Sheba was a lovely German shepherd and was belongs to Stephanie Moore-Malmstrom who loved her unconditionally. But unfortunately, Sheba was stolen by someone in 2018. Stephanie missed her companion and searched for him for a long time but there was no clue! So she had to make up her mind that she missed her Sheba.
On a recent day, she got a text that her dog had been found in a town more than 600 miles away. Is this a joke? She thought someone is pranking her.
But it was for real! A police officer had identified Sheba via her microchip. But Stephanie was still skeptical. She then got a FaceTime call to see Sheba. It was finally her dog! A big-grown version of Sheba was not that hard to identify. “I was like. ‘Oh my god. You have my dog! You have our baby’” Stephanie said.
With the help of Pilots N Paws an organization dedicated to saving animals by flying them back to their families or no-kill shelters, Sheba was sooner heading back home!
Stephanie and her daughters were thrilled to see their lovely dog finally! They were in heaven when Sheba stepped off the plane. Finally safe in her family’s arms, Sheba was able to relax and bask in their love.
Later they deduced that after Sheba was stolen, in Baytown, Texas in 2018, she was taken to the Texas panhandle. She was adopted by a family for four and a half years. When that family had to relocate and re-home Sheba the owners had left her on the street and decided that they didn’t want to care for her. Then she was living outside, being looked after by a local teen until the animal control officer checked her microchip.
Stephanie and their family are so grateful that Borger Animal Control and Friends of Texas Panhandle Shelter Pets help her to get Sheba back. Sheba seems grateful to be reunited with her family. They will care their lovely baby for the rest of their life with love and joy!