First Emotional Encounter of a Cat and Owner after Nashville Bombing on Christmas Day


So happy they met again.

My dear readers! Today you will witness another touching moment that will make you put a tear down your cheeks. This story happened quite recently. On December 25 last year in the center of Nashville a bomb in a shopping center exploded. The result of this explosion is rather sad. 8 people were injured and many buildings around were destroyed. The explosion happened at 6:30 in the morning.

People were left without communication for several days. Many residents of the city had heard the valuation warning many miles before the accident. As the media tells us, it was a man named Anthony Quinn Warner, who is 63 years old, is a resident of the city. Authorities believe this man acted alone. Warner mined a car in downtown at 1 am after 4-5 hours there was a shooting and a big explosion.

Three residents received not very serious injuries, including two police officers who help people. According to the news, the perpetrator of this incident died at the moment of explosion. Today you will see a touching video that shows the moment when the owners of their pets are reunited after this terrible incident.

Many residents have lost their four-legged friends on that terrible Christmas morning after the explosion. A man named Buck McCoy said that he would return to a burning building to save his cat. You will see the touching moment how he meets his cat. He is the singer and songwriter who moved to the city 12 years ago for the sake of a musical career. A man recalls with horror how he tried to rescue his cat Molly. And there is also another woman who was reunited with her cat Martin. These people are incredibly grateful to the FBI representatives And for the fact that they took care of their pets.

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