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Cara Delevingne announces cats survived devastating house fire after cryptic post: ‘They are alive!!’

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Cara Delevingne announced that her cats were “alive” after a devastating fire destroyed her home early Friday morning.

“They are alive!!” she wrote on her Instagram Stories alongside a photo of the two felines in the afternoon.

“Thank you to the firefighters ❤️.”

Cara Delevingne leaving the Playhouse Theatre
Cara Delevingne announced on social media that her cats were found “alive” after a fire engulfed her home. TheImageDirect.com
Cara Delevingne's cats.
“They are alive!!” she wrote on her Instagram Stories alongside a photo of the two felines Friday afternoon. “Thank you to the firefighters ❤️.” caradelevingne/Instagram

The update on the model’s pets came hours after she shared a cryptic message that led many to believe that cats were missing or had died.

“My heart is broken today… I cannot believe it. Life can change in the blink of an eye,” the 31-year-old wrote alongside a photo of her cats. “So cherish what you have.”

Page Six confirmed that Delevingne’s $7 million two-story Los Angeles mansion was engulfed in flames Friday morning.

Cara Delevingne's house fire.
Page Six confirmed that the model’s $7 million two-story Los Angeles mansion was engulfed in flames Friday morning. London Entertainment for NY Post
Firefighters at Cara Delevingne's house fire.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department told us they discovered a “heavy fire” had started around the back of the property and had “consumed one of the rooms.” London Entertainment for NY Post

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department told us they discovered a “heavy fire” had started around the back of the property and had “consumed one of the rooms.”

The massive fire — which we’re told appeared to have started on the outside of the house — took 94 firefighters more than two hours to put out. As a result of the heavy burning, the roof of the home collapsed.


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“One firefighter was transported to the hospital due to an injury and one occupant suffered minor smoke inhalation,” the spokesperson added.

“All occupants were out of the home” at the time, the spokesperson added.

Cara Delevingne making her stage debut.
The “Suicide Squad” star was not home during the fire. She is currently in London playing the role of Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” at the Playhouse Theater. SplashNews.com
Cara Delevingne's cats.
The update on her pets came hours after she suggested in a cryptic post that cats were missing in the fire or had died. Cara Delevingne/Instagram

An LAFD officer said there is “nothing to suggest that it was criminal activity.”

Earlier, an LAFD spokesperson told Page Six that they had “no reports of any Animals being injured” and “did not find any that were injured” after they conducted an “extensive search” of the premises.

Delevingne was not present at the time of the fire, as she is currently overseas in London, England, playing the role of Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” at the Playhouse Theater.

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