97-year-old Woolsey Fire survivor, four-legged best friend find new home

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After losing everything in the Woolsey Fire and desperately looking for a new place to stay, a 97-year-old woman and her four-legged best friend have found a home.

After losing everything in the Woolsey Fire and desperately looking for a new place to stay, a 97-year-old woman and her four-legged best friend have found a home.

Ruth Cook and her dog Maggie are now living at a senior living facility in Camarillo.

Cook lost her entire home, clothes and even her hearing aids in the wildfire that tore through parts of Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

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A 97-year-old woman and her dog Maggie survived the deadly Woolsey Fire, but they lost everything else and are looking for a place to go.


Finding a place to relocate was tough because a lot of places wouldn't take pets.

The Red Cross and other evacuees scrambled to find them a home and succeeded.
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