Hurricane Katrina dog found in North Carolina

Hurricane Katrina dog found in North Carolina

Hurricane Katrina dog found in North Carolina

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by NewsChannel 36 staff

kvue.com

Posted on September 24, 2012 at 9:06 AM

Updated Sunday, Oct 27 at 4:56 PM

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. -- A dog separated from his family in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina seven years ago was found wandering along a road in Cabarrus County.
   
The 15-year-old dog named Shorty has a microchip.  His family still lives in Louisiana.  No one knows how Shorty ended up here in North Carolina, but workers at the animal hospital are excited to get him back to his owners

"I know these people have had the past seven years or so a hard life, thank God I'm not in their position, and we just hope this serves as a sort of a bright spot for them because they certainly deserve it," said Dr. Blake Peurifoy.

It'll be a couple of weeks before Shorty can travel back home.  He has a serious heart murmur and an oral disease the vet would like to take care of first. 
 

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