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Haven Humane Society takes in evacuated animals

Hundreds of animals evacuated with their owners as the Zogg Fire raced across Shasta and Tehama counties.

Posted: Sep 29, 2020 6:07 PM

REDDING, Calif. - Hundreds of animals evacuated with their owners as the Zogg Fire raced across Shasta and Tehama counties.

The Haven Human Society is housing small animals, like cats and dogs that have been evacuated from the Zogg Fire.

So far, the shelter took in over a dozen animals the fled the fire. Haven Humane also treated three cats that suffered burns. The night the fire broke out, the shelter also managed to evacuate some horses.

“We're happy to house them, feed them, water them, and take care of them until they're able to get back into their homes or in some people's cases find someplace to live,” said Haleigh Pike with Haven Human Society.

Haven Humane is also helping the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office animal control division.
By feeding animals that are still in the fire zone.

The Haven Humane Society is also in need of hay to help keep animals behind the fire line fed. People who want to donate bales of hay can drop them off at Haven Humane. The shelter does ask that you check-in with them at the front.

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