She was able take them out one at a time, so she had to return to the burning garage five times.
This cat lived together with her 5-month-old canines in an old garage. However, one evening strangers set fire to the garage.
Firemen found that no one was in the garage at the time of the fire, but they paid attention to a cat that jumped into the garage several times.
Firemen made an attempt to catch the animal, but the latter resisted. One of the firemen spotted her dragging the cat between her teeth. She took the baby out of the fire and threw herself into the fire again.
The mother cat burned her eyes, ears, and nose, but pulled all the canines out of the burning house. She could take them out one at a time, so she had to return to the burning garage five times.
The animal’s paws, ears, eyes, and muzzle were damaged, but only when the cat pulled the last canine out of the fire to make certain that everyone was rescued, she fell insensible.
One of the firemen carried the cat to the vet facility and rescued her.
This is what the cat (named Scarlett) looked like instantly after the occasion.
The cats were accepted in a short time. Their mother was affiliated by a woman named Karen Wellen.
She gave word to the members of the Animal Welfare League, who looked after Scarlett, to accept the cat as if they were their own kids. This promise has been kept.