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A sweet dog didn't get adopted at an adoption event but what a happy ending

A family who had lost their beloved dog, Mocha, in January recently attended the"Paws in the Park" adoption event in New York looking for a new friend. They had been on vacation and entrusted their four-legged friend Mocha to a dog sitter. When they returned, Mocha was gone, as was the sitter, who did not respond to their calls and remained off the grid. They searched for months but finally gave up hope of seeing Mocha again.

However, at the event, a pit bull named Sandy looked an awful lot like Mocha, and the animal welfare workers had already noticed that she got along particularly well with children - so she would fit in well with a family. No one suspected that it was because she had been previously owned by a family with three small children aged six, ten, and eleven. But when the paths of the dog and her family crossed again, the joy on both sides was unimaginable. Mocha jumped around excitedly, scurrying around the children and parents of the family.

"I'm telling you, this is my dog, this is mine - I can show you pictures," the father of the family was heard saying in an Instagram clip posted by the NYACC as Mocha greeted the two sons while still being held by one of the animal welfare workers.

After the obvious reaction from Mocha and the photos that the family showed, the adoption agency was certain this was their dog and agreed to let her go so she could finally be with her family again.

Happy ending to a sad story. Check the video below!

Photo: ANIMAL CARE CENTER NEW YORK


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