OROVILLE, Calif. - A Facebook group called “Cowboy 911,” that has been saving animals displaced by the 100,000+ acre Camp Fire, are asking the public for help.
Volunteers have been working since the fire erupted Nov. 8, and they say they have rescued thousands of animals, small and big, but they say they need an abundant amount of aid.
They have gathered lots of food and taken those animals to local shelters, according to Nate Wilkinson, a member of Cowboy 911.
“We need all the help we can get. We need feed. We need qualified individuals with logistical support with hauling equipment with hauling feed. And we need qualified hands to help us. We still have animals we haven’t found yet,” Wilkinson said.
If you would like to help out call (530)-514-7699 or reach the group on Facebook at “Cowboy 411.”
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