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RedRover Responders volunteers are being deployed to provide emergency sheltering for animals displaced by the fires in Northern California. Here is a list of currently available emergency animal shelters and resources in both California and Canada.

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DETWILER FIRE, MARIPOSA COUNTY – ANIMAL AID

Resources for pet owners

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

Social media

Note: Always use caution when posting personal information or using information posted on social networking sites. RedRover cannot vouch for the accuracy or intention of any of the links below.

Facebook:

Twitter:

  • @CALFIRE_PIO
  • Popular hashtags for CA fires: #DetwilerFire, #MariposaCounty, #CALFIRE, #Mariposa

How to help/Donations needed

  • From YourCentralValley.com: To donate, send donations to SPCA of Mariposa County P.O. Box 671 Mariposa, CA 95338 or check their Facebook page for current needs. You can also call Merced County Sheriff or Mariposa County Sheriff, for additional information.

WALL FIRE, BUTTE COUNTY – ANIMAL AID

Resources for pet owners

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

Social media

Note: Always use caution when posting personal information or using information posted on social networking sites. RedRover cannot vouch for the accuracy or intention of any of the links below.

Facebook:

Twitter:

  • @CALFIRE_ButteCo
  • Popular hashtags for CA fires: #WallFire #WhitterFire #StoneFire #AlamoFire #ParkfieldFire #GarzaFire #WinterFire #SchaefferFire

How to help/Donations needed

  • From the Daily Democrat: Cash donations are being asked for the North Valley Animal Disaster Group, 895-0000 or P.O. Box 441, Chico, CA, 95927, which was taking care of animals sheltering, and also for the Salvation Army, which was helping with meals.

WHITTIER FIRE 

Resources for pet owners

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

ALAMO FIRE

Resources for pet owners

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

  • Santa Barbara Animal Services – Residents are instructed to call before bringing any animals to shelter: 805-681-4332.
  • Shelter for small animals – From County of Santa Barbara: Call ahead, but small animals are being taken to Santa Maria Animal Center, 548 W. Foster Rd., Santa Maria.
  • Shelter for large animals – Residents are instructed to call before bringing any animals to shelter: 805-681-4332. Elks Rodeo grounds: 4040 Highway 1, Santa Maria, CA. 
  • RedRover Relief: Financial assistance grants for emergency veterinary care. Applications accepted online.

BRITISH COLUMBIA FIRES – ANIMAL AID

Resources for pet owners

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

From BC’s Emergency Livestock/Animal Evacuation Group Facebook page:

To support residents that have been evacuated, plans have been put into place for livestock and pets.

  • Residents that have been evacuated from the North Thompson area should bring their livestock to the Barriere Fall Fair Grounds.
  • Residents that have been evacuated from the areas around Ashcroft and Cache Creek should bring their livestock to the BC Livestock Producers Co-operative Association yard at 10145 Dallas Drive in Kamloops.
  • If evacuees have household pets that need housing, Canadian Disaster Animal Response Team (CDART) is setting up an animal reception centre at 5 Star Dog Training facility at 340D – 12th Avenue, Kamloops, BC. The reception centre will be open on Saturday evening.
  • Residents that have any questions or require assistance with their livestock or household pets should call the TNRD Emergency Operations Centre at 1-866-377-7188.

Social media

Note: Always use caution when posting personal information or using information posted on social networking sites. RedRover cannot vouch for the accuracy or intention of any of the links below.

  • Popular hashtags for British Columbia fires: #BCwildfires, #BCFires

(Last updated 7/10/17, 11:00 am Pacific)