Two tiny dogs, stolen in a Tulsa home burglary are back home.
The News on 6 first told you about Tim Stout and his missing Pomeranians a few weeks ago. The Stout's east Tulsa home had been broken into, along with three others in the neighborhood.
The burglars took a few things, but none as valuable as the dogs, the Stout's call their babies.
Friday afternoon the Stout's came home to find three women in the front yard, along with their precious dogs, Smokey and Isabell. The women told the Stout's they had bought the dogs, but later heard about the burglary and wanted to return them.
Tim Stout: "it came out and there's a lot of people were praying for us and like I said our prayer were answered.â€
Tim says he offered the women the $1,000 reward he had put out for his dogs, but they refused. He says the women's kindness restored his faith in humanity.