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For more than a 100 years, we've been helping people in our community care for their animals, ensuring a healthy animal population through low-cost, high-quality veterinary services, and reducing overpopulation through education and our Spay/Neuter services. We also provide a variety of education and community awareness programs regarding best practices in training, caring, and having the best relationship possible with one's pets. We are honored to be trusted and appreciated for the services we provide.
On November 8th, our community was suddenly changed forever by the Camp Fire. We are a resilient and compassionate community. We will rebuild. But we will never quite be the same. Butte Humane Society is committed to helping people displaced by the fire to take the best possible care of their pets during this crisis. To that end, we have started our Pet Food and Supply Pantry over at 1356 Longfellow Avenue in Chico. Anyone displaced by the Camp Fire can go and get the pet supplies they need at no cost. We have also begun offering some of our clinic services (microchipping, vaccinations, etc.) at no cost to those displaced. We're also providing veterinary services to injured animals; helping to ensure that people and their pets can be reunited; sheltering and adoption services for those animals whose owners can't be located and helping to create a stronger disaster preparedness plan.
It's a privilege to help our community in this time of crisis. We are committed to making it a little easier for people impacted to not worry about how to keep and care for their pets.