Missing Dog ‘Frida’ Reunited With Her Family

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A missing poodle-mix named Frida was returned to her owners Monday, three weeks after she disappeared from her home and began a bizarre lost-and-found odyssey.


Frida was reunited Monday with her family after an anonymous call. (Credit: Family photo)

Frida wandered away from the family’s Mid-City area home two days before Christmas. The Tung family plastered the neighborhood with fliers looking for the dog.

Then last week, a woman brought Frida to the Animal Medical Center in Van Nuys where the veterinarian found a microchip locator.

But before the Tung family could get to the facility, the woman fled with Frida.

On Monday, the Tung family told KTLA they received an anonymous call from a man who said he dropped Frida off at another animal clinic.

And this time, Frida was there waiting for her family.

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