An aerial view of a neighborhood destroyed by the Camp Fire on November 15, 2018 in Paradise, California. Fueled by high winds and low humidity the Camp Fire ripped through the town of Paradise charring over 140,000 acres, killing at least 56 people and destroying over 8,500 homes and businesses. The fire is currently at 40 percent containment. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Emotional reunion: Woman finds cat alive near ruins of home destroyed in California wildfires

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Courtney Werblow found her cat, Timber, near the burned-out home a month after the Camp Fire.

Werblow posted a video on Facebook showing the emotional reunion with Timber. She begins crying as she calls her cat over for a bowl of food.

Timber was in no hurry, but eventually wandered over to greet Werblow. “You made it. You made it,” she exclaimed.

She also urged social media users to “never lose hope.”

“One month today since the fire, we received an escort to my parent’s property and my cat Timber was discovered,” Werblow posted.

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She told KTLA-TV that the discovery of Timber was a much-needed moment of hope for her family and parents, who lost everything in the fires.

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