Bentonville Family To Be Reunited With Missing Dog Found In California 18 Months Later

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BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A Bentonville family will be reunited with their 3-year-old Siberian husky who went missing 18 months ago, this Saturday (Jan. 23).

Liam went missing from his Bentonville home in October of 2014.

Fast forward to last week, when Liam was found running loose down a road in Ontario, California.

Someone spotted him, and took him to a local humane society, where workers discovered Liam’s microchip. They were then able to contact Liam’s family and let them know where he was.

The humane society reached out to the Payne’s to see about getting Liam home. The family said they didn’t have enough money right now to pay for Liam’s flight, but would see what they could do.

The humane society decided to start a fundraiser in hopes of raising the $750 it would take to fly Liam back home.

They’ve since raised enough money and purchased Liam’s flight. He’s expected to arrive in Northwest Arkansas Saturday.




1 Comment

  • vanguradesquire

    What a deceitful liar. To not only lie to the Humane Society and thereby causing lots of TRUTHFUL, and kind people to donate money, but to also lie to your daughters and to break their hearts is just sad and sick. You have some serious issues, sir.

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