Fire evacuees encouraged to plan for care of sheltered animals

posted over 2 years ago by Tvsend from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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As of Sunday, November 25, 2018, 1,601 animals are being housed at four different shelter locations in Butte County by the Butte County Animal Control, North Valley Animal Disaster Group, and the Humane Society of the United States. These animal shelters are temporary locations and are not set up for…

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CAT FOOD DONATIONS

posted over 2 years ago by zorriah from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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Non-Profit NO-KILL CAT SHELTER- Offering food donations for cats from the Campfire in Butte County

Click here for more information

Animal Shelter Status

posted over 2 years ago by jrshepherd from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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Old County Hospital in Oroville is full with 570 small animals.

Butte County/Gridley Fairgrounds is not full yet with 483 both large and small animals.

Chico airport is not full yet with 882 small animals.

Yuba Sutter Fairgrounds is not full yet with 51 dogs (both large and small animals…

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#CampFire Resources- Google Doc List

posted over 2 years ago by jrshepherd from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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Combined list of many of the place to find help, food, supplies, shelter, pets, and loved ones:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MPwNz0Jin1BIzNazeOLzbcKrPEClwd_EiK4o9tUJJ1s/edit?usp=sharing

Click here to see Combined list Google Doc