Codie Hutton bid farewell to her adored pet, assuming that it was their final goodbye. However, to her surprise, the springer spaniel was discovered a couple of days later, leaving the mother puzzled by the unexpected reunion.
After grieving over the loss of her beloved springer spaniel, Maisie, who ran off into the night after being startled by a firecracker on Bonfire Night, Codie Hutton was left devastated. Despite spending days scouring the area and even camping out in the field where Maisie was last seen, her efforts to find her furry friend seemed futile. Unfortunately, the search came to an abrupt end when she received news that a dog matching Maisie’s description had been hit by a car and found flattened. However, joy replaced sorrow when Codie was reunited with her pet, who miraculously survived without any injuries.
After bringing the little pup home, the owner decided to bury it in the garden. However, something strange happened – the owner was shocked to find her beloved pet back in her arms just two days later! As it turns out, the owner had actually buried a fox by mistake instead of her puppy. Thankfully, the fox named Maisie was unscathed after the ordeal.
According to her, we were sure it was her due to the unique tail and marks on her legs. Despite not finding a microchip, we ultimately came to terms with her passing. I let Taylen know that she had become a shining star in doggy heaven. It was a heartbreaking situation.
After being saved by local residents, Maisie was finally reunited with her loved ones and overjoyed to be back home. Taylen, feeling remorseful, promptly gave her his Captain America onesie to keep her cozy. Codie expressed her disbelief at the sight of Maisie, as she had thought she would never see her again.
The exhausted and famished canine had a slight infection in her eye after traveling 17 miles across Melton, Bredfield, Helmingham, and Wickham Market in Suffolk. Codie has taken the initiative to raise funds for the search team that aided in locating the dog by acquiring more equipment.