Wildfires in California wreak enormous havoc and tragedy every year. Many families lose all they own, including their loved ones’ and pets’ lives.
Destruction is frequently caused by dry circumstances, blazing heat, and horribly uneducated individuals. The flames strike before humans can respond.
Consider the creatures who are completely unaware of what is going on. They are oblivious to the evacuation instructions. Some people are fortunate enough to escape the blazing flames.
The aftermath, as well as the healing process, are both dangerous to your survival. The charred and scorched land is all that remains, leaving them afraid and alone.
However, Blaze, a little cat rescued from the Sepulveda Basin wildfire earlier this month, is no longer alone.
On September 6, the fire burnt around 20 acres in Sherman Oaks in the Sepulveda Basin.
It may have originated near a homeless encampment that burns down on a regular basis, according to police. Unfortunately, it also took the life of an unidentified guy, who was discovered after the fire was put out.
In the middle of the chaos, a stray kitten of a few weeks old was discovered. He was relocated to a shelter, but he required constant care, and volunteers from the Angora Hills-based Little Angels Project were already on hand to assist the survivor.
With the idea of avoiding euthanasia, they understood they had to interfere if they wanted to offer this warrior a true second chance, which is why they were already there when the shelter began seeking for someone to care for the cat.
He was transported to the East Valley Animal Shelter at first. The small animal required round-the-clock care, something no one at the shelter could provide. That’s when The Little Angels Project welcomed the adorable fighter into their hearts and homes.
The youngster, who is just around 5 weeks old and weighs around 400 grams, is in bad shape. He should be learning to consume solid meals and play at this time. No, poor Blaze has lived his entire life alone, and now he is afraid and in agony!
The rescuers wasted no time in getting to work on the retrieval. They were well aware that every second matters and that their health may change in an instant.
We can’t image how afraid this kitten was when he witnessed the Sepulveda Basin fire’s ferocious flames coming towards him. This defenseless baby’s prospects of survival were poor to none.
His ears, as well as his hind leg and tail, were scorched and began to come off owing to the collection of dead tissue.
Blaze is a long-haired kitten, which you may not realize, but the burns have nearly totally singed his fur!