Community rallies behind lab
She never gave up faith that he would come back for her. Any of you that travel regularly on Highway 4 east of Tunica saw her, the black lab that sat patiently by the Stop Sign at the junction of 3 and 4. For five long weeks she waited, her dark soulful eyes searching the faces of every driver that passed by.
Early one weekday morning about a month and a half ago this dog thought she was going for a joy ride with her owner. Little did she know that when the time was right, he would pull to the side of the road and push her out of the truck, leaving her abandoned and all alone. People saw it happen. I have heard every detail of how she just stood there confused and frightened when the truck with Tate County tags drove away.
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