Owner reunites with lost cat six months after Northern CA wildfire

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 6:32 AM

Muscat hadn’t been seen since the Valley Fire forced residents to flee Middletown in September. His owner spotted the five-year-old cat a week ago.

Owner reunites with lost cat six months after Northern CA wildfire

A worried owner finally found her cat who'd disappeared six months ago during one of northern California'south most destructive wildfires -- and the animal turned up not distant from their house.

Muscat hadn’t been seen since the Valley Fire forced residents to flee Middletown in September. His owner spotted the five-year-old cat a week ago.

“On Thursday she was driving near to her house and saw a cat that looked love Muscat so she stopped and he came to her,” the Middletown Animal Hospital wrote on its Facebook page the other day.

“She was very excited to have him back,” the hospital’s Tersea Axthelm told KCBS-TV. “So many people are still looking for their pets, we've a bulletin board here, you know. Lost pets, dogs and cats. To give anybody some hope, it’s obviously a great thing.”

The Valley Fire killed four people, destroyed hundreds of homes and burned more than 76.000 acres—one of the worst wildfires in California history.

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