Blind puppy returned to heartbroken girl after she wrote to Santa
In early December, seven-year-old Isla Kerr's blind Boston terrier named Dolly went missing in West Yorkshire, England, NY Daily News reports. Dolly requires daily medication, so Isla knew she had to step into action to find her beloved pup.
Heartbroken and scared, Isla deceided Santa was the one person who could help her find her dog. "Santa can do anything," she told her mom Vanessa Meskimmon, as she penned a letter to St. Nick.
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"Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is my dog to come back," Isla said in her handwritten note to Santa. "I do not care about presents, all I care about is my dog Dolly to comeback. I miss her so much and love her," the young girl continued.
Isla's family shared her letter online and put up missing posters around their hometown appealing for Dolly to be returned, no questions asked. Do you believe in Christmas miracles? Isla Kerr sure does! Just five days later, Isla's Christmas wish came true when Dolly was spotted in a park.
"Isla was absolutely delighted, and so was Dolly," Meskimmon told Mirror online. "Dolly can't see us but she knows who we are, she knows she's home and it's so lovely. She is part of our family. We can't stop cuddling her, we're so pleased to have her back."
Now that Dolly has returned Isla has reminded Santa of her original Christmas list which included a Barbie house, Heelies roller shoes and a Reborn newborn doll.
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