Meet Bonnie. She's a five-year-old dog who decided to go on a little adventure, which caused her fur parents, Peter and Paula Closier to be stressed out.
The pup went missing on a Sunday morning, and gathered a search party as she has been a no-show for hours already.
“We thought maybe she is not interested in food and did a full search of the house. I could not see her,” Peter said. “I was walking back to the kitchen when I saw the gate had swung and I thought ‘oh no.’”
While her parents were in panic mode, Bonnie was found by a certain John Wilmer, who was on his way to a dog show and brought two dogs of his own.
He posted the dog on Facebook, saying: “Does anyone know this dog?”
Thanks to the power of social media, the owners were immediately informed of Bonnie's whereabouts so they already knew the dog was safe. John, however, decided to enter Bonnie into the competition along with his two dogs.
“She was such a lovely dog, I thought it’d be good to enter her,” John told the BBC. “I was in a bit of a rush to get there when we found Bonnie and put her in the car,” hence why he couldn’t bring her straight back to her family.
When John decided to enter Bonnie into a competition, little did he know that he would bag the third place rosette—just look at how proud the little troublemaker is!
“We couldn’t believe it. You could not make it up,” Peter said. “Bonnie was absolutely fine when she got back. She just thought she was having a great day out.”
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We want to see it.
She looks so smug about it, too!
Let's just hope she won't run away without warning next time!
Pitch it to Disney!
What a boss!
The look on her face says it all.
She just had to run away to fully experience it.
That was definitely scary for the parents, though!
She's definitely a special one.
She deserves more rosettes!
Could she be a secret agent?
Let's face it, we would have been terrified, too—it's a good thing that Bonnie's such a charming girl and even went home with something to brag about! Let's just hope our pets won't pull a Bonnie and give us some heart attacks, but it's absolutely important for us to ensure that they would be entertained even when we leave them be for hours.
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