Boy Wrote to Santa About His Lost Cats and Received the Best Gift Ever – He’s Been with Them Since Kittens

A family has been searching for their beloved cats since the devastating wildfire destroyed their home in Paradise, California. They refused to give up looking.

Candice Baker
Their son, Tyson (4 1/2), really missed his best friends – Optimus (black) and Bumblebee (tabby). Even though he knew they had lost his dad’s home, he gave away his toys to his cousins who had lost everything. The only wish he had was to find his kitties.Tyson decided to write a letter to Santa to tell him what he wanted for Christmas this year – some collars and a leash so when he found his…

Boy Wrote to Santa About His Lost Cats and Received the Best Gift Ever – He’s Been with Them Since Kittens

Kitten Shields His Brother Even After They Were Rescued from Wildfire, to Keep Him Safe

Two kittens were pulled from the disaster area in Concow, California after the devastating wildfire ravaged the town. The orange kitten kept covering his brother and wouldn’t leave his side.

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Shayla Sullivan, an animal rescuer based in Browns Valley, California, joined a local rescue team, Cowboy 911, to retrieve animals from disaster areas.Shayla and several other volunteers met a police officer who had located two horses up in Concow. He escorted them to the area. “We caravanned in our trailers behind this officer so that we could go in and catch the horses,” Shayla told Love Meow. When they arrived,…

Kitten Shields His Brother Even After They Were Rescued from Wildfire, to Keep Him Safe

Nurse Who Cooked His Truck to Help California Wildfire Victims Getting New Truck From Toyota

Allyn Pierce really loved his Toyota Tundra, and even had a special nickname and logo for his truck: the Pandra. Pierce is a nurse who managed the ICU of the hospital in Paradise, CA, the site of the state’s deadliest wildfire ever. When the fires were raging, he drove the Pandra back into the flames to help people,…Read more……

Nurse Who Cooked His Truck to Help California Wildfire Victims Getting New Truck From Toyota

Get Real-Time Smoke Reports From the California Wildfires Using These Maps

In addition to the obvious fire danger, all three fires are creating a substantial amount of smoke that can pose a health and safety risk to those who live nearby, even when that “nearby” in a few hundred miles from where the fire is burning. In San Francisco, for instance, the smoke smell is overwhelming at points…Read more……

Get Real-Time Smoke Reports From the California Wildfires Using These Maps