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Thank god for dogs!
A missing 3-year-old autistic Florida boy was found safe and sound after being guarded by his family’s pooches.
Marshal Butler, a non-communicative autistic, child wandered off from his family’s home Wednesday in Ponce de Leon, Florida, prompting a neighborhood search.
“We were panicked,” Kayla Stewart, Butler’s aunt, told local NBC affiliate WJHG. “All sorts of worst case scenarios are running through their heads.”
The family, along with neighbors, local and country police, as well as officers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission searched for Marshal for several hours before finding him a mile away near a river, unharmed and flanked by the family dogs, Buckwheat and Nala.
“Both of his dogs were right there with him. … [We’re] thankful that the pups kind of guided him along. I guess they kept him safe,” a neighbor told the TV station.
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