A couple of months later a Texas fire emergency worker comes home to discover the animal her was forced to surrender still defending their land
When terrible flames attacked Angela Gaylord’s home in Orange County, she was ordered to leave her cocker spaniel Maddy during the escape.
Nicola attempted to return and get her animal later, but all routes home were barred by flames.
As Angela arrived to her apartment a month later, she was overjoyed to find Maddy awaiting for her among the ashes, apparently unhurt.
Sheila Murphy, a worker with K9 Handprint Rehabilitation, an animal rescue group in the region, says,
“Richardson’s owner prayed that he would be well and was astonished to find her dog lovingly protecting the charred remnants of her home.”
Madison was observed traversing the ashes multiple times by Sheila Sullivan as she approached the burned-out homes. However,
because to the rubble, she was unable to approach the dog and assist him, as well as provide him with food and drink.
As a result, no one knows how Virginia managed to survive for a week on ash.
“I sobbed with gladness and I saw that its mother had come to him. It makes me so thrilled to talk about it!
This animal didn’t give up and fought the flames as well as the storm. He was there for a course of the month!”