The town of Paradise was totally attacked by the dangerous Camp Fire that cleared through Northern California in November 2018. Andrea Gaylord was one of the numerous Paradise occupants requested to clear her home.
The fire spread so quickly thus savagely that she was compelled to abandon her two cherished pooches behind: Madison and Miguel, a couple of lovely shepherd siblings who invested a ton of their energy looking out for the family’s immense property.Praying Madison and Miguel had survived the fires, Andrea reached out to local animal advocate, Shayla Sullivan. With evacuation orders still in place, Shayla was allowed to search the area to look for lost and missing pets.
Miguel had already been found and rescued by this point, so Shayla focused her search on the missing Madison. She continuously scoured the homesite, leaving food, water, and scented items of clothing in an effort to lure the dog back. One month later, the evacuation orders were finally lifted. It was a long shot since so much time had passed and so much was uncertain, but Andrea returned home to look for Madison. The house was destroyed. The land was devastated. Everything was gone. Well… not everything. What do you think ?