BOOM: Lady Adopts Old Dog – Finds Out It’s Her Dog From Many Moons Ago

Written by K. Walker on December 11, 2018

A Pennsylvanian woman has been reunited with her childhood pet in the most bizarre way.

Nicole Grimes’s grandmother gave her a puppy when she was 10 years old, a Pomeranian-Poodle mix that she named Chloe. She adored her little pup. When Nicole turned 14, her dad got a job where he had to work from home and he was often on the phone. The energetic, yappy little dog was a constant interruption to his workday, and sadly, the family had to give Chloe up for adoption.

Fast-forward seven years, and an adult Nicole decided it was time to get a pet, so she began searching for dogs up for adoption on Facebook and came across an older dog that was a Pomeranian-Poodle mix.

Nicole says she was reminded of her beloved childhood puppy called Chloe, so she decided to adopt the 11-year-old dog “on a whim”.

Speaking to the BBC, Nicole said: “When I found out they were both called Chloe it was really strange.

“It just clicked when she was introduced to me as Chloe.”

Nicole described the moment when she came face-to-face with her ‘new’ dog.

“When she was dropped off she came running up to me and was licking my face. Then I knew in my heart that she had to be the same dog.”

Her husband was a bit more skeptical, and they decided to check the dog’s microchip — and it was confirmed that this was the very same dog that she had to give up years ago.

Chloe is settling in well in her new home with her old owner.

“She is a little smaller and has no teeth, but she still loves to run around,” says Nicole.

Chloe is now playing with the next generation of the Grimes family, as Nicole’s four-month-old daughter Violet has bonded with Chloe.

“They love to play with each other. Chloe is very gentle with Violet and it warms my heart to see them together.”
Source: BBC News

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