Divine Intervention In Havre de Grace: Missing Dog Reunites With Owner After Susquehanna River Adventure
HAVRE DE GRACE - A serene camping trip at Susquehanna State Park took a distressing turn when a local resident's dachshund, Knox, went missing.
WMAR-2 News reports that Cathianna Rosenthal was visiting the park when she lost track of her small dog in the 2,700-acre state park.
"After about 10 minutes, I noticed Knox wasn't around. We initially checked our campsite and then the entire campground," Rosenthal told the news service.
Rosenthal ran into Gloria Wolff, a resident living close to the park. Wolff quickly spread the word about the missing dog, hoping it would turn up unharmed.
Thankfully for dog lovers everywhere, a group of local fishermen spotted the wet dog emerging from the Susquehanna River on the opposite bank.
Rosenthal couldn't believe her luck, attributing Knox's safety to the prayers from the local community.
"Port Deposit? How did he get across the Susquehanna River?" Rosenthal exclaimed. "There's no question in my mind that it was divine intervention... There were a lot of people praying for her, people on the street, she, her family, and maybe even the dog was praying."
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