A black house cat that ran away from an Easter morning fire that displaced six families in Parkesburg was reunited with her family a little over two weeks later, writes Bill Rettew for The Daily Local News.
King had been wandering around until she noticed a can of cat food inside a trap near her former home that was devastated by fire.
“It’s been a stressful two weeks,” said Leonel Salinas, King’s owner and fire survivor. “I never lost faith that I would find her.”
The reunion with the cat was joyful, and even a few happy tears were shed. King was rescued by April Brade and Mel Keen, who are part of a team that spends hundreds of hours protecting and rescuing cats.
“We found that something positive came out of the fire,” said Keen.
Read more about the rescued cat in The Daily Local News.