Napa County Animal Shelter becomes safe haven for pets during raging wildfires

NAPA, Calif. (KGO) -- Many people have been donating food to the Napa County Animal Shelter to help pets in need as wildfires rage through the North Bay, leaving many without homes.

Most of the animals were brought in by their owners after residents were ordered to evacuate their homes.

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The shelter has two satellite locations set up with the Red Cross where people who were forced to evacuate can also shelter their animals at the same facility.

The shelter needs volunteers, and more food, blanket and bedding.

You can drop off donations at the shelter located at Hartle Court in Napa or call them for information at (707) 253-4382.

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