Mikki, the two-year-old border collie, is meeting with its owner after being kidnapped in an alleged car theft.
Mary Perron, the owner of Mikki, will pick her up at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, almost two days after the incident.
“Some people called me, found her, opened the door and she ran in,” Perron said. “I could have run outside in the snow and shouted for happiness.”
Mikki disappeared after Perrons’ car was allegedly stolen Thursday night.
Perron was running errands when she stopped to help a stopped car. The starter cables did not start the car, so he offered to take the three stranded people.
After stopping at a store to buy something, he went back to find his car and, more importantly, Mikki disappeared.
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Perron says he was flooded with emotions when the call came about Mikki. She says she felt “a little overwhelmed, a little excited.”
“Everyone who helped me, I am very grateful. They will never know how grateful I am,” he said.
As for Mikki, Perron says he can expect to have many hugs in the near future.
“I will give him everything I want and I am sure he will cry when I get here,” Perron said.