The dog survived a forest fire and a month waiting for the hostess in the yard of the burned house

Forest firesblazing this year in California, destroying everything in its path. Thousands of residents of the state were compelled in haste to evacuate to safe areas and don’t always have time to take their Pets.

Due to the rapid spread of Fire Camp 8 Nov Andrea Gaylord are unable to return home to Paradise and take out their dogs — Anatolian shepherd dogs Miguel and Madison.

The woman has addressed in service of rescue of animals of K9 Paw Print Rescue and asked for help. After some time, the volunteer Sheila Sullivan found Miguel — he went to the animal shelter in another city, but his brother Madison next to him was not.

Sheila was several times seen the Madison in the canyon (the area he was guarding), but the dog one, no. The volunteers just had to wait. In the yard of the burned house they regularly left food and fresh water and clothes, Andrea «to keep from Madison hope for the return of the masters.»

When last week canceled the evacuation order, Andrea Gaylord was able to December 7 to return to the ashes, where once stood her house. But she was not looking for surviving things, and his faithful friend. And her prayers were answered — Madison was waiting for her there!

Madison’s parents were unable to get home to him when the Camp Fire spread. They hoped and prayed he would be OK. When…

Posted by K9 Paw Print Rescue on Wednesday, December 5, 2018

«The owners of Madison are unable to get home for it when broke Camp Fire. They hoped and prayed he was all right. When they finally got permission to return to the place where once stood their house… Madison was waiting for them there, as if protecting the dwelling. Never give up!! Photos courtesy of Andrea Gaylord. Sheila Sullivan, ❤ I ❤ I ❤ I thank you for supporting Pets [during] the Camp Fire. Sheila — volunteer, who left food and water for Madison after the fire and the ensuing storm.»

In the comments to the history of Madison, which K9 Paw Print Rescue shared on Facebook, Sheila Sullivan wrote: «I’m so happy I’m crying when writing this! He did not give up because of the storm and fire! For him, IT was probably [the most] DOOOLGO month!»