Back in 2009, Branly Harrison, along with her family, discovered a month-old squirrel that was near death after an attack by an owl.
So the family brought it back to their home and gave it lots of love and care. They fed it and named the female squirrel Bella. They quickly got attached to their fury, little friend.
But after some time, Bella had regained her health, and the family released her back into nature. They missed her, but they knew she had to reconnect with the outside world, and life went on.
But about a year later, there was a knock outside one of the family’s windows. It was a squirrel. But that wasn’t just ANY squirrel. That was Bella! She was all grown up now, but she never forgot about the family that saved her life, that loved her and helped her get better.
After that, Bella made frequent visits to the Harrison family. And on one of those visits, it looked like Bella had hurt her foot. So they took her in again and began doctoring her up.
But it wasn’t long after that that the Harrison family realized the real reason Bella was showing up so much. She had just given birth to three tiny babies and was carrying them with her. Bella had a lot of trust in the family that rescued her, and she wanted to make sure her babies could trust them just as much.