How do you call yourself a real animal lover? I mean, it’s not just feeding and giving shelter. Trust me, it’s more than that.
If you really love someone, all the imperfections turn perfections. Same is for animals. The love you have for them is profound, just as you love a human being.
So far, we have witnessed the sacrifices animals have done for humans. If you have seen the movies like Hachiko, A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Way Home (my favs, personally), you do know that dogs would do anything for us, why, because they love us unconditionally.
But, on rare occations we too save animals. Take the wildfire in Australia, for example. Hundreds of Kola bears were saved by people. And we have seen photos of people saving dogs, cats, birds from disasters. But, we have to admit that animals are way purer than we will ever be.
So, this story is about a rare case where a family takes measures to unite with their dog after 54 days.
The deadly tornado, EF-4, occurred in Tennessee, in March caused death for 24 people along with countless destructions.
The Johnsons’ house was in the path of the tornado in Cookeville. They claim that they were saved by their dog Bella as she alerted them on time.
Eric Johnson told The Tennessean that Bella woke him up at 2 am, whining and gave enough time to save the family.