3-year-old Aurora was reported missing on a Friday afternoon, and for the next 15 hours, searchers – more than a hundred of them — covered a lot of bushland in Queensland’s Southern Downs. Then, one of the searchers, Leisa Bennet, heard something. It was faint. But it was something. And when she looked up, she spotted Max, the family’s blue heeler. Maybe Aurora was close by. And she was.
Max, it turns out, had been with the little girl the entire time, keeping watch over her and making sure she was well protected. And when he heard the searchers, he appeared to them and led them right to Aurora. She was about a mile and a half away from her home and It was quite an emotional reunion.
Says Leisa: “When I heard her yell ‘Grammy’ I knew it was her. “I shot up the mountain… and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and led me straight to her. I think [Aurora] was a bit overwhelmed by the tears and the howling, but I explained to her how happy those tears were. It could have gone any of 100 ways, but she’s here, she’s alive, she’s well and it’s a great outcome for our family.”
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