LENOX, Mass. (AP) — With Yo-Yo Ma’s help, a friend was able to bring his lost puppy home.
The cellist on Sunday made an impassioned plea to nearly 14,000 concertgoers after a matinee at Tanglewood in Massachusetts to ask them to help find conductor David Zinman’s lost puppy.
The 4-month-old Havanese named Carlito had vanished that morning and Zinman was afraid the puppy would get run over by a car or snatched by a coyote. Ma considers Zinman one of his greatest mentors.
Grace Ellrodt didn’t attend the show but heard about the lost dog from concertgoers and family.
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She and her boyfriend were driving in Lenox that night when they spotted the lost puppy in the road. She says she knew right way it was Carlito.