A mother from Butler County, Missouri is so thankful to all for helping her to find her 3 year old daughter who was missing for almost 12 hours. Remy Elliott and her pet Yorkshire Terrier, Fat Heath, went missing near their home in Qulin, Mo. around 8 p.m. Thursday night . After a 12 hours of search by a group of volunteers from nearby communities and with the help of rescue team they could locate the girl and dog in the rows of a cornfield on Friday Morning!
The mother ,Timber Merritt was panic to see her daughter is missing and started searching for lost daughter all around by calling her name. And when she realized the matter is so serious she started calling people for help..
“I looked for her by myself thinking maybe she was just in the woods or somewhere where I just couldn’t see her,” Merritt said. “And I was calling for her and calling for her, and when she wasn’t calling back I realized I don’t think I’m going to find her on my own.”
The stressed mother called her friends, family and local law enforcement, and a group of 75 to 100 people were there to search for Remy. Finally it was her brother, Quinlin, who drove all the way from western Kentucky who found Remy and her dog about half a mile away from the house lying down on some broken corn stalks. When they found her she was asleep and was badly exhausted and they really could reach out her in the right time. Despite being away from home for such long time , the girl said she wasn’t scary because her little dog Fat Heath was there to company her.
I am so happy to see that the mother has got her child safe and secure, and thanks to the lovely dog for staying by her side.