SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- The Robinsons didn't have much time to evacuate their Santa Rosa home. They looked for their dog, Bill, but they couldn't find him. With the wildfires approaching, they had to get to safety.
Their home was lost, but fortunately, Bill got out. A police officer found him shaking in a field, and he was taken to the Marin Humane Society.
Thanks to a microchip, the society was able to find Bill's family. When he was brought out to meet them, the tearful moment was caught on video.
"We thought he was so gone," one of Bill's owners said.
The family hugged and petted Bill, who jumped up to greet them as they cried tears of joy.
'We thought he was so gone': Santa Rosa family tearfully reunited with dog lost in fires
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