Los Fresnos Man Hopes to Reunite With Missing Dog After Warehouse Rescue
LOS FRESNOS – More than 24 hours after being rescued, hundreds of dogs and a cat are still recovering.
Some Rio Grande Valley residents are now wondering if their missing pets are among the rescued animals.
Derek Perales says his boxer mix, Minerva, was his companion for the past nine years.
Minerva apparently wandered off and Perales couldn’t find her.
Then he heard about the dogs found less than five miles from his home.
Cameron County Public Health is asking the public to complete the pet reunification request form, which requests information on the pet owner and their lost dog including the pet’s name and identifying characteristics.
For more information watch the video above.
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