Bring Hanah HomeFamilyPet
She was lost during the tornado that killed more than 160 people and flattened everything in its path. I was saddened to hear that the last sighting of Hanah was when a black SUV with an official logo loaded her up, presumably to be taken to a shelter to await her family. To date, she has not been seen again.
It’s a mystery. What happened to Hanah?
Hanah’s Mom, Kari Wilkes, started “Bring Hanah Home”, BHH is a non-profit formed after the Joplin tornado. Hanah was torn from her family, photographed alive and believed to have been picked up. BHH seeks to increase disaster awareness and work towards standard emergency procedures for all pets.
Wilkes hands out business cards with her information and Hanah’s face. She’s hung hundreds of posters and fliers. She’s created a Facebook page, “Bring Hanah Home.” More than 10,900 have joined the fight to find Hanah. Wilkes hopes the network she’s built will bring her dog home. BHH has participated in disaster relief, most recently being involved in Oklahoma, gathering and delivering much needed supplies to families in need. (http://www.youcaring.com/other/relief-run-fund-for-our-furry-friends-in-moore-ok/60993)
If you think you have seen Hanah, or if you would like to help BHH with a donation:
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
417 529 8088
$2500 REWARD FOR INFORMATION, no questions asked upon her safe return.
Bring Hanah Home
PO Box 113
Bloomington, IN 47402
My heart goes out to Kari, and the many others who have lost a member of their family or were in some way impacted by the recent tornadoes. I hope for Hanah and all the lost pets to be returned safely to their families who love and miss them.
Jodi G. Thomson was born and raised in Seattle WA, she and her husband relocated to Houston TX in 2010. She enjoys writing and spending time with her husband and their pets.