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California Communities Rally to Save Animals Caught in Wildfires – by CNN Wire
Hundreds of animals displaced
On Friday evening, Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control was sheltering a total of 815 rescued animals displaced by the Woolsey and Hill fires in Ventura County, according to Allison Cardona, Deputy Director of South County operations. Of those, 550 were horses.
In Northern California, a volunteer-run rescue group set up a temporary shelter at Butte County’s Chico Airport to take in animals displaced by the Camp fire.
The North Valley Animal Disaster Group works with local law enforcement to take in rescued animals, and says it has received over 5,000 calls to its hotline since the Camp fire started on November 8.
The group says it is currently caring for over 1,400 animals — including an alpaca, turkey, reptiles, ducks, rabbits and more. One of their own volunteers, Sandy Doolittle, lost her home in the wildfire, but continues to help reunite families with their pets. Please Join in Helping Animals DONATE Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control
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