Poor pussy runs from flames in Reseda townhome blaze

A fire damaged a townhome within a 56-unit complex Friday morning in Reseda, but no one was injured. Photo via OnScene.TV.

It took almost 100 firefighters to battle a townhome blaze in a 56-unit complex Friday morning in Reseda.

While there were no injuries, a pet cat ran from the flames and was being sought by its owners.

There were 92 firefighters who worked for 28 minutes to put out the blaze that was reported at 3:44 a.m. at 19545 Sherman Way, said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The fire was confined to the second floor of the 1,500-square foot residence, which is at the rear of the complex, according to Humphrey.

One pet cat from the household was seen fleeing the fire and is unaccounted for, Humphrey said.

The cause of the fire was under investigation and the loss was being tabulated.

It wasn’t immediately clear if the home’s residents have been displaced.

—City News Service