Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Toddler Survives A Night Lost In Cornfield, Thanks To Her Yorkie.

A Quiet Bark

A Quiet Bark

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Not wanting to make a sound, Quinlin stopped walking. He called out for Remy and waited. He heard another weak bark. He turned around, but he couldn't tell where it was coming from. So he ran, stopping to try to find the direction the noise was coming from. He pushed the corn stalks aside. And then he almost fell to the ground.

A Surprising Sight

A Surprising Sight

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About a half a mile into the field, Remy was lying motionless. She had dirt all over her face and hands. Dirt and leaves covered her hair, and her pants were stained from mud. But right next to her was Fat Heath. Quinlin lifted her little body from the bed that they made. Fat Heath followed Quinlin with a wagging tail. But Remy couldn't wake up.

Straight To The Hospital

Straight To The Hospital

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Remy was brought back to Timber. She quickly brought the little girl to the Black River Medical Center. "She was asleep whenever they picked her up. She was definitely exhausted and hot,” explained Timber. Timber was extremely worn-out and dehydrated, but she couldn't help but blame herself. What would have happened if Fat Heath wasn't there to protect her for 12 hours? Then she received Remy's results.

A Wonderful Watchdog

A Wonderful Watchdog

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Remy was covered in rashes and bug bites from spending the night in the corn. "I’ve never seen that many mosquito bites on anyone before," explained Timber. Thankfully, Fat Heath was there with her to keep her calm and safe from predators. Timber couldn't help but think about what could have happened to Remy if Fat Heath wasn't there with her. Talk about girl's best friend.

A Happy Ending

A Happy Ending

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Remy is finally back with her favorite companion, Fat Heath. Since being shared online, the story has gone viral. Plenty of people have stated that the hero of the story was Fat Heath, and not the uncle who found her. Timber asked Remy, “Why were you not scared?” The shy little girl replied, “Because Fat Heath was with me." Luckily, this story had a happy ending. And Fat Heath deserves a bunch of treats!

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