When Beberg nuzzled her dearest Ratchet, the puppy rescued by Beberg and other American soldiers under burning trash pile in Iraq. it appears that Ratchet knows it well enough that his mom is coming, he was very happy and kissed her back.
The two were reunited Saturday as Beberg returned to Spring Lake Park, completing a tour of duty.
Rachet finally arrived to America in October, after Beberg’s great efforts, coupled with almost 70,000 people signing online petitions , prompted military officials to loosen the prohibition on U.S. troops adopting pets in Iraq.
For all pet lovers its being a long waited and most desired reunion, hence lots of friends, family and supporters gathered at VFW Post 363 to witness this holly reunion and also to welcome Gwen Beberg who returned home after September 2007.
Along with Ratchet More than 50 pets have been relocated to the United States.Operation Baghdad Pups, a branch of SPCA International help rescues dogs and cats adopted by U.S. military personnel.