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Update: Dog Lost in Snow Reunited with Family

Molly was reported lost in Woodmere Tuesday as the snowstorm began.

Molly and her owner reunited. (Photo: Dawn Bodami)
Molly and her owner reunited. (Photo: Dawn Bodami)
Here's a story that will make you wag your tail.

On Tuesday, a 12-year-old dog named Molly went missing in Woodmere. Her owners and their friends were frantically searching for her as Tuesday's snowstorm blew in with freezing temperatures.

"It is snowing hard, and she must be cold and scared," Dawn Bodami posted on the Five Towns Patch Facebook page.

Dawn also posted on the Patch community board here.

On Wednesday, Molly was found at a nearby pizzeria.

Congratulations to Molly and her owners!

If you have lost a pet and want to get the word out, we can help! Log in to your free Patch account, go to the homepage and find the Boards column in the center, click in the open text box that says "Post Something," give your post a title and description, add a photo or video, pick a board to post to, and click "Post Now."
Peggy Wharton Goroly January 23, 2014 at 10:03 PM
So glad Molly was found! What a cutie and it was so cold!!!
Jeff Neckonoff January 26, 2014 at 10:47 PM
As Paul Harvey used to say, "here's the rest of the story": I was in South Beach, FL on vacation last week. Of course I had my laptop with me and constantly was looking at my Facebook feed when I wasn't out and about. I saw the post about the lost dog, and being a dog owner, I immediately posted it on my page, especially as he was lost during that horrific snow storm. I live in Lawrence and have friends all over the Five Towns as well as all of Long Island. I figured that someone who sees my post might see the dog. This past Shabbos, at my shul, Chabad of the 5 Towns, my good friend, Moshe Rabin, told me that it was because of my post on Facebook about the dog, HE was the one to call the owner. It seems that the dog wandered into the store he manages on Central Avenue, and was very socially following people going to and fro on Central. The dog even ventured into Pizzza'le. He recognized the dig immediately from my Facebook post. So the moral of the story is that we all can make a difference, no matter how small or insignificant we may feel the act to be. I was in Miami Beach, and my action resulted on this dog being reunited with his owner, in the middle of a blizzard!

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