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Wildfire Response

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Wildfire Response

As wildfires rage in Northern California, the ASPCA has deployed to assist threatened animals, including cats, dogs, birds and livestock.

At the request of the Lake County Animal Care & Control and its animal disaster response team, Lake Evacuation & Animal Protection (LEAP), we are on the ground leading field rescues and assisting local agencies with emergency sheltering for nearly 50 animals displaced by fires in Lake and Mendocino counties.

The wildfires are putting pets and their owners in tremendous risk. The ASPCA will be sheltering displaced animals in our 30-foot disaster-response trailer, made to house animals in such an emergency. LEAP and ASPCA responders will also check area residences for pets and livestock who may have been left behind, as well as conduct wellness checks requested by pet owners to provide food and water for their animals.

Every dollar you give makes a lifesaving difference to helpless animals like these facing desperate situations across the country. Please donate today.

As wildfires rage in Northern California, the ASPCA has deployed to assist threatened animals, including cats, dogs, birds and livestock.

At the request of the Lake County Animal Care & Control and its animal disaster response team, Lake Evacuation & Animal Protection (LEAP), we are on the ground leading field rescues and assisting local agencies with emergency sheltering for nearly 50 animals displaced by fires in Lake and Mendocino counties.

The wildfires are putting pets and their owners in tremendous risk. The ASPCA will be sheltering displaced animals in our 30-foot disaster-response trailer, made to house animals in such an emergency. LEAP and ASPCA responders will also check area residences for pets and livestock who may have been left behind, as well as conduct wellness checks requested by pet owners to provide food and water for their animals.

Every dollar you give makes a lifesaving difference to helpless animals like these facing desperate situations across the country. Please donate today.

As wildfires rage in Northern California, the ASPCA has deployed to assist threatened animals, including cats, dogs, birds and livestock.

At the request of the Lake County Animal Care & Control and its animal disaster response team, Lake Evacuation & Animal Protection (LEAP), we are on the ground leading field rescues and assisting local agencies with emergency sheltering for nearly 50 animals displaced by fires in Lake and Mendocino counties.

The wildfires are putting pets and their owners in tremendous risk. The ASPCA will be sheltering displaced animals in our 30-foot disaster-response trailer, made to house animals in such an emergency. LEAP and ASPCA responders will also check area residences for pets and livestock who may have been left behind, as well as conduct wellness checks requested by pet owners to provide food and water for their animals.

Every dollar you give makes a lifesaving difference to helpless animals like these facing desperate situations across the country. Please donate today.

If you prefer to give by phone please call 1-800-628-0028.

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If you prefer to give by phone please call 1-800-628-0028.