Camp Fire Animal Shelters: Reunification Information

Here's everything you need to know about the reunification process with animals displaced by the Camp Fire.

Posted: Dec 14, 2018 2:44 PM
Updated: Jan 3, 2019 3:30 PM

Various shelters have been set up throughout Butte County to house animals displaced by the Camp Fire, however, the target date to close these shelters and transition the animals into long-term sheltering is Jan. 4

There is a hotline set up for those seeking information on the reunification process. 

Shelter Hotline and Reunification Specialists: (530) 895-0000.
The hotline is open daily from 8 am to 4:30 pm.

Beginning on Dec.18, animals without identified owners will be micro-chipped and transferred to smaller animal shelters where they can receive more individual attention and housed for at least an additional 30 days.

These animals will remain listed on the NVADG lost animals website. To view the website, CLICK HERE

Butte County Animal Shelters:

Oroville: Small Animal Shelter | Old County Hospital
2279 Del Oro and Mono in Oroville, CA.
Richvale: Small Animal Shelter | Human Society of The United States
1210 Richvale Highway, in Richvale, CA.
Gridley: Large Animal Shelter | Butte County Fairgrounds
199 E. Hazel Street, in Gridley CA.

For more information on the reunification process, CLICK HERE

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