In 2008, a woman in Indiana named Jennifer Koczan came home from work to find that her three-year-old Rottweiler Sasha had been STOLEN.
Jennifer spent months searching before she finally gave up. Then a few weeks ago, she got a call from a shelter in PHOENIX . . . nearly 2,000 miles away . . . that had identified Sasha from a computer chip implanted when she was a puppy.
The problem was, Sasha was only a few days from being PUT DOWN unless someone showed up to claim her. So one of Jennifer's friends who lives about an hour from Phoenix offered to pick her up.
But the REAL headache was how they'd get Sasha back to Indiana. Luckily, a group called Kindred Hearts Transport Connection was ready to help . . . by coordinating with 17 different people to bring Sasha home.
On August 10th, Sasha left Arizona with one driver . . . was handed off to 16 other drivers along the way . . . made 24 stops . . . and finally showed up at Jennifer's door this past Sunday, FIVE YEARS after she disappeared.