Did Cara Delevingne’s 2 cats survive a house fire?

Cara Delevingne, the British model and actress, recently faced a devastating incident when her Los Angeles mansion was engulfed in flames. Fortunately, she was not present at the time, as she is currently starring in a stage performance in London’s West End. The fire caused significant damage to her $7 million home, with flames bellowing from the roof and later leaving behind blackened, smoldering ruins.

She bought the house on 2019. It was formerly built and owned by the Von der Ahe family who own the Vons supermarket chain. John Paul II visited the house.

It was quite extensively home furnished by Delevingne with heron print Gucci wallpaper for instance and snake-covered flooring in the billiards room.

Cara Delevingne and her two cats, white or chinchilla flat-faced Persians showing tear staining due to tear duct overflow
Cara Delevingne and her two cats, red-pointed flat-faced Persians (Himalayans) showing tear staining due to tear duct overflow. Image: her Instagram account which I will deem to be in the public domain! If I am wrong, please complain in a comment and I will respond promptly.
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My heart is broken today. I cannot believe it. Life can change in a blink of an eye. So, cherish what you have.

Cara

What she said made me think of a recent infographic I made. It is about living as best you can: 5 tips for a full life if you’ve got the courage to follow them (infographic).

Update:

She has shared photos of her cats after the fire. In one a firefighter carries the cat from the seriously damaged home.

Firefighter carries one of Cara's two Himalayan cats from the ruins of her fire damaged home
Firefighter carries one of Cara’s two Himalayan cats from the ruins of her fire damaged home. Image Cara.

Initially, Cara feared that her two beloved cats had perished in the blaze. She expressed her heartbreak on Instagram, emphasizing how life can change in an instant and urging everyone to cherish what they have. However, there was a glimmer of hope: the firefighters had managed to save her pets. In a later update, she joyfully shared the news with her 42 million followers: “They are alive! Thank you to the firefighters”.

Two people were injured during the fire—one firefighter was taken to the hospital in stable condition, and a resident suffered minor smoke inhalation. The blaze started at the back of the 1970s house and rapidly spread to the attic, causing the roof to collapse. It took 94 firefighters over two hours to bring the flames under control. An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire.

Cara Delevingne’s cats, thankfully, survived the massive blaze, and she expressed her gratitude to everyone who helped during this distressing situation. Despite the loss of her home, she remains resilient and thankful for the safety of her furry companions. 🐾

Sources: BBC News/

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