A South Texas family found $54 missing dollars -- in their dog's stomach.
The family's five-year-old dog, "Misty," ate a mountain of money while the family was out.
The dog found the stash of cash in a tin and chowed down.
Misty's owner noticed the missing money and figured out the dog had eaten the money and took her to the vet.
An x-ray found the wad of bills in her stomach.
"Cash is sort of strange," Ashley Kotinek, a veterinarian with the Spring Hill Animal Hospital, said. "There much have been something on it, someone had spilled something on it, they had a flavor that made the dog want to eat it."
The vet gave Misty medicine to induce vomiting -- which netted $18 of the lost loot to start. They eventually recovered all the cash.
The family doesn't plan on spending the cash, just preserving it as a keepsake. Although they did ask to pay the vet in cash...