Man Volunteers To Drive Dog Found In Maryland Back Home To Kansas

One man is volunteering and asking for nothing in return to make sure a dog in Maryland gets back home to Kansas.

man volunteers to drive dog home to kansas from maryland
Credit: Caroline County Humane Society

The Caroline County Humane Society in Maryland posted a picture on their Facebook page of an older, very thin, Pitbull mix who had been found as a stray. They said no one came looking for him but fortunately he was microchipped. They learned the dog’s name was Zimba and, using the microchip, they were able to track his home back to Wichita, Kansas.

Volunteers got in touch with the dog’s “mom,” who told them her boyfriend took the dog on a trip. While away, the couple broke up, and the boyfriend apparently abandoned Zimba and then stopped returning her phone calls.

“She was thrilled to hear he was safe,” CCHS said.

The humane society said the big dilemma was getting him back to Wichita — approximately 1,300 miles away.

“We tried contacting Airlines but that proved to be an…

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