Burnaby RCMP say they’ve located the owners of a cute and fluffy dog who wandered into one of their police stations last week.
The white pooch was found cold and scared at a Burnaby RCMP detachment the morning of January 1. Officers dubbed the fuzzy pup Snow, and entrusted her to the BC SPCA’s care while they put word out and searched for her owners.
This beauty came to us cold & scared early this morning.
We’re still searching for her family.
Thanks for spreading the word & please keep it up.
We’ve named her “Snow”
She’ll be brought to @BC_SPCA by the end of shift.
We’re staying Pawsitive
— Burnaby RCMP (@BurnabyRCMP) January 2, 2021
Snow is now with @BC_SPCA
We think they have a great chance of locating her family in the coming days.
Maybe tomorrow she’ll be with family, until tomorrow we’ll have to wait and see.
We’ll try to keep you informed.
— Burnaby RCMP (@BurnabyRCMP) January 3, 2021
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As it turns out, the dog’s name is actually Sakura, and she’s 11 years old.
Burnaby RCMP say she was reunited with her family over the weekend, and they’re overjoyed to have her home.
“They heard from many neighbours and friends that all of you were sharing this story. They felt so much LOVE,” Burnaby Mounties said in a tweet. “They want to thank all the officers for their loving care and everyone that shared Sakura’s story which helped her find her way home.”
Sakura is now busy snuggling with her feline friend, Oreo.
We have great news to share:
“Sakura” was reunited with her family this weekend. Sakura’s best friend “Oreo” 😺 & her family are overjoyed to have Sakura back home.
— Burnaby RCMP (@BurnabyRCMP) January 4, 2021
Mounties thanked the public for sharing Sakura’s story and helping reconnect her with her family.