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.

Resources for pet owners

Know of a resource or shelter to add to this list? Please email us at info@redrover.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.

CDC – COVID-19 Guidelines for Pet Owners

Veterinary Care:

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.

Resources by region:


Boulder Valley

  • Small Animals:
    • Humane Society of Boulder Valley – 2323 55th St, Boulder, CO 80301
      • HSBV is accepting evacuated companion animals in need of shelter due to the wildfires in our community.
      • Pet food and supplies are also available at HSBV for families in need.
      • Call 303-442-4030 with questions.
  • Livestock (horses, cows, sheep, chickens, pigs, etc.)
    • Shelter is available at the Boulder County Fairgrounds – 9595 Nelson Road in Longmont

Larimer County

  • Larimer County Humane Society –  3501 E 71st Street Loveland, CO 80538.  
    • If you are needing to evacuate due to the Cameron Peak Fire we can provide temporary housing and/or transportation for small animals including companion animals, small mammals, and small farm animals as space allows.  Please call 970-226-3647 ext 7 if you are in need of assistance. 
    • If you need companion animals retrieved from your property, call Larimer Humane Society dispatch at (970) 226-3647 ext. 7 to provide contact information and description of animals.
    • If you need one-time assistance to provide water for companion animals still on your property (contingent upon safety and approval from Emergency Services to do so), call Larimer Humane Society dispatch at (970) 226-3647 ext. 7 to provide contact information and description of the animals.  
  • Large animal assistance – please contact Troy Badberg at Larimer County Emergency Management at 970-443-3231.


GLASS INCIDENT – Napa and Sonoma Counties

East Bay SPCA has offered to board dogs and cats evacuated from the Glass Fire. They are located at 8323 Baldwin St. Oakland, CA 94621.
  • They prefer to take animals in by appointment, if possible. To make an appointment, the public can either email shelterleadership@eastbayspca.org or call 510-563-4627.


  • Evacuation assistance
    • If you are requesting assistance evacuating from a mandatory evacuation zone, call Napa Community Animal Response Team (NAPA CART) at 707-732-1555.
  • Large Animal Shelters:
    • Napa Valley Horsemen’s Association – 1200 Foster Rd, Napa, CA 94558
      • Call with ETA 707-732-1555
      • Bring feed
    • If evacuating North/West through Sonoma County:
      • Sonoma Community Animal Response Team (Sonoma CART) Large Animal Shelter
        • Sonoma Horse Park – 7600 Lakeville Highway, Petaluma, CA 94954
        • Call or text ahead: 707-861-0699
  • Small Animal Shelter:
    • Napa County Animal Services – 942 Hartle Ct., Napa, CA 94558
      • Call 707-253-4382
  • For animals left behind:
    • Email info@napacart.org with:
      • Contact information
      • Address
      • Description of animals left behind–numbers and species.

A Napa CART volunteer will contact you.


  • Large Animal Shelters:
  • Small Animal Shelter:
    • (same as above section) Napa County Animal Services – 942 Hartle Ct., Napa, CA 94558
      • Call 707-253-4382

ZOGG FIRE – Shasta County

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.

NORTH COMPLEX FIRE (Bear Fire) – Butte, Plumas and Yuba Counties

For Butte County residents, fire information is available at 530-538-7826.

  • Butte County Animal Shelters
    • Animal Sheltering Hotline: North Valley Animal Disaster Group 530- 895-0000
    • Small animals:
      • 521 Oak Road in Oroville. This location is accepting animals from 8am to 8pm.
      • Butte County Fairgrounds: 199 E Hazel St, Gridley, CA 95948
    • Large animals:
      • Durham Community Park is open for evacuees with bathrooms and a horse arena for large animals. People are asked to tie animals to the gate. 
      • Camelot Equestrian Park, 1985 Clark Road, Paradise. Do not leave animals in barns, put them in the pastures. The shelter closes at 8pm and will reopen at 7:30am and no animals will be accepted when closed.
      • NorCal Livestock Evacuation – Dispatch Line: 707-234-7193
  • Plumas County
    • Small animals can be taken to Plumas County Animal Services, 201 N Mill Creek Rd, Quincy, CA 95971
    • Large animals can be taken to the Plumas County Fairgrounds, 204 Fairground Rd., Quincy, CA 95971
      • Call 530-283-3673 or 530-283-6300 for more information and to confirm availability.
  • Yuba County
    • Small Animals: Yuba County Fairgrounds, 442 Franklin Ave. Yuba City, Chico
    • Large Animals: Yuba County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse Arena 5396 Marysville Rd., Brownsville, CA
    • Wildlife Disaster Network. If you discover any injured wildlife contact the veterinarians on call with the Wildlife Disaster Network at (800) 942-6459.

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Pierce County

  • Frontier Park (21718 Meridian E, Graham, WA 98338) is available and serving as a temporary shelter for livestock and livestock owners affected by the recent Graham fires. Please call if you have questions about availability or additional emergency services (253)761-6564.

Yakima County

  • Central Washington State Fair – 1301 S Fair Ave, Yakima, Washington 98901. State Fair Park is allowing the storage of large animals and RV’s.

(Last updated 10/22/2020, 3:08 pm Pacific)