Bay Area animal rescue organizations are scurrying to find help for pets affected by the North Bay Wildfires.
UPDATE: The Humane Society Silicone Valley Needs Your Help!
They need to find homes for the following:
15 dogs, 20 cats and 2 Guinea Pigs but have no available space! If you are available to foster any of these pets please reach about immediately! They will be working on housing these pets through the night.
408-262-2133 ext. 186
The San Francisco SPCA is asking for help with clearing the shelter to help make room for displaced or rescued pets. You can get info on adopting here.
Wildfire Update: We’re taking in animals from Sonoma and Marin, to help make room in those shelters for pets who are displaced or rescued. We need to make space – the more empty cages we have, the more animals we can save. Please help us! If you’ve been thinking about adopting, now is the time. We especially need to make room for more cats and kittens. www.sfspca.org/adoptions #NorthBayFires
Long running animal rescue group, Milo Foundation has set up a site to help the 200 animals they had to evacuate from Willits. They are looking for people who live in safe locations to open their homes to dogs and cats affected by the fire. For more info click here
Marin Humane is looking for financial support to cover the cost of care for the animals they are boarding free of charge for evacuees.