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Lost Pets Found Years Later

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The family of Dora the dog thought they would never see her again. But their decision to microchip her would lead to a touching reunion between man and his best friend. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Just Wants to Apologize Cat and Dog Escape Kitchen Tiger Cub and Tiger Kid Have Adorable Zoo Play Date...

After 17 months and 400 miles apart, a runaway Beagle is finding her way home, thanks to the dog's foster parents and a microchip. #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-783598{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-783598, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-783598{width:520px;height:383px;display:block;} | | Sassy the Beagle went missing October 2012 in Louisville, Ky., when her family let her out of the house. Cindy and Ernie Romans said Sassy had always come back to them. "We kept on waiting for her to come home because she always came home. Always ... except for this time," Cindy Romans told WAVE 3 News. The Romans looked for Sassy to no avail....

People Reunited With Animals

Whether apart for days or years, these animals never forgot their human pals.

These dogs are overjoyed when their owners return home from military tours.

An Illinois man who lost his home in Sunday's devastating tornado reunited with his dog after finding her buried alive in the ruins of his house 30 hours later. Jon Byler Dann, 37, and his family survived the tornado by hiding in the basement of their home, but they were unable to coax their dog, Maggie, to join them in the safe room. When Byler Dann came up from the basement after the storm passed, he found that his house was completely destroyed and Maggie the dog was nowhere to be seen. Byler Dann assumed Maggie died in the tornado and even posted on Facebook saying so. However, he did not quit searching. It was almost 30 hours later when friends heard a bark while helping Byler Dann...