By Kristine Phillips Washington Post
Just before the storm Harvey hit Texas’s southeast coast, Salvador Segovia left his grandson’s dog, Otis, in his home’s screened-in back porch, along with food and water.
But the storm must have scared Otis, so he busted open the screen door and ran away on Friday night.
“I stuck my head out yelling and yelling, and no Otis,” Segovia said. “The following morning, I got out and kept yelling, circled the block and everything, and nothing. We didn’t know where Otis was.”
Meanwhile, Tiele Dockens was on her way to check on the houses of some friends and families who had evacuated, when something caught her attention. A dog was walking down a street carrying a big bag of dog food.