- A drone found a lost blind dog named Molly wandering alone in a field
- The beloved Labrador was missing for three days, leaving his owners worried
- The footage captured the moment Molly was reunited with her owner
A blind black Labrador who was missing for three days has been reunited with his owner after being found by a drone.
The 11-year-old pooch named Molly had gone missing and her owners feared they would never see their beloved pet again.
But after calling the British charity Drone to Home, the dog was found within just two hours.
Footage captured by the drone shows Molly roaming around a paddock in Tissington, Derbyshire, before her owner pulls over and the pair are finally reunited.
Molly wags her tail as she recognizes her owner’s voice before the two walk back to the car together.
Sad and alone: A drone found a blind dog named Molly who had been missing for three days. The 11-year-old black Labrador was found in a field in Tissington, Derbyshire
The owners called the British charity Drone to Home and Molly was found in just two hours. The footage captures the adorable moment Molly and her owner reunite
Finally reunited: the dog wags her tail while her owner hugs her tightly
The man then leads Molly to the safety of the car and places her in the passenger seat
Drone To Home CEO Phil James said Molly’s owner believed they would never find Molly again and feared she may have died.
The team was called on the third day of Molly’s disappearance and she was quickly found.
Phil said he was touched by the touching moment after watching the recorded video.
He said: “I don’t get emotional often but the lab brought tears to my eyes, I have to admit.” “I’m really pleased the owners are over the moon.”
He began the mission in 2019 with just himself and a drone.
“I funded it myself until I registered as a charity on April 29, 2022 and to date we have reunited 2,487 dogs, three ponies, an emu, a skunk and nine cows,” he said.
“We receive an average of approximately 40 calls and messages per day through our virtual call center and we have 11 trained volunteers answering the telephone calls.”
“We all love what we do and have the best job in the world.”