Jana Walker is a self proclaimed animal lover.
She had everything at her Wynnewood home from dogs to donkeys.
That all changed when a tornado ripped through her home two weeks ago.
It didn’t leave much behind, including traces of her dog, Precious.
She refused to give up hope on a reunion with her pets even after finding some of their bodies.
“I’m not gonna rest until I know where they’re at. They’re my babies,” Walker said.
Her children are equally as passionate. They called for Precious, hoping she was alive.
“Whenever I whistle, she comes back. When I first come over after the tornado, I whistled and then she came back Sunday,” Walker's daughter Kaitlyn said
Lost and found, after five days on her own, in the wild and in pretty bad shape.
Her family took the wounded dog to local veterinarian Joanne Green.
“We had to save Precious if she made it through an F4 tornado. She had to be saved and on top of that her family lost their home,” Green said.
Precious suffered a compound fracture to her tibia and a bad infection, Green said. She had no choice but to remove Precious’ leg.
A second shot of life for Precious and a sigh of relief for a family that could use a break.
Walker said she is still looker for Gunner, her bloodhound mix.