REDDING, Calif. -- It's a story showing how first responders go beyond the call of duty.
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Cal Fire on Saturday posted photos online with the words "after a father informed his daughter that her fish "Grant" was likely dead, both were in for quite a shock when they returned home to a note and well-fed fish!"
Thanks to Cal Fire Engine 1489 and Corning police, "Grant" was eating plenty while his owners were evacuated in Northern California's Carr Fire.
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The Carr Fire, near Redding, has burned over 186,000 acres and is 55 percent contained.
The touching Cal Fire Facebook post also reminded homeowners to have a plan for pets when evacuating.
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Carr Fire evacuees find fish alive, fed by Cal Fire firefighters