MotorWorks, a brewery in Bradenton, Florida, recently made the news when it began putting the photos of adoptable pets on its cans. When Monica Mathis, who lives in Minnesota, saw the story on social media, she immediately recognized her missing dog Hazel on one of the cans and contacted Manatee County Animal Services to see if they could be reunited. WWSB-TV reports that she’ll soon get her wish, since she was able to provide proof of ownership to the shelter, which is partnering with the brewery on its campaign.
Hazel went missing three years ago. But thanks to a Florida brewery's viral beer cans, she's going home.
We’ll drink to that. 🐶🍻https://t.co/rIkfqaO7XH
— Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) February 3, 2020
Just when you think the story couldn't get any better… it does! Motorworks Brewing had gone VIRAL after placing adoptable dogs on their beer cans and now one of the pups featured on the cans is being REUNITED with their original owner! Carley Boyette and Natalie Taylor bring you more details on Monday's show!
Posted by Tampa Bay's Morning Blend on Friday, January 31, 2020