Last Updated on May 15, 2023 by Pets Feed
Ryan Coleman, a firefighter battling the devastating wildfire that destroyed much of northern California, has found an unlikely friend in the devastation. He saved a cat and now he won’t leave him alone.
The recent fires in California have already claimed 80 lives according to CNN. The so-called “campfire” in Northern California has completely destroyed the town of Paradise, turning it into a toxic zone. However, that’s where Ryan Coleman of the Fairview Valley Fire Department found a survivor.
The campfire started on November 8. Since then, it has burned over 151,000 acres and destroyed over 11,700 homes.
The cat saved from the fire does not separate from its savior
The firefighter was digging through the rubble of the town of Paradise after the fire swept through everything in its path, and he came across a beautiful fluffy gray cat who had thankfully survived the terrible blaze.
Paradise was evacuated before the fire, suggesting this cat’s family may have left it behind.
The cat was clearly happy to have another human by his side, and he immediately settled on Ryan’s shoulder and showed his affection by rubbing his hairy face against his cheek.
Ryan shared adorable photos of the loving cat on Facebook.
“It stayed on my neck and shoulders as I walked around the area.”
The firefighter responded to a comment saying he “wanted” to bring the cat home, but he still has to continue working in the destroyed town for several days. Hopefully, once he’s done his job and if that kitten’s family doesn’t show up, he’ll adopt her, since apparently she chose him as her new human.
Images: Facebook / Ryan Coleman
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