A month after the wildfire, the homeowner returned and was overjoyed to see her dog survived. Andrea Gaylord arrived back home in California and saw her beloved dog, Madison, waiting for her.
She was feeling that her beloved dog had survived and connected with Shayla Sullivan, an animal rescue volunteer to check for Madison.
After the evacuation orders were lifted, she turned back home and saw Madison.
He was there, in the worst of circumstances waiting for one month. 84 people died from the fire and more than 150,000 residents were evacuated.
The animal rescue volunteer placed a cloth from Gaylord to keep Madison’s hope alive.