Most incredible story of a bond of family between a cat, dog and the family. It happened in Michigan when a house was destroyed by fire. Firefighters did their best to get everyone out alive that also included the pets-a dog and a cat.
The fireman found the dog unconscious after tiresome search and revived her with an oxygen mask. Sadly, they were unable to locate the cat “Ringer.” Marr family thought he was either killed or escaped the fire early.
“Looking for that cat, we picked up furniture, looked around beds, looked in every nook and cranny for that cat,” said Chief Ronald Wise of the South Haven Area Emergency Services.
However, after two months, first time after fire, Christine Marr decided to revisit the house and took Chloe along. As soon as they enter the house Chloe start sniffing a particular hole under the floor. Curiously when Marr poked in she was stunned to see Ringer looking back at her.
“This cat’s a miracle. This cat has been in this area for two months with no food or water. And Chloe just found him down in this hole,” said Marr. “To know that Chloe had found the cat, that’s amazing. She’s a true hero, she is. To get that cat, you wouldn’t think the cat would live that much longer,” said Wise.
Needless to say Ringer had no access to water or food for straight two months. Sadly, he lost most of his body weight and vet hoped him to regain his health in few weeks.
“We’re assuming he was eating bugs and spiders and stuff under there,” said Marr. “I think he used a bit more than just nine lives.”