A small miracle happened in the Gastown district of Vancouver (Canada). A cat, named Smokey, survived the fire at the Winters Hotel, where he was staying with his feline brother and owner.
April 11, 2022 turns out to be a tragic date for the hotel Winters of gastown (Canada). The streets Water and Abbott were covered with a thick gray veil that day. And for good reason, flames licked the walls of the building until it was reduced to a simple pile of ashes. The residents of the 71 rooms were moved to another establishment standing on columbia street ; unfortunately, 2 people died.
A named Spearliving at 2and floor, barely had time to run away with one of his cats, Mufasa. Sadly, he failed to save his other furry friend by the name of Smokey.
The days passed, no trace of the animal. It is with a heavy heart that Spear accepted the death of his 4-legged companion.
“It’s amazing that he survived”
Don’t they say that in life, you should never lose hope? Nearly a week after the tragic event, a cat with a gray coat emerged from the rubble. Thin, injured and exhaling a strong smell of smoke, the survivor of the fire was taken care of by the personnel of the Vancouver Orphan Kitty Rescue Association (VOKRA)a local shelter.
The animal received all the care necessary for its good recovery, reports the Vancouver Sun. During a medical examination, the trainer discovered an electronic chip: it was Smokeythe beloved companion of Spear !
” He was so happy. He really thought the cat was dead. It’s amazing that he survived “, said Karen Duncan, co-founder of VOKRA. The latter indicated that the team would offer supplies to the owner so that he can take care of his little protege.
A beautiful and moving reunion took place on Thursday, May 5. A huge smile remained glued to the lips of Spear. And then, what happiness for Smokey to find his brother Mufasa ! ” It was really cute. The 2 cats shared a little kiss “, confided a witness of the scene.
Seeing a family reunited after going through such a painful ordeal is an extremely touching sight.
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