A month after the Camp Fire, a homeowner who returned to see what’s left of her property was shocked and pleased to see her dog made it through the wildfire.
When Andrea Gaylord showed up back at her house in Paradise, California, she said her beloved dog, Madison, was waiting patiently for her to return home.
” You could never ever ask for a much better animal,” Gaylord claimed. “You really couldn’t.”.
Gaylord had a feeling Madison survived the fire so she connected with Shayla Sullivan, an animal rescue volunteer, who checked on their property.
Sullivan originally was looking for and taking care of Gaylord’s other dog named Miguel. Madison and Miguel are brothers. Sullivan said she kept checking on Gaylord’s property and left food and water for Madison, an Anatolian shepherd mix.
When the evacuation orders were lifted, Gaylord went home to see the damages for herself. When she pulled up to the property, there was Madison.
” Imagine the loyalty of awaiting in the most awful of circumstances and being here waiting,” Gaylord claimed. “It was so emotional.”.
The Camp Fire wildfire killed 84 people, destroying Heaven, a northern California town of 150,000 locals.