Worried about their dog escaped from the groomer, they find a smile thanks to a homeless man

Owners of Nori the Shiba Inu are relieved. They had been looking everywhere for 2 days, the dog having escaped from a New York bathhouse. The reunion took place thanks to an anonymous hero, a homeless man.

nori, a 3-year-old Shiba Inu, was reunited with his home and his humans after a 48-hour runaway from a washroom. It was a homeless man who found the dog and took care of it, reported NBC New York Thursday, August 4.

Monday morning 1uh august, Diane Leighton and David Shin had dropped off their 4-legged friend nori in the bathroom D is for dog located in theUpper East Sidenortheast district of manhattan.

Illustration of the article: Worried for their dog escaped from the groomer, they find themselves smiling thanks to a homeless man
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Immediately having taken his bath, the quadruped took advantage of the fact that the exits of the establishment were open to flee. As soon as the salon officials informed the couple, the latter set out to find the animal.

Diane Leighton and David Shin distributed wanted notices and posted messages on social media. It was then anguish for 2 days, because they had no clue about the location of their dog despite their efforts.

Wednesday, August 3 was the day of deliverance and release for owners of nori. A homeless man contacted them for their announcer that the Shiba Inu was with him. ” I have your dog, I think he’s injured. He’s bleeding. He is lying on my lap. I gave him food and water he told them.

The reunion after 48 hours of anguish

Diane Leighton and David Shin quickly joined him at the park Thomas Jefferson in the neighborhood ofEast of Harlem, about 3 kilometers from the grooming salon. The man and another homeless man explained to them that they had recognized nori in one of the posters put up by the couple. They had discovered him hidden in a hole.

The dog suffered only minor injuries, simple scratches. Back home, he recovers from his eventful escapade.

The team of D is for dog is also relieved. ” We are very sorry, the staff feels very bad. We are all so grateful that Nori was found “, said Motty Gutflaissalon owner.

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Illustration of the article: Worried for their dog escaped from the groomer, they find themselves smiling thanks to a homeless man
Manhattan – Lost Dogs, Cats and Pets / Facebook

Former pet-sitter, the homeless having found nori did not claim any reward. Diane Leighton and David Shin however, intend to see him again to help him.

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