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Shelter pets evacuated from Kincade Fire are ready for adoption

Sacramento SPCA took in dozens of available pets forced to evacuate shelters in the Kincade Fire zone.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Dozens of pets are available for adoption at Sacramento SPCA after they were evacuated from Sonoma County shelters. 

The cats and dogs were already available for adoption, so there's no risk the pets are missing from families displaced by the Kincade Fire. 

Sacramento SPCA took in 20 dogs and 22 cats and kittens from North Bay Animal Services and the Humane Society of Sonoma County. 

See some of the available pets

SANTA ROSA, Calif - Firefighters battled destructive wildfires north of San Francisco and in western neighborhoods of Los Angeles on Monday, trying to beat back flames that forced thousands to flee their homes.
Cal Fire is providing an update on the Kincade Fire burning in Sonom... a County. The Kincade Fire, which has been burning since Wednesday, has grown to 66,231 acres, destroyed 94 buildings and threatens 80,000 buildings, including parts of Santa Rosa. https://www.abc10.com/.../103-f8b26ee3-d1...


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