In today’s story, we’ll see a touching reunion between a man and his long-lost huskies. Sandy Hernandez began looking around for his two huskies when he didn’t see them. The two pups had leaped the fence in order to leave the safety of his Miami, Florida home.
He began circulating leaflets and searching for shelters as soon as he found the dogs were missing. He had no idea where they were or where they’d gone, so he searched everywhere.
Before destiny intervened, the dogs had been gone for several days. Hernandez went to the shelter after receiving word that the canines had been brought there. Outside the shelter, his two huskies were posing for photos!
Ocean Drive Magazine was performing a photoshoot at a nearby shelter a few days after Hernandez lost the dogs. The picture shoot’s goal was to boost adoption awareness and bring attention to the dogs in the city’s shelters.
When Hernandez arrived, the two majestic stars, also known as the lost huskies, were getting their photos made in order to be adopted. With their lovely fur and bright blue eyes, the photographer thought they’d look great on a website or magazine cover.
The dogs were being kept by a volunteer when Hernandez arrived, and the photographer began capturing the session. His two puppies looked to be in their own world, soaking up all the attention and having a good time.
“Those are my dogs!” the crew was told as a vehicle drove up in front of the camera. He didn’t even stop his car, instead racing to his dogs and burying his face in their fur, stricken with grief, as if it were a scene from a bad movie.
Sandy’s dogs were happy to see him, and the crew was relieved that Sandy had been reunited with his pets. He also showed them fliers he’d been distributing all throughout Miami. The happy family returned home to enjoy their fortunate reunion.