Indiana Family to Get Back Dog Lost in Tornado

MELLOTT, Ind. (AP) – A dog separated from his owners after a tornado struck their Indiana home last month and adopted by a new owner is being reunited with his original family.
Kyla Robinson of Mellott says her 3-year-old boxer, Rosco, was due to be returned Tuesday to the Clinton County Humane Society and reunited with Robinson on Wednesday.
She tells the Journal and Courier that Rosco's adoptive owner agreed to give him up after being moved by news accounts that the dog would not be reunited with Robinson and her family.
The day after a twister struck Robinson's home about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis, a man spotted Rosco wandering without tags about 45 miles away. The man brought him to the Humane Society. The new owner adopted him six days later.