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E and ingenuityhuman ualities of an increasingly rare breed Wilson Rings Catching Murphyis part of Missing a collection of six true stories about finding restoring or accepting the losses that define our livesfrom the mysterious to the inspiring Each story can be reador listened toin a single sittin. I have a golden retriever that I love to pieces I d like to think there would be people like those in this book who would help me catch her if she ever went rogue Thank you Wilson Ring for writing this true story with the happy ending

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Catching Murphy (Missing collection)

Impassioned reporterWilson Ring the states correspondent for the Associated Pressand an online community of animal lovers As Murphy kept running the uest to bring him home safe and sound seemed and impossible The search itself takes on an aspect of devotion as the searchers display genuine resilienc. I gave this book 5 stars because it was well written The subject matter hit home I love reading stories about dogs especially Golden Retrievers and Australian Shepherds Both breeds I know very well their personalities and how they think This is so typical of one of the Goldens named Becky I raised She passed away at age 16 several years ago and I still think about her everyday She was born at 1201 am on July 11 I assisted her mother Naomi and clocked each pup in She was one of 8 born that day This book brought back warm memories of my Golden Days and other memories that would astonish you like the time she chewed through a chain link fence just to get to the other side

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For than a year over two brutal Northeast winters the whole of Vermont was captivated by the hunt for a runaway golden retriever named Murphy He was than a missing doghe was a target for capture and journalistic obsessionMurphys disappearance would unite the dogs increasingly anxious owners with an. Not just for dog lovers the unusual story begins with a minor car crash with Murphy and his owner jostled about a bit but not injured When the owner lets Murphy out the back door he runs disappearing for well over a yearThis true story known to a Vermonters tells how a whole community searched for and tried to catch wandering dog PTSD for a dog Abusive owner Nothing seems to make senseWilson Ring s storytelling creates a vigil of determination and stubbornness in an unexpected adventure of an otherwise normal dog refusing all human attempts to approach engage with or bring Murphy home Even through two deep frost winters Murphy eludes all efforts to save him from his lonely mountain escapeAlthough the story draws the reader in the author can only describe what the dog did but now why The heroic efforts of so many are well told with al their well meaning effort shown but there remains the larger mystery motivating Murphy s seemingly intentional abandonment of his home and ownersThis is the fifth of six true stories from the short single collection Missing created for short escape reads of something unknown and hence missing Although this story is about a missing dog the larger part missing remains why and why so longI enjoyed the storytelling but not the flat ending but perhaps that s life often than we d likeThe Audible narration added a nice touch a some added emotion


8 thoughts on “Catching Murphy (Missing collection)

  1. says:

    This was a wonderfully written book about the emotional rollercoaster in trying to catch Murphy the dog after his human was involved in a car accident and he jumped out of the car. The amazing work and commitment detailed in this book for over a year and a half is just amazing. It's a shining light in this troubled world, we see a glimpse of how a small Vermont town rallied together to help bring Murphy home.

  2. says:

    Not just for dog lovers, the unusual story begins with a minor car crash with Murphy and his owner jostled about a bit but not injured. When the owner lets Murphy out the back door, he runs, disappearing for well over a year.

    This true story, known to a Vermonters, tells how a whole community searched for and tried to catch wandering dog. PTSD for a dog? Abusive owner? Nothing seems to make sense.

    Wilson

  3. says:

    I gave this book 5 stars because it was well written. The subject matter hit home. I love reading stories about dogs, especially Golden Retrievers and Australian Shepherds. Both breeds I know very well, their personalities and how they think. This is so typical of one of the Goldens named Becky I raised. She passed away at age 16 several years ago and I still think about her everyday. She was born at 12:01 a.m

  4. says:

    This story recounts the daily struggle to return a frightened dog to its owner. The dog ran away after being in a car accident. He was frightened and ran away. The region searches and reporting the dog sightings kept the search for him in the news. The dog finally settled in one area and the author became personally involved, and thus the story.

  5. says:

    Animal stories are my favorite and especially dogs. How wonderful to see how many people helped to find Murphy and they kept at it until he was back in his home with Ed. I loved this story and would love reading like it.

  6. says:

    I have a golden retriever that I love to pieces. I’d like to think there would be people like those in this book who would help me catch her if she ever went rogue. Thank you, Wilson Ring, for writing this true story with the happy ending.

  7. says:

    I had the best time reading this endearing story about a dog shocked after a car accident and how he is brought back to his life. How he appears in the life of a man who makes catching Murphy a challenge he so wants to overcome and he does. It

  8. says:

    I don't want to spoil the ending for anyone. I'll just say: Don't give up. Keep hoping for Murphy. If you love dogs or cats, and your pet accidentally gets lost, this book might help you get through it. It's a surprising ending, and it just goes to show just because your pet loves you, that doesn't necessarily mean he will find his way home.

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