A woman who lost her dog to a fire has told how she feared for her safety.
In a blog post on her Facebook page, Lauren Dezani said her dog, Bella, died in the blaze.
“She was just a beautiful little angel that always looked out for me,” Ms Dezae said.
“I was so afraid that she would be killed by the flames.
I was devastated.”
Ms DeZae said she had been looking forward to spending Christmas with her family, when she learned the fire had destroyed her house.
“The only thing I could think about was Bella and how sad she was,” she said.
Ms De Zae said the fire, which occurred at about 9:30am on Christmas Eve, left her house in flames.
“My husband and I are going to have to relocate to another house.
My son was in the basement,” she wrote.
“We’re going to get her out of there.”
Ms Delzae wrote that she and her family have been given a gift.
“It’s an animal shelter dog.
They’ve given us a little crate and a little puppy,” she explained.
“You can see Bella is wearing a tag on her collar that says, ‘The most beautiful thing I have ever seen’,” she wrote, describing the tag as “a love letter to Bella”.
Ms Del Zae has posted pictures of the crate and the puppy on her social media accounts.
“Bella is just so beautiful.
She is the most beautiful animal I’ve ever seen.
We’ve been through so much and we’re going home now,” Ms DelZae wrote.
Ms Del Zurani said she was overwhelmed with the outpouring of support.
“They’ve done such a great job,” she told news.com.au.
“People are just really touching and helping out.”
Ms del Zurani posted a video of the dog walking around in the ashes.
“When I saw her in the rubble I was so proud of her.
She’s still around, she’s just so cute,” she added.
“Thank you for all of the prayers.
A spokeswoman for the Northern Territory Fire Service said they were still searching for a new owner. “
If she had to go, I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
A spokeswoman for the Northern Territory Fire Service said they were still searching for a new owner.
“At this time, we’re not able to comment on a potential owner,” the spokeswoman said.
A fire is extinguished near the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, NSW, December 8, 2019.
Photo: Supplied Ms Deluzia said Bella was one of her best friends.
“A little girl, she had a big heart, she always made me laugh, and she was just so sweet,” she continued.
“That’s what makes her so special, that’s why I love her so much.”
Ms de Zae had started a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for Bella’s funeral costs.
“This was her biggest Christmas ever, she was the best thing ever,” she concluded.