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Animal Evacuations Shelters In Los AngelesAs fires continue to rage across the region, animal evacuation centers are filling up in Los Angeles. Here’s where to take your pets. — In response to ongoing wildfires, the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control has been caring for nearly 175 animals, including dogs and cats and large animals such as horses, llamas and donkeys.Many of the animals are being housed at Pierce College, which is at capacity and not accepting additional animals at this time.
Other sites remain open for Animal Evacuations, as follows:
Horses and other large animals can be brought to the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds at 2551 W. Avenue H, in Lancaster. For details, call (661) 948- 6060.
Dogs, cats and small pets can be brought to these locations:
- Sylmar Recreation Center, 13109 Borden Avenue, in Sylmar;
- West Valley Animal Shelter, 20655 Plummer St., Los Angeles; and
- East Valley Animal Shelter, 14409 Vanowen St., Los Angeles.
Other resources are available. You can find the info on the LAFD and LAPD websites! Make sure your pets have enough medication, food and water! Mobile pet spa is always here to help with animal evacuations!
United Way chapters in both Los Angeles and Ventura counties have established fire relief funds for communities hit by the blazes. Donations can be made online at the links above.
The Red Cross, which is operating multiple evacuation centers in LA County, is accepting donations through its website or by text. To make a contribution, text REDCROSS to 90999.
The Salvation Army, now providing food and supplies to evacuees in Ventura County, is also requesting donations, and can be made online or by phone (1 800 SAL ARMY).
If you’d like to have a better idea of exactly where your contribution is going, both GoFundMe and YouCaring have grouped their crowdfunding campaigns related to the fires.
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles is accepting monetary donations as well as clothing or Christmas presents for those who have lost belongings in the fire.
Source: Animal Evacuation Shelters In Los Angeles | North Hollywood, CA Patch