ROCKLIN (CBS13) – A two-year-old cat that survived more than 100 days in Butte County’s Camp Fire zone is being reunited with his family.

“Dexter” was found just a mile away from where his home was burned to the ground in the Camp Fire.

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Dexter being cared for after he was rescued from the Camp Fire zone. (Credit: Humane Network)

Dexter being cared for after he was rescued from the Camp Fire zone. (Credit: Humane Network)

Rescue teams with the Humane Network took him in and called his family, who had moved to Missouri after the fire.

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They weren’t able to find him before they left with their three other cats – and were shocked to hear little Dexter had survived.

Dexter will be put on a plane to Missouri soon.

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In the meantime, Dexter is hanging out at a foster home in Rocklin.