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Indiana family to get back dog lost in tornado

December 17, 2013
Associated Press

MELLOTT, Ind. (AP) — A dog separated from his owners after a tornado struck their Indiana home last month and adopted by a new owner is being reunited with his original family.

Kyla Robinson of Mellott says her 3-year-old boxer, Rosco, was due to be returned Tuesday to the Clinton County Humane Society and reunited with Robinson on Wednesday.

She tells the Journal and Courier ( ) that Rosco's adoptive owner agreed to give him up after being moved by news accounts that the dog would not be reunited with Robinson and her family.

The day after a twister struck Robinson's home about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis, a man spotted Rosco wandering without tags about 45 miles away. The man brought him to the Humane Society. The new owner adopted him six days later.


Information from: Journal and Courier,



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