"The search is over!" barked the Long Beach shop's website (virtually, anyway). "We got a call from a gal by the name of Rosaura in Los Angeles today saying she had Cinny. Since we have had quite a few false alarms, we were cautiously optimistic. She said she'd bring Cinnabun to us, and everyone at the shop was really anxious for her to get here to see if it was, in fact, Cinny. The car pulls in, the door flings open, and out pops Cinnabun! It's been just over 3 weeks since we last saw her, and were starting to wonder if we'd ever get her back...and there she was."
Cinny was "in good shape," perhaps a few pounds thinner than when she got separated from home cooking and "super happy to be home."
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"We're taking her to the vet to get her all checked out and chipped, and GPS'd, and live-tracked by Google Earth . . . the works," reports West Coast Choppers, which has a reputation for pulling out all the stops. "We don't want to lose this little gal again!!!"
The crew thanked everyone who sent emails, placed calls and showered the shop with well wishes over the past few weeks. A "BIG thanks" was directerd toward Rosaura, especially from Cinny's older canine pal Mr.T, "who is happy to have his little buddy back."
"Let the barking, wrastlin', and bone chasing begin!"
Perhaps on a leash this time?