Cara Delevingne’s Two Cats Saved From Massive House Fire by First Responders

Cara Delveingne

Cara Delveingne shared happy news about her two cats following fears that they had died in the horrific fire that destroyed her Los Angeles home.

In her Instagram stories on Friday, the model posted a photo of her cats looking safe and sound in a cat condo. In a caption, she wrote, “They are alive!! Thank you to the firefighters.”

Cara Delevigne's cats rescued from fire

Earlier that day, Cara Delveingne had posted another message that sounded as though the cats had either gone missing or perished in the flames.

Alongside a separate photo of the pets, she wrote, “My heart is broken today… I cannot believe it. Life can change in the blink of an eye. So cherish what you have.”

Cara Delevigne's two cats

Cara also owns a dog, Alfie, and while she did not give an update on him, the LAFD told Page Six earlier on Friday that they did an “extensive search” in and around the home, and there were “no reports of any animals being injured.”

The fire began on Friday morning around 4 am. It took 94 firefighters over two hours to quell the flames. One firefighter went to the hospital “due to an injury,” according to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department. An unnamed occupant also “suffered minor smoke inhalation.”

Cara Delveingne was in London at the time of the fire.

Authorities believe the fire started outside and spread to the attic, and they do not suspect any criminal activity. The burning caused the roof to completely collapse.

The fire remains under investigation.

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