The dog was rescued by firefighters, who quickly adapted an oxygen mask fitted for humans to the dog's snout saving her life. The family also had two cats, one which did not survive and another, Ringer, who was missing.
Over the next few weeks, while rebuilding their home, the Marr family returned. They would call out for Ringer, just in case the cat survived.
"I shined the flashlight down there, and I hear a cat meowing.... I was like 'I can't move. I can't move. This is Ringer. This is Ringer, John!' This is our cat that has been missing for two months, and Chloe just found him down in this hole."
They rushed the lucky cat to the veterinarian's office, discovering that the cat was malnourished and underweight. They assume that he was surviving on bugs (and, most likely rodents, too, but who wants to admit that?) while he hid out in the fire-ravaged home.
The Marr family have since finished their rebuilding efforts, and are back in their home along with unlikely best pals, Chloe and Ringer.
During the report, Chloe and Ringer were laying close to each other, the cat nestled into the space between the dog and the edge of the family couch. Christine called Chloe her "kid," and told the firefighters who saved her dog's life she couldn't have imagined life without her dog.
However, not knowing what happened to Ringer gnawed at her. Yet, thanks to good-girl Chloe, Christine got something better than closure, she got her friend Ringer back.