Image via abc7Henry Needham was caught waist-deep in the muddy debris when firefighters came to his rescue. Afterwards he pleaded with them to let him search the house for the family’s 5-year-old Dachshund, Tinkerbell. Instead, firefighters agreed to search but came up empty handed. The family believed that the two-and-a-half feet of mud that poured through the home had buried their dearest Tinkerbell.
Image via abc7Serendipitously, the couples grandson and son-in-law stopped by the house two days later. It was then that the two heard the sound of a faint bark coming from inside. They immediately called for help and were able to save the messy dog from the muddy misfortune.
Image via Huffington PostThe couple was shocked and overjoyed during their heartfelt reunion. "You could look around and see tears flowing from everybody," neighbor Hal Hyman said. "A miracle happened on San Como Lane in Camarillo Springs." And that is what you call a pawfect ending ; )
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