We want to introduce you to the humans at ARF in Walnut Creek, who have kindly transported us from our smoke-filled home to a new place where we can be taken care of, treated for health issues, and hopefully be adopted by someone wonderful in the Bay Area!
Can you lend a helping hand (or paw?)
If you want more information, our friend Lyanne Melendez did a story on ARF and all the great work they're doing.
Some of us will be up for adoption as soon as Wednesday, but you can look us up on ARF's website here.
In response to the devastating wildfires in Shasta County, Tri Counties Bank has created a verified GoFundMe campaign to help those impacted by the fires. Click here if you'd like to help.
Get the latest on the Carr Fire here, the Complex Fire here and the latest on wildfires across California here.
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