Concow woman helps reunite animals with owners after Camp Fire

A Concow woman and survivor of the Camp Fire is helping reunite cats with their owners.

Posted: Mar 4, 2019 4:55 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - A Concow woman and survivor of the Camp Fire is helping reunite cats with their owners.

Co-founder of Concow Animal Rescue and Cattery, Robin Clark, is housing 11 cats in her barn that were displaced by the fire. She's reunited 14 cats with their owners through social media and word of mouth.

Clark said she started this rescue group because of community members that reached out for her help.

Clark and her co-partner receive permission from neighbors to visit property's and rescue their cats.

What if I had somebody's cat and we had to ship it away?" she said. "And then that person has to go that much farther to get their cat, and to me that's sad. They shouldn't have to do that. So by keeping it local they don't have to go but up the road a little ways and their cats here." 

Clark and her co-partner receive permission from neighbors to visit property's and rescue their cats.

The majority of supplies Clark has received is donation based. For more information, or to donate, CLICK HERE

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