BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — (UPDATE): In a surprising and happy twist of events, Noah has been reunited with his owner and is back home!
Kern County Animal Services Director Nick Cullen said that when Noah came to them, they suspected he had an owner. He was well behaved and knew some tricks.
KCAS had scanned Noah for a microchip when he arrived but they found nothing.
Cullen said they were getting ready to move Noah into a foster home when they scanned him for a microchip again. This time something came up.
KCAS was able to get a phone number for Noah's owner and reunite the two. Noah's owner told staff at KCAS that he'd been looking for Noah for almost a year.
Now Noah is back at his furr-ever home just in time for Christmas!
On this week's Pet of the week, we introduce you to Noah, a sweet bully-mix looking for his furr-ever home.
Kern County Animal Services Director Nick Cullen says Noah is a sweet 5 to 6-year-old bully-mix who already has a few tricks up his sleeve. He already responds to sit, shake and lay down. Cullen says Noah gets along with the whole staff at KCAS and would be best suited for a single-pet home.
If you're interested in Noah, you can contact KCAS at (661) 868-7100. His animal ID number is A1133160.