Not long ago Cameron Andrews, 7, from Great Britain had a terrible experience. His beloved dog named Ralph had been stolen from his father's work van by thieves. Craig, the boy's father, had left the van opened for a while, and when he returned, the dog was gone. The little owner was extremely upset when he found out what had happened. Although the parents immediately informed the police, Cameron decided to act on his own.

A Boston terrier named Ralph was stolen in Bradbury, UK.

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Craig Andrews had taken his son's dog for a ride in his service van. Soon afterwards he parked the van and went out for a while, and when he returned, the dog was missing. The man suspected a white car driving away from the parking to have snatched the doggie.

The owners immediately contacted the police and promised a $1,200 reward for the family pet.

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Cameron, who could not remain idle, started drawing 'wanted' posters.

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The boy was extremely upset about the loss of his faithful friend and asked to return him to the family.

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Cameron's mom posted her son's drawing on Facebook, and kind people couldn't stay indifferent to their blow.

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Suddenly, Cameron's drawing went viral and other children started sharing their own hand-drawn posters along with the hashtag 'BringRalphHome.'

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Online users supported Ralph with the hashtag #BringRalphHome.

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Even a portrait of the stolen dog was drawn.

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Another kid drew an entire poster.

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Even the stern cat supported Cameron!

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And it worked out!

A few days later, Ralph was found not far from Cameron's home.

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Five days later, the boy's parents received a call they had been long waiting for. A dog looking like Ralph was spotted roaming near their house. Although he was hungry and didn't look well, he immediately recognized his little owner Cameron. The best friends were finally reunited. Apparently, the thieves saw the huge number of wanted posters online and returned the dog. The Andrews are enormously grateful to people for such support and are happy that kind people helped find their four-legged family member!

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