Many happy tears were shed when the stolen huskies were reunited with his family two years after his disappearance.
Semper the Siberian Husky is reunited with his mother Cameron Maris, but his return home has been a long and arduous journey.
Cameron Maris received chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2013 when she had Sumber as a puppy.
I called it Cimper Fidelis – “always faithful” in Latin, but after a few years of treatment the unimaginable happened.
In 2016, Cameron traveled from Florida to California, leaving Sumber in the care of her then roommate. But while she was in the west, she received a message that Semper had disappeared.
I’ve looked everywhere, but he’s gone. She continued searching, posting online, and contacting rescue operations and shelters across Florida throughout her stay in California. She was hoping someone would find Cimper and check it out because he has a chip.
I asked Anna Campos, the private investigator, for further help. And then Campos learned something strange. Cameron registered Semper with AKC Reunite – a service that is linked to its microsegment.
“A year later, [Cameron] suggested that she check the AKC Reunite chip again. So I went to the humanitarian community in May 2017 and they did the online review … and then I found out that a year ago, on April 11, 2016, a woman added her name. To the Semper segment, “Campos told The Dodo.
The other microchip company didn’t even bother to check that there really is a registered owner of the Semper chip. Campos kept digging and found someone listed Semper on Craigslist for $ 200. That’s why Cameron couldn’t find him – he had “turned around”.
According to Campus, it was Cameron’s companion who sold Semper. “He stole and sold her roommate two and a half years ago,” Campos wrote on Facebook. “She was told it was lost on April 30, 2016. But on April 11, 2016, Jupiter added its name to its AKC Reunite. They recorded this recorded slide on Petkey’s Pets instead. The little pets didn’t bother to see if he did. It was already sliced. ”
After a lawyer was appointed, a judge ruled in Cameron’s favor, and Semper was salvaged by the person who bought him and returned to Cameron.
After 2.5 years of searching and hoping to find him, Cameron was about to reunite with Semper. Here is a video of that emotional moment.
Cameron says Semper still remembers the commands he was taught and feels comfortable in his new home in California. “I see it as an extension of myself and my heart,” said Cameron. “I’m glad I took it in my arms again.”