Rescue Crews in California Come Across Lost Puppy

Puppy pulled from rubble following devastating California wildfire.

Despite the frightful craziness of the massive wildfires California is experiencing right now, there have been heroic stories that are coming out of it.

Many lives have been lost due to the overwhelming and relentless wildfires, but this story about a puppy being found and rescued is a glimmer of good news.

While crews of authorities were searching through the mess and chaos of the fires, they discovered a little puppy thrown into the mix of the debris. Released information concluded that the owner of the puppy also parented many other puppies, however was not able to locate all of them before evacuating, resulting in some being left behind.

Thankfully, the puppy has been rescued and taken to a veterinary center, where he is being taken care of and kept in great condition! The firefighters were incredibly happy to see they have saved a life, especially one of an adorable puppy that can't fend for itself.

A discovery like this positively impacted both them and the community, showing them even as raging wildfires roam throughout California, something good can happen.

Learn more about the devastating California Wildfires.

Reported on by OGTV Intern, John Curcio.

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