Saving Animals from California's Bay Area Wildfire.

Updated: Sep 25

Update: 9.25.2020 The rescue and care is far from over. American Red Lion continues to work with groups caring for the pets that have been rescued and burned in addition to help supply the free pet product pantry to support displaced families. Please visit our website to view more pictures of some of the cats rescued and being cared for. Your donations will be used directly to support these animals in crisis as well as for pet food. Please can you rush a donation today?



Update: 9.14.2020: We are working directly with groups who are taking in more animals than expected. Please we need your help today to provide rescue and care for these pets affected by wildfires along the west coast. Funds raised will go directly towards helping the burned animals in the fires. Please can you help today?

Update: 9.10.2020: Last night, the Northern California Bear Fire exploded near Oroville in Butte County. 250,000 Acres are destroyed. We are ramping up to help people prepare for animal care and to support those that are evacuated. We are also working with groups caring for some of the burned cats that had been rescued. There is free pet product pantry to support displaced families. The Pet Pantry has become mobile in response to the COVID situation and still provides free services to the nearby communities. Donations will be used to support animals in crisis as well as for pet food. Thank you!



The CZU August Lightning Complex of fires burning in southern San Mateo County and northern Santa Cruz County expanded to 63,000 acres overnight and was 5 percent contained Saturday morning, according to Cal Fire.

An estimated 77,000 residents of the area have been evacuated due to the fires, and as they scramble for housing, their pets and livestock are temporarily homeless as well. Because of the intensity of the fire and the speed many people were taken by surprise and evacuation has been difficult, treacherous and once again animals abandoned. Large-animal evacuation centers have been set up to prevent horse deaths. People have been encouraged to release their animals from confinement so they have a chance to escape. Rescuers will be waiting to rescue and provide medical care for the abandoned and wandering homeless animals that will need unfathomable medical care from burns as well as food and shelter. Please help us with a donation if you can. The CZU August Lightning Complex of fires burning in southern San Mateo County and northern Santa Cruz County expanded to 63,000 acres overnight and was 5 percent contained Saturday morning, according to Cal Fire.

An estimated 77,000 residents of the area have been evacuated due to the fires, and as they scramble for housing, their pets and livestock are temporarily homeless as well. Because of the intensity of the fire and the speed many people were taken by surprise and evacuation has been difficult, treacherous and once again animals abandoned. Large-animal evacuation centers have been set up to prevent horse deaths. People have been encouraged to release their animals from confinement so they have a chance to escape. Rescuers will be waiting to rescue and provide medical care for the abandoned and wandering homeless animals that will need unfathomable medical care from burns as well as food and shelter. Please help us with a donation if you can.











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