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Thousands of Cats Still Displaced

Thousands of Cats Still Displaced from the Camp Fire.

Posted: Fri Jan 11 17:48:29 PST 2019
Updated: Fri Jan 11 17:48:29 PST 2019

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debbie there are still thousands of cats displaced from the camp fire and many of them are located at a shelter in marysville. vo the alley cats allies recovery center is working to reunite cats with their owners. all of the cats are coming from fire zones in paradise and surrounding areas. over two hundred cats have already been reunited sot there is a recovery center where there are technicians there assessing them, and we hold them there until the owners where the family can come and be reunited, but we also have an incredible network, we have driven cats to their home hours away vo if you are still looking to find your cat... you can call the number on the screen. the alley cat allies recovery number on the screen. the alley cat allies recovery center is located on 6-20 ninth street in marysville and is open 9
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