In August 2019, a dog went missing on the streets of Washington, DC
A kind stranger bumps into the dog on the streets of Washington, DC, and takes him in. The man who helped the canine is Kristofer Goldsmith, an employee at the Vietnam Veterans of America. This missing dog’s adventure goes viral in an adorable twitter thread, as Kristopher launches it out to the twitter world in hopes of finding Frosting’s owners.
Kristofer, was on his way to his office when he discovered the dog walking by himself, he was wearing a t-shirt and a collar, so the dog must not be a stray Goldsmith determined.
Goldsmith immediately tried to lure the pooch. The dog looks harmless and eventually went near him. The man then loaded the cute canine into his car, where he took photos of him. Since he is clueless about the dog’s identity, Kristofer posted the dog’s pictures on Twitter in hopes of finding who he belonged to.
As he checked on the pooch, Kristofer found that the dog had a rabies tag. On the rabies tag, there was the name of the clinic that injected anti-rabies on the pooch. Kristofer decided to go there, and there he received necessary information about the dog. He discovered then that the dog was named Frosting, and he belonged to someone. Likewise, the clinic sent a message to Frosting’s parents, to let them know of the dog’s whereabouts.
Kristofer said he did not want to leave the pooch at the clinic, so he decided to bring Frosting with him to his work. Since he found the pooch adorable and harmless, Kristofer chose to document their day together and uploaded it on Twitter.
Missing Dog’s Adventure Goes Viral In An Adorable Twitter Thread
In a thread, Kristofer described his day with the pooch as enjoyable. He said that he did not have a hard time taking good care of the pooch because Frosting was well-behaved. Kristofer’s Twitter post then became viral as many people found the story interesting as well as entertaining.
Need help from Twitter world — I found a lost dog running down the street. In Takoma, Washington DC. No name or number on the collar. Can he be ID’d by the rabies tag? Going to hold until noon when the shelters nearby open. In the meantime, please help me find the owner! pic.twitter.com/0NYNMkBxXC
— Kristofer Goldsmith (@KrisGoldsmith85) August 7, 2019
Credits to Kristofer Goldsmith.