Reta McKinlay said her heart broke Dec. 3 when her grandchildren’s 7-month-old pup escaped through a fence and was hit by a car.
“Scamp was bleeding; his eyes were fixed,” said McKinlay, 49, of Yelm. “We didn’t feel breath on his chest or on his nose.”
Her husband wrapped him in a blanket and left him outside to bury him the next morning. When he returned, the dog was sitting up.
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