Dog That Was Stolen, Rescued, Rehomed And Rescued Again Finally Returns Home

On March 28, the Humane Society of Marlboro County (HSMC) in cooperation with Carolina Waterfowl Rescue (CWR) raided an incline fighting establishment in Wallace, South Carolina. They seized 122 cats barking (of which 5 had to be euthanized) and a frail female bull with 10 puppies.


“ The Sheriff’s department communicate us because they demanded our backing in figuring out how to watch for all those catcalls once they were seized,” Kenny Hinson, Vice President of the Humane Society of Marlboro County told us. “ They did not indeed know a canine was there.” Once the area had been secured, the deliverance brigades from HSMC and CWR with backing from Kim Kelley, State Director of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and Janette Reever. Deputy Manager of Animal Fighting Response for the Beast Deliverance Platoon, got to work, assessing the catcalls. “ We were in our truck, leaving, when we got the call that a canine and her puppies had been plant,” says Hinson. “ She was on the edge of the forestland, chained to a tree, with a canine house full of puppies”

When they started to lead her toward Hinson’s truck, she jumped right in. “ it was amazing. She wanted out of there,” Hinson recollects. When the videotape below, created by HSUS, hit the news – a phenomenon happened. An Unanticipated Reunion Over a time ago, a family’s cherished canine was stolen from their home in South Carolina. The last thing our Beast Rescue Team allowed they ’d find at a cockfighting raid this once weekend was this sweet canine and her 10 puppies. Watch her deliverance story and see her reunite with her family for the first time! — with Humane Society of Marlboro County, The mama was actually a canine named Nina Louise, who had been stolen from April Morris’s yard in December 2013.


She had been in the vicinity to go restroom while her possessors went outside to snare a mug of tea. When they came back—it was just a flash of light recently—Nina was gone. The family did everything to try and find her – no leads had ever surfaced. But Nina’s Story Was Just Begining Stolen and used as a bait canine, a woman in a neighboring county had plant her and took her to a warhorse.

The horse told the woman that Nina hadn't eaten for about three weeks. The good Samaritan nursed her back to health and wanted to keep her, but she did not get along with the canine the lady formerly possessed. So, she looked for a new home for Nina. She plant a putatively nice family in Wallace, South Carolina and spent time with Nina, the family and their kiddies. It sounded like a good fit and she gave them to her.


Nina getting love for the first time in a long time. Image credit Carolina Waterfowl Rescue Rather than a loving family, Nina resettled herself in the shackles, neglect and abuse she had previously suffered. This was the “ home” the deliverance workers plant her in during the raid. Eventually, Home When the below videotape played, April Morris called Hinson and asked if the canine had two white spots on the reverse of her neck. Hinson asked Jennifer Hyduke, President of the Humane Society of Marlboro County, about the spots. Sure enough, she had them. April showed Hyduke the movie paradise of Nina's childhood and growing up-the most obvious is her.


“ We get people who report missing tykes all the time and it’s so incredibly rare for them to ever be reunited,” Hinson says. “ So for a canine to travel so far and be reunited, it’s a phenomenon.” Hinson adds part of the problem is that numerous people “ do not microchip around then. And they do not spay and neuter.” The Morris family took Nina and her pups back home. Where they're all being putrefied, as they earn.



A deliverance association has agreed to help her find the puppies' homes when they're old enough. The Humane Society of Marlboro County is an each- levy association. There are also full-time jobs at most. They're no-kill and since opening their doors in 2012, have moved 1700 tykes and puppies into deliverance.

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