Happy Ending for Charlie the Pup and the Gillaspie Family
UPDATE: After a 92 hour adventure Charlie is finally home with his family! In 2020 can't we all appreciate a feel good ending? I say yes. Yes indeed. Now, if only Charlie could talk.
I think a lot of kisses and belly rubs are in store for sweet Charlie. He must have went on quite the adventure over the last few days. I'm sure he was scared, but I think his family was just as afraid. Worrying and wondering whether they'd get their precious baby back. As the clock ticked, it became scarier and scarier. Was Charlie picked up, or God forbid, did something worse happen. I can't even imagine the thoughts that Tiffany and Brian had going through their minds. BUT, they never gave up. Neither did family & friends and it paid off. BIG TIME. This is what Tiffany posted moments ago on social media.
We are so happy for Charlie and the family. We hope you ALL get some much needed rest tonight. God is good!
Original Story: Charlie broke loose from his collar in the Heartlands neighborhood, in Owensboro, on Sunday. The first day he was spotted in the neighborhood, and it seems as though today, he may have made his way to Hwy 54. He was possibly spotted at Walmart on Hwy 54 on Tuesday. He may have already worked his way to the Downs neighborhood as well. The family is asking if everyone would help keep an eye out for Charlie. I can hear the desperation Tiffany and Brian are feeling in this moment. They have been out day and night searching for Charlie and won't stop. They just need some help. He is micro-chipped and is super sweet, but I'm sure very scared. He's never been out like this.
I asked Tiffany, Charlie's human, for an update this morning.
"No good news. We do have a possible sighting on the Greenbelt heading toward Brookhill. If you do a update could you tell people Do Not Try to catch him as he is scared and running. Just call and keep eyes on him please. Someone can be there in 5 minutes I promise. We are searching the Heartlands, Brookhill, Trinity Hills, Copper Creek, Horse Fork Park ,all ditches, fields, drains, etc.. Every shade spot too. We need all eyes on the Greenbelt. It’s been too long and storms are coming. Thanks for all the help."
If you've seen Charlie please call: 270-314-3518 or 270-314-9979 or 270-929-4211