed lost, but then, after two months of being missing, Zeus (and the robber) were found together in West Virginia. The thief was arrested, and Zeus ended up at the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association.