Couple Returns to Home Lost in California’s Camp Fire to Find Their Dog Waiting for Them – TIME

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by Gina Martinez – TIME 

a view of a dog: Madison the dog

© Photo Courtesy of K9 Paw Print Rescue Madison the dog

After losing their home to California’s deadliest wildfire, one couple had an unexpected reunion with their loyal pet.

K9 Paw Print Rescue, a non-profit, Bay Area-based animal rescue group, said on Facebook this week that the couple returned to the site of their lost home in Paradise, Calif., and their beloved dog Madison was there as well.

“They hoped and prayed he would be OK,” the group posted. “When they finally got clearance to go back to the lot where their house once stood… Madison was waiting there for them as if he were protecting his former home. Never give up!”

Read the full heartwarming article from TIME here.

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Trump officials accused of using deadly wildfires to boost logging

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Trump officials accused of using deadly wildfires to boost logging

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The Los Angeles Times’ Wally Skalij discusses how he made the often surreal images, and how covering wars in Iraq and Kosovo prepared him to cover mass shootings and other tragedies in the U.S.(Image credit: Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times)

via One Tiny Owl: Otherworldly Photos From California’s Woolsey Fire — News : NPR

One Tiny Owl: Otherworldly Photos From California’s Woolsey Fire — News : NPR

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The entire town of 27,000 people was evacuated ahead of the wildfire in Northern California. The fire is the latest in a string of disastrous blazes to hit the state in the past year.(Image credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

via Paradise, Calif., Destroyed By Wildfire, Authorities Say — News : NPR

Paradise, Calif., Destroyed By Wildfire, Authorities Say — News : NPR

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