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My Doggie is Home: Daisy is back

2017-11-10 - Keltner Road, Columbia, KY - Photo .
Daisy is homeMya Mullins and her brother Tristan Mullins, are shown yesterday right after school. Timothy Mullins, their father, opened the door and saw the dog. When the kids got off the bus and saw her, they were shouting and screaming, and crying for joy. "Daisy's home!" The family wants to thank the Samaritan - who, they believe - must have taken Daisy in out of the cold, and later learned where she lived, and brought her back. Grandmother Sandy Ford says last night the celebration for the prodigal's return was fun and went on for a few hours. Mya and Tristan kept calling her, she said, to tell her just how happy they were. "Mya's last call was that she was ready to sleep and snuggle with Daisy," who is a house dog and who only goes out for runs and essential calls.

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