Couple After Breakup Left Their Dog 1000 Miles Away From Home But You Won’t Believe What Happened Next

Breakups are enough upsetting, however, they can turn out to be surprisingly more dreadful when there's a pet included. In case you're fortunate, the part is amicable and you go to a course of action that works for everybody, and the pet keeps a sheltered home. What started out as a horror story for one dog owner in Kansas has turned into an adventurous story, instead. Tragically for a pit bull mix named Zimba, he was found alone in Maryland. But something happens shockingly.

Breakups are upsetting, however, they can turn out to be surprisingly more dreadful when there’s a pet included. In case you’re fortunate, the part is amicable and you go to a course of action that works for everybody, and the pet keeps a sheltered home. What started out as a horror story for one dog owner in Kansas has turned into an adventurous story, instead. Tragically for a pit bull mix named Zimba, he was found alone in Maryland. But something happens shockingly.

When it all started

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It started when the Caroline County Humane Society in Maryland found a stray puppy meandering the avenues. At the point when nobody came searching for him, they scanned his microchip and found that he was 1,300 miles far from his home in Wichita, Kansas!

Dog’s name was Zimba

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Zimba had been on a street outing to Maryland with one of his owners when there was a terrible breakup, and instead of being returned home to his mom, he was abandoned in the city. The ex-boyfriend declined to answer any calls, leaving the family in dark about Zimba’s whereabouts.

How could someone do such a thing?!

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His mother couldn’t abandon her work and children to come get him, and the shelter tried to find another plan to get Zimba home. Enter Zach, a former volunteer at the shelter whose girlfriend still worked there. She told him about Zimba’s condition.

Zach is a hero!

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Zach did something that will shock everyone. Click on the next page to know what happened next.