After raising over $900 with the help of family and friends, Sherin could finally book Kingston’s trip home. She donated the leftover cash to the rescue for taking such good care of him, and patiently waited for his homecoming.
The day finally came in mid-February — and Sherin couldn’t have been any more elated.
“We got to the airport where he was waiting with all the other pets who had flown in,” Sherin said. “They lifted up the garage door and I saw him sitting in his crate … and I just cried. He was here, after everybody laughed at me for being a kid and trying to set all of this up on my own. He was home and he was so beautiful.”