A more than 100 year old home on Greenly Street in Adrian is likely a total loss after a Sunday morning fire.
Fire officials say the call cam in shortly after 10 a.m. They were able to get the blaze under control in around 90 minutes, but not before the home was severely damaged.
It appears the fire started in the kitchen, then spread to the attic inside the walls. No one was home at the time and the house was locked.
Firefighters forced their way and found that four pets were inside the home. Two cats escaped without injury, but one dog was badly burned and another dog died.
The Fire Cheif says the house sustained $50,000 to $60,000 worth of damage, which will likely exceed the poperty value of the home.
The fire is not considered suspicious.