According to My Fox Philly, a Philadelphia, Pa., family is searching for their dog, who disappeared following a devastating fire which destroyed their home.
Bonnie, a two-year-old pit bull, helped save the Hall family as the blaze engulfed their home. Bonnie, along with the other family's pit bull, "Clyde," barked until the family woke up and escaped from the Germantown home.
Clyde never made it out of the burning structure alive, but Bonnie is believed to have escaped and her family is desperate to find, and bring her home.
The Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is helping the family with the search effort - organizing search parties, putting up fliers and posting Bonnie on their Facebook page - unfortunately, nobody has spotted the lost dog yet.
A $1,000 reward is offered for information which successfully brings this beloved family pet back home.
Anyone who believes that they have spotted Bonnie is asked to call Red Paw Emergency Relief Team 267-289-2PAW.
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