A puppy was found alive after it was buried in ash and rubble during the massive California wildfires that are still destroying the land.
California is one of the many states in the United States of America that had been hit by massive bushfires.
It is believed that the bushfires that are seen right now are one of the biggest that they have seen in the country.
Butte County is one of the regions that have been hit hard by wildfires and authorities have been doing everything to save people.
The BCSO (Butte County Sheriff’s Office) Search and Rescue teams that are going through the burned-out areas recently found something alive and they were happy.
Hiding under a destroyed home, the rescue teams found a dog hiding under ash and rubble.
On a statement that the Butte County Sheriff’s Office released on Facebook, they said:
As BCSO deputies and members of BCSO Search and Rescue were searching through properties impacted by the fire, they made an unexpected and welcomed discovery on a large property in Berry Creek, this adorable puppy. The puppy had some minor burns and was picked up by Animal Control and taken to Valley Oaks Veterinary Center in Chico to be checked out. After doing some investigating, we found out that the owner of the property has several dogs and was not able to locate them all before needing to evacuate. Our deputies decided to give this sweet puppy a name, Trooper.
Trooper, the dog that they rescued, managed to survive a traumatic experience, yet, it remains a mystery on how the dog managed to survive despite being under ash and rubble.
Authorities did not reveal how much time they believed the dog had spent under the ash and rubble.