The news was just announcing a tornado, but suddenly the television cable went out of order. Spouses Bruce and Ona Dunlap did not have time to listen to the important news to the end.
The men opened the door of their home in Logan County, Arkansas to see what was going on outside. The weather was calm and windless.Bruce immediately informed One that there was no tornado at all, but, fortunately, their neighbor, who still managed to watch the ad on TV to the end, told them to urgently hide in a shelter.
It is very good that the couple listened to her, because after five minutes their house was completely destroyed!
Husband and wife acted quickly. They helped their disabled neighbor move to a storm shelter and then began searching for their four cats and two dogs.A dog named Dasha flatly refused to leave the house.
Bruce was forced to hide in a shelter without two pets. It was impossible to delay!The man barely had time to slam the door to the shelter before the tornado hit the house. After a couple of seconds, the roof flew away, and the family’s things were scattered around.
The next day, the couple came to the ruins and began to examine what was left of the house. By the way, they have already mourned their two pets, without expecting the fact that they will not be able to survive.The family did not have time to inspect the house,the fluffy muzzle of Dana’s dog appeared from the ruins, which joyfully rushed towards its owners.
Bruce’s wife grabbed the pet and hugged her pet, apologizing to her in tears for the fact that they had to leave her.And Dasha, feeling the mood of the owner, and as if understanding every word, tenderly accepted the woman.
She and Bruce did not have time to rejoice at the return of the dog when a cat climbed out of the wreckage.Soaked and trembling from the cold,the dog also ran towards the hosts.
The tornado took away the house from this family, but their pets remained alive!Despite numerous losses, the most important thing for people is the opportunity to be close to their beloved owners.