When a deaf woman’s dog went missing, Belfast hurried to help

When a deaf woman’s dog went missing, Belfast hurried to help

For two days this week, a little lost dog named Ruthie brought the community of Belfast together as volunteers scoured yards and woods for her, put up posters around town and monitored social media for tips and sightings.

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