David Draiman Reunites With His Lost Puppy

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David Draiman, singer for the Chicago nu-metal band Disturbed, has finally been reunited with his previously lost puppy. In an Instagram post he uploaded back on October 1st, the Disturbed frontman shared that his 10-week-old golden retriever, who goes by the name Charlotte, was missing.

Along with sharing that he believed she was “taken,” the singer said that a reward would be offered for any helpful information that led to finding her.

Thankfully, Charlotte has been reunited with Draiman.

In a recent Instagram post of his, Draiman writes about his puppy being found, saying, “Found her!!! THANK GOD!!!”

In a follow-up post, Draiman wrote about how his puppy was found. The singer writes:

“Re: Charlotte

“Someone found her roaming around on my block (I figured out how she got out and have since remedied the problem…fool me once). She crossed the street and they got out of their car and grabbed her. They left signs all over the place about a lost dog. One of the people on social media told me about the signs. They emailed me a picture of one. I called the number. Asked if the dog was a 10 week old golden retriever pup, they said yes. They asked me what color her collar was. I said she didn’t have one. They said, “good, that was a trick question, you caught it.” They gave me their address, they lived maybe 10 minutes from me, and I showed up to their house and they opened the door and there was my baby. I asked if I could give them anything, they said all they wanted was maybe the couple hundred they spent on food and toys for her for the two days she had been with them, which I gladly reimbursed. I was overwhelmed.”

It is wonderful to hear that Charlotte is safe and back home.

Below you will find David Draiman’s posts regarding Charlotte being found.

In other Disturbed-related news, the nu-metal band recently broke a major career record thanks to their “Take Back Your Life Tour.” This tour took place over the course of this past summer, and you will be surprised to learn just how much money the band pulled in from the run.

Back in September, from 2000’s The Sickness to 2022’s Divisive, we took on the task of ranking every Disturbed album from worst to best. To find out which record we ranked in first place, follow this link here.

 

 

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