More than seven years ago, Mike Nuanes’ Shih Tzu puppy went missing.
The Denver, Colorado, man and his late wife returned from a family breakfast at a nearby house to discover their dog Jordan was no longer in their backyard.
He searched the neighbourhood, assuming he’d find the dog dead on the side of the road.
"When I didn’t find him smashed, I knew someone had either taken him or found him," Nuanes told 7News Denver. “I put up posters with reward; never got a word.”
Late last month, Nuanes received a surprise phone call from the Fulton Country Animal Shelter in Atlanta, Georgia: They had his dog.
At first, Nuanes was confused. He and his girlfriend did a quick head count of their dogs. Sure enough, all four of them were in the backyard. He didn’t know the woman from the shelter was referring to the dog who went missing almost eight years ago.
"When she asked, ‘Is his name Jordan?’ That’s when my jaw hit the ground," Nuanes told KUSA.
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