Yesterday, I shared with you pictures of felines that the kind humans at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine were caring for. Today, I will share with you the story of another very lucky feline who was saved by kind humans.
These kind humans came from San Mateo County, California. They traveled to Butte County in order to help fight the Camp fire, which is the deadliest fire in California’s history.
The firefighters were checking on a property, and they saw an injured feline in the bushes. They went over to the feline to see if they could help. The feline, who they have given the name Foster to, decided one of the firefighters could be trusted. Foster quickly came to the firefighter and asked for help.
Not surprisingly, the poor feline was dehydrated and malnourished. Foster also suffered burns to their paws and whiskers. The firefighters gave Foster noms and water, and took the rescued feline to an animal welfare organization.
Furiends, it is sad to see all the devastation from the Camp fire. But it makes things a little better when we hear these stories of survival.