Tennessee, a state in the United States, was the setting for this amazing story. Tennessee lost hundreds of homes to the hurricane.
All of the residents were unable to flee. However, Eric and Faith Johnson had it good. The fact of the matter is that their family includes not only children but also an Australian shepherd named Bella.
The head of the family claims that Bella began to act very strangely just a few minutes before the tornado started. She began to dash through the rooms.
She then sprinted outside and violently howled. She seemed to be calling the owner’s kids, who were out walking in the yard. It became abundantly clear that it was necessary to flee as the wind picked up.
The children were able to escape because John and his wife kept them safe in the bathroom. Their house was almost completely destroyed by the tornado, including the ground floor.
However, the dog Bella had no time to hide. She was picked up by a strong wind and carried tens of kilometers away from her home.
The Johnson family continued their search for the dog even though they had given up hope of finding it after nearly two months.
The couple made announcements about the death of a pet as they walked the neighborhood multiple times. They left their old clothes in states nearby in the hope that Bella would smell her way home.
The good news also arrived at a time when Faith and Eric were almost in despair: Bella had been found!
The dog was discovered eight kilometers away from home by a friend of the Johnsons who were looking for animals.
Bella was extremely thin and avoided people by wandering through abandoned alleys.
Eric had to catch his own dog literally. Bella went through a lot of stress, as the vets explained later. Today, the animal is back with his family.