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Couple return home after California fire to a great surprise

by Staff writer



A couple who had fled during the deadly California wildfire last month had one great worry.


They had left their beloved dog, Madison, behind.

Even though they feared the unknown due to how destructive the fire was, the couple kept on praying.

News that their home had been razed to the ground by the devastating fire further intensified their anxiety.

But in a very miraculous turn of events, when the couple finally got clearance to go back to the lot where their house once stood, their beloved Madison was there waiting there for them as if he were protecting his former home.



K9 Paw Print Rescue, a non-profit, Bay Area-based animal rescue group, shared the news on Facebook this week, ending the post by saying, "Never give up!”

November’s Camp Fire in Northern California was the deadliest wildfire in state history, with 85 confirmed deaths and over 18,000 structures destroyed.

As the wildfires spread, many residents had to abandon their home and belongings.

In some tragic cases, fleeing residents had to leave pets behind.

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