Our hearts are with all the people and animals impacted by the present wildfires. Here is a list of currently available animal emergency shelters and resources for evacuees in the Western United States.
Know of a resource or shelter to add to this list? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note that these resources have been gathered from public sources. If you are planning to shelter at one of these sites with your animals, please verify that it is open and accepting animals as conditions may have changed.
Pet-friendly lodging resources*:
*Contact these resources directly for current availability and COVID-19 conditions.
The Red Cross Emergency app can help keep you and your loved ones safe with real-time alerts, shelter locations and safety advice on wildfires. The Red Cross First Aid app provides instant access to information on handling the most common first aid emergencies. Download these apps for free by searching for “American Red Cross” in your app store or at redcross.org/apps.
For those evacuating pets, large and small, the American Red Cross recommends keeping current photos of you with your pet in the event the animal gets lost, and holding onto information about feeding schedules, medical conditions, behavior issues and the name and number of a veterinarian.
A Napa CART volunteer will contact you.
Animal evacuation sites have been set up at Cottonwood Rodeo Grounds for large animals and Haven Humane for small animals. Call SHASCOM at 245-6540 for assistance contacting these sites tonight.
For Butte County residents, fire information is available at 530-538-7826.
(Last updated 10/22/2020, 3:08 pm Pacific)