P-64, also known as the "Culvert Cat," was found with visibly burned paws.
Butte County Sheriff-Coroner Kory L. Honea warned that the list of missing persons is "dynamic" and could fluctuate.
A sheriff warned that the list may "fluctuate both up and down" and may contain duplicate names.
The Camp fire is also the most destructive wildfire ever in California.
In one of many makeshift shelters, three residents fleeing the Woolsey fire in Southern California shared a small room with two cats, two dogs and two guinea pigs.
At least 42 people are dead and over 200 missing in the Camp fire, the deadliest in the state’s history.