The video of Barbara Garcia finding her dog in tornado debris went viral.
Garcia says, "I thought, what is this world coming to? The mean, the ugly, just pure evil. And then turn right around and all you have to do is drive down the street and see the people. There's just an outpouring of caring and love and that's what it's all about."
Garcia didn't have home owner's insurance and her house was demolished by the May 20th tornado in Moore.
A woman, who never met Garcia, set up a website called 'Build Barbara Garcia a Home.'
Erin DeRuggiero is a social media entrepreneur who was touched by Garcia's story.
She says, "Some people may feel more compelled to donate money directly to the Red Cross or local Salvation Army chapters, which I completely understand. I was inspired to create this fund so that I could impact one person's life directly and personally, just as she impacted mine."
Donations have come in from all over the world.
On Monday, the funds have reached more than $50,000.
Garcia says, "I just don't know how I could feel more blessed. And then something comes along and then I know how I can feel more blessed because something else good happens."
Many of those who donated have posted questions wanting to know how Barbara and Bowser are doing.
Garcia says, "I feel good. I feel a little better every day. We've had no ill responses from Bowsie. He's getting along just fine. I got my new glasses today."
She's overwhelmed by the outpouring of support.
"To say thank you, it's so inadequate. I’m just, I'm blessed."