than a year after a Tennessee household embraced a senior canine called Mojo, he became its hero.While her daughter, Isabelle, was out of
town, Heather Thomas was gotten up early one early morning to Mojo barking frantically. She hesitantly got up and rapidly realized her house was on fire.The blaze started on the back patio, and Mojo was the only alarm
that went off.The fire spread out so quick, the house was engulfed in flames in mere minutes.Thankfully, Mojo alerted Heather in time to obtain them both, in addition to another pet, out the door in the nick of time.Mojo’s heroic story reached the Petco Foundation’s Vacation Wants Project, which granted Mojo’s household on Friday.They got a
$10,000 grant to return to the rescue where they embraced him– AARF in Putnam County.Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved.
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