When a 6-year-old reunited with his missing dog!

11 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

ďDog is manís best friendĒ, this is pure truth. They are the best ones you could ever have in your life. This little guy, Kahne, 6-year-old, from Lubbock, Texas reunited with his lost dog, Kase. The pooch had gone missing for a month. Kahne was disturbed and utterly sad. He searched on every street of the city†but failed to find him.


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The kid was certainly disappointed and the tears of sadness took over him for days.What made the situation worse was the area in which Kahneís dog went missing. The place had snow storm with 20 inches of snow. After a month, while Williams was on her way back dropping her son off to his grandmaís place, she saw Kase playing with two little girls. The family which took in the furball surely gives a fine example that faith in humanity isnít lost completely.


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Following this was the much-awaited reunion of Kahne and Kase. The tears didnít stop a moment. The first thing that came out of Kahneís mouth to Kase was ďI missed you.Ē The furry friend didnít even take a moment in recognizing his owner. He licked Kahne with all the excitement and love.

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Since the time, Kahne and Kase have reunited; the 6-year-old doesnít let Kase out of sight even for a moment. Both are constantly together all the time. According to his mother, Kase was picked by Kahne from the litter and from that day the bond between them was unbreakable. The best part here is that the rejoicing moment was captured by Paula Williams on her cell phone. Check of the video above and we are pretty sure that it will melt your heart like an ice-cream.

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