Santa Cruz County helping pets evacuated from the fires

The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter has reached out to help pets in need evacuated due to the fires. The shelter has plenty of food, cat litter, litter boxes and animal crates for those in need of immediate help for their pets. The shelter, located at 1001 Rodriguez Street will even leave supplies outside after hours.

Over 930,000 acres have burned so far in Northern and Central California; an area larger than the land in Rhode Island. Less than 5% of the fire has been contained. A third fire has also grown in rural areas in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties.

“During this unprecedented fire, our friends at Santa Cruz County Equine Evacuation Unit continue to evacuate horses and other livestock to the Watsonville Fairgrounds. With their help, dedication and assistance hundreds of horses and other animals have been rescued. Today we delivered hay to the evacuated horses at the Watsonville Fairgrounds, as well as rabbit and pig food. We appreciate and commend this volunteer group for their selfless commitment to saving animals.

To help or to learn more about volunteering with them: https://www.equineevac.org

Dogs have been safely housed during these tragic times. Volunteers and staff were able to walk and exercise the dogs regularly. After three days, the family of three dogs arrived and were ecstatic to be reunited with their pets.

At this time we do not need any more volunteers, foster families, or dog and cat food. If you would like to make a donation to support the disaster relief efforts, please visit our website at www.scanimalshelter.org!

And at the Napa County Sheriff’s Office, our heroes never stop amazing us with their compassion. Little goats left behind and hungry weren’t overlooked. More graham crackers please!

Napa County Sheriff’s Office
“No Kidding, The Little Guy Was Hungry

Some little goats were left behind after the owner’s house was destroyed in a fire. Our deputy realized they were hungry, so he shared his lunch with the goats. One of them loves graham crackers.”

Check out the video:

Deputy Shares Lunch With A Kid

No Kidding, The Little Guy Was HungrySome little goats were left behind after the owner's house was destroyed in a fire. Our deputy realized they were hungry, so he shared his lunch with the goats. One of them loves graham crackers.

Posted by Napa County Sheriff's Office on Friday, August 21, 2020

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