When one Georgia family’s beloved dog ran away from home on the Fourth of July, they were willing to do absolutely anything to get him back, including sit down for an interview with a local TV station to spread their story.
Recently, Will Rumley’s wife and the mother of their two young sons passed away from a brain tumor. So when their dog, Judo, ran away after getting frightened from Fourth of July fireworks, they were absolutely devastated. “On the heels of that happening, now losing a family pet. He’s a member of our family. It’s heartbreaking,” Rumley said.
The family looked everywhere for Judo, but when they failed to find the six-year-old German Sheperd, they reached out to a local TV station and sat down for an interview in the hopes that a viewer might have seen their pet on the street or have some information on his whereabouts.
“The dog wasn’t scratching at the door or anything like that,” Rumley told the reporter during the interview. But as Rumley spoke, he spotted something out of the corner of his eye and realized that Judo had miraculously returned home. “There he is! He just showed up!” Rumley said. “This is awesome … he showed up while we were talking!”
“Am I hallucinating?” Rumley’s son, Ian, said. “I feel like part of my heart is back in place that was once gone after he left.”
Watch the entire video below to see the awesome moment this family’s lost dog returns home while his owner spoke to a reporter about him.
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