PARADISE, Butte County (CBS SF / AP) — A Butte County family has been reunited with their cat after it stayed behind during the deadly Camp Fire last month that leveled their home.

Courtney Werblow and her family returned to her parents’ burned home in Paradise over the weekend and found their beloved cat, Timber, standing near the ruins.

READ MORE: One Dead In Crash, Fire Involving Big-Rig On Eastbound Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

Werblow recorded a video of the emotional moment when she spots the beige cat with a brown face looking at them from a distance.

Timber the cat was found on December 8, 2018, one month after the Camp Fire tore through the town of Paradise. (Courtney Werblow/YouTube)

Timber the cat was found on December 8, 2018, one month after the Camp Fire tore through the town of Paradise. (Courtney Werblow/YouTube)

READ MORE: COVID: Marin County Begins Easing Rules As Omicron Surge Likely Peaking

She starts to cry as she calls Timber for a bowl of cat food.

After some hesitation, Timber walks over to Werblow, who exclaims in tears “You made it! You made it!”

Werblow tells a Sacramento news station it was a much-needed moment of hope for her family and parents who lost everything in the fire.

MORE NEWS: 49ers Playoffs: Health Expert Urges Safety For NFC Championship Gatherings

© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.