The hunt for the famous corgi saga is finally over with a heartwarming twist in Queensland.
Yes, the little pup who went missing in a rather bizarre dognapping is finally back. And her owner couldn’t be any more excited.
According to reports, the disheartened pet owner lodged a complaint about how her dog went missing. Moreover, she even when on to accuse the petsitters of taking her dog. And those petsitters were actually an elderly couple.
Carmen Pham, the girl from Labrador from the Gold Coast, begged and pleaded towards others. She just couldn’t imagine her life without her little friend. And that’s when the major hunt for her dog began.
Meanwhile, the owner revealed very personal details about her lost dog, in the hopes of finding her. The lost pup was actually a tiny 4-year-old Corgi ‘Haku.’ While she traveled overseas, the owner revealed how she gave away the dog to petsitters. But little did she know what was in store.
As she made her way back towards the elderly couple, they simply refused and denied the return. On that note, she was helpless. She simply didn’t know what to do. Above all, police intervention and pet detectives also tried solving the case. But all was in vain.
Soon enough, the case came to a conclusion. And that’s when the couple returned Haku back to her owner’s arms. Overall, the owner just couldn’t handle the excitement and swiftly embraced her pet.
In a recent interview, Ms. Pham was just over the moon and you could see the excitement on her face and in her voice. She also went on describing how she plans to celebrate her dog’s return, after 6 whole months.
‘I’m so happy,’ she exclaimed. And I want to do a real big party tonight.’ Meanwhile, the people who stole the dog claim that it was a huge misunderstanding. They assumed they could keep the little doggie in the mid of May.