Cats Reunite With Owners After Being Left Behind in California Wildfires
Last October’s catastrophic fires in northern California destroyed thousands of homes and months later, hundreds of cats are still missing. Now an animal rescue group has set up motion activated surveillance cameras, along with bowls of food, to track felines who escaped the flames. Jennifer Petruska leads a team of volunteers who monitor the surveillance footage and then place traps where the cats are spotted. A blurry image shows the black and white 8-year-old cat they're looking for.