Heartbroken dog refuses to leave spot he last saw his owners

A heartbroken dog named Thunder has been spotted waiting in the exact spot where he last saw his owners, unaware that they had abandoned him.

Suzette Hall, founder of Logan’s Legacy, was alerted about a dog who’d been sitting by a fire hydrant all weekend in California.

She said: “When I got there, there he was sitting. The poor baby sat loyal and waited.

“He would frantically run a little away as if he was looking for someone and then go right back to the hydrant. 

“My heart sank when I saw him. He would run across the street looking. There were so many cars speeding down that street.”

After days under the hot Californian sun, Thunder was very thirsty. “I gave him water and he drank it so fast,” Suzette shared.

“The neighbour said they had been trying to get him for days.

“Well, nothing smells better than a hotdog when you are starving so I set my trap and he circled it forever. I drove down the street to make him feel safe to go in and when I came back to check, there he was safe in my trap.”

After Suzette managed to get hold of Thunder, she took him to a vet where he was given food, water, and a warm bed.

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Thankfully, it didn’t take long for him to be adopted and he soon made the journey across the East Coast to meet his new family.

She added: “His new family fell in love instantly. The day he arrived was the best day of his new parents’ lives. He was happy too.”

“They were so excited to get him – they got him matching Lakers gear, and they take him on boat rides. Thunder is living is best forever after.”

Suzette founded Logan’s Legacy in memory of her late dog and says she “feels him lead her to animals in need through street rescue”.

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