Daisy

Karen Lacks and her husband, who has an office nearby, had found Daisy scared and alone and brought her home. 

When Jessica Stovall and her family heard the thunder start to roll in on Monday night, they watched the sky and counted one-one thousand to see how far it was away. They hurried to put away their bikes and toys, and to cover the outdoor furniture before the rain. But in that hustle and flurry of activity, one member of the family quietly went missing. Stovall’s beloved pooch, Daisy, had escaped. 

Hours later when the storm had passed they called and called for Daisy, but she didn’t come out. Not even when they summoned her with treats. As panic set in, there was a knock on the door. Karen Lacks and her husband, who has an office nearby, had found Daisy scared and alone and brought her home. 

“Thankfully they rescued Daisy,” Stovall said. “They took her home to shelter her from the storm, made a few phone calls and found our house. We are so grateful for such kind neighbors… You both are angels!”

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