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Even the firefighters in California are doing their best to stop the fires that have been burning in the state for months. It looks like their job doesn’t end here. The brave men and women also try to help and save as many lives as possible. This time, while fighting the Silverado Fire, a group from the Orange County Fire Authority came across a helpless owl.
Things didn’t look good for the small creature, whose wings were burned in the huge fire. The barn owl was alone and couldn’t fly, so things could only get worse. But the brave firefighters came to its rescue and saved it. In the video, a firefighter says, “Poor guy.” “We’ll get you some help, buddy.”
In a short video released by the Fire Department, the poor little animal can be seen getting some rest on the lap of a first responder. The crew took it to the Serrano Animal and Bird Hospital once it was no longer in danger. Later, Orange County Fire Authority wrote, “He’s safe and sound and is now with animal control.”
The vets here said it only has a few minor wounds and will get better soon. They said, “We’ll have to keep him for a few months until he gets new feathers.” “He will be able to go free once he gets new feathers.”