OKLAHOMA CITY – When it comes to a lost pet, many owners will go to the ends of the Earth to find their missing family member.
When Bullseye went missing in April, the Parkhurst family searched high and low for him.
However, the dog who was always seen around the Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch was never found.
In November, a family rescued a dog from the side of a country road.
According to the Bella Foundation, the dog was dirty, skinny and covered in ticks.
They eventually named him Bruno and struggled to find him a foster family.
Last week, he was placed with Kat Switzer, who immediately fell in love with the dog.
She learned he was housebroken, well-trained, friendly and relaxed.
When Kat’s husband returned home from work, he noticed the dog looked a lot like Bullseye.
Six years ago, Kat worked at the Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch and met Bullseye, who worked alongside the staff.
As Bruno was falling asleep, Kat’s husband casually said the word ‘Bullseye’ to see if he would respond.
The dog immediately jumped into his lap and began to paw at his face.
The Switzers called the Parkhursts and asked them to come visit Bruno.
The foundation will be paying for a microchip for Bullseye in case he ever decided to go on another adventure.