Kinship Circle: Animals Need Aid As Calif. Fires Subside

October 28th, 2007 10:41 am by Kelly Garbato

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From: Kinship Circle – kinshipcircle [at] accessus.net
Date: Oct 27, 2007 1:37 PM
Subject: Animals Need Aid As Calif. Fires Subside

KINSHIP CIRCLE ANIMAL DISASTER RELIEF
PERMISSION TO CROSS-POST AS WRITTEN

RELIEF GLOBAL
10/27/07: Animals Still Need Aid As Calif. Fires Subside

KINSHIP CIRCLE’S DISASTER VICTIMS SITE:
http://www.kinshipcircle.org/disasters/

For full Kinship Circle Directory – Saving Animals In CA Wildfires, email your request to: kinshipcircle [at] accessus.net

IN THIS ALERT:

1. 20,000 Bags Of Ice For Any Animal Shelter Or Staging Site
2. Escondido Humane Has 600+ Evacuated Animals. Help Needed.
3. Tragedy At Gentle Barn – Need 200 Bales Of Hay NOW
4. Evacuated Horses Need HAY NOW + Other Supplies
5. San Diego Pit Bull Rescuer Needs Aid For Vet Bills
6. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
7. WILDLIFE: Displaced Birds, Pets, Wildlife Welcome At Center
8. WILDLIFE: Help Wild Animals Harmed/Displaced by Calif. Fires
9. UAN Grants For Fire Victims To Get Vet Care, Boarding…
10. PetFinder.Com Sets Up Call Center For Fire-Displaced
11. Dealing With Animals: What Fire Victims Need To Know

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PHOTO: Photo By Dana Rene Bowler/Staff Photographer. John Tarasi of Malibu holds his neighbors cat, Willow, after finding out the fire was nearing his house on the 22,000 block of the Pacific Coast Highway. Fires broke out in the area due to dry conditions and Santa Ana winds.
http://www.venturacountystar.com

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1. 20,000 Bags Of Ice For Any Animal Shelter Or Staging Site

DATE: 10/26/07
FROM: Martin St. John, MuttShack

20,000 pounds of ice for any animal shelter or staging site that needs it.
CONTACT MARTIN ST. JOHN, MUTTSHACK, ASAP:
866-718-1001, ext. 109, amanda [at] muttshack.org

MuttShack has been working on the scene at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium, where among the 250,000 people forced from homes, an estimated 10,000 evacuees took shelter — many with companion animals.

Qualcomm is now closed, as more fires are contained. MuttShack’s Martin St. John phoned Kinship Circle with a unique request: He has 20,000 bags of ice stored in a refrigerated truck. The truck needs to be returned…and SOMEONE must need the ice! Fellow disaster aid networkers, please put the word out:

20,000 pounds of ice for any animal shelter or staging site that needs it.
CONTACT MARTIN ST. JOHN, MUTTSHACK, ASAP:
866-718-1001, ext. 109, amanda [at] muttshack.org

MuttShack is now working with Escondido Humane Society (see item #2 BELOW) to find foster homes for evacuated animals and surrenders already sheltered there. With 1800 displaced people, a second wave of surrenders is anticipated over the next several weeks.

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2. Escondido Humane Has 600+ Evacuated Animals. Help Needed.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
ESCONDIDO HUMANE SOCIETY
3450 East Valley Parkway * Escondido, CA 92027 * 760-888 – BARK
http://www.escondidohumanesociety.org/ehs_070.htm
We are sheltering over 600 animals here, many of them displaced and homeless from the fires in Escondido, Poway, San Marcos, Valley Center. The National Guard barricade has been removed. We now have the ability to freely accept volunteers, supplies, and donors and get the help that the animals need. Our Adoption and Educational Center remains closed and is converted to emergency operations to care for the influx of animals affected by the firestorm.

Though the fires have slightly subsided and the immediate evacuation threat has been removed, today was just as trying a day as ever… As people are allowed back into burned areas, more animals who desperately need help are being found — especially the ones who are not so lucky to have been evacuated. We need support to our Fire Fund, so we can give these animals the veterinary care (and much more) that they need.

Escondido Humane Society is calling for SUPPLIES, VOLUNTEERS, DONATIONS.
Director of Volunteer Services: volunteer [at] escondidohumanesociety.org * 760-888-2270

DONATE TO FIRE FUND:
BY MAIL – Escondido Humane Society
3450 East Valley Parkway, Escondido, CA, 92027
Designate “Fire Fund” on the memo line or include a note letting us know you’d like to help animals affected by the fires.
BY PHONE – Call donation hotline at 760-888-2240 to make a secure, tax-deductible gift
ONLINE – http://www.justgive.org/nonprofits/donate.jsp?ein=95-1661662

SUPPLIES NEEDED AT ESCONDIDO HUMANE:
– crates
– paper towels and bath towels
– litter, small litter pans
– canned cat and dog food
– cat and dog treats
– slip leads
– trash bags and trashcans with lids
– gallon jugs of water
– puppy pee pads
– bowls (disposable and metal)
– cat and dog toys

DIRECTIONS TO ESCONDIDO HUMANE SOCIETY:
From Valley Parkway driving east:
Turn left at Washington Ave (where National Guard road block currently located)
Turn right at Kaile, second street after Washington (residential street)
Drive around the road block * Turn immediately right on Jack’s Creek
Jack’s Creek curves to the left
The first stop sign is Beven Drive
Drive around road block crossing Beven Drive, continue down road to humane society on right

From Washington Avenue driving from north Escondido:
Driving on Washington Avenue, two blocks (approx) BEFORE East Valley Parkway, turn left on Kaile (residential street)
Drive around the road block * Turn immediately right on Jack’s Creek * Jack’s Creek curves to the left
The first stop sign is Beven Drive
Drive around road block crossing Beven Drive and continue down road to humane society on right

DONATED SUPPLIES MAY ALSO GO TO ESCONDIDO HUMANE SOCIETY RESALE SHOPPE:
Escondido Humane Society Resale Shoppe, 760-233-1569
1131 East Washington Avenue, Suite E
In Escondido (located at corner of Ash in Round Table Pizza strip mall)

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PHOTO: Adoption Center at Escondido Humane Society is closed and converted to an emergency center for animals abandoned or displaced by fires.

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PHOTO: Some of the smallest victims of the firestorm. These puppies, along with their mother, were surrendered to our care on Friday by a tearful family who lost everything in the fire.

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3. Tragedy At Gentle Barn – Need 200 Bales Of Hay NOW

http://www.gentlebarn.org/ * http://www.cacares.stirsite.com/page/page/5143255.htm

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY
GENTLE BARN – Acton, California
CONTACT: fullcustomic [at] yahoo.com * 661-600-2132 * http://www.gentlebarn.org
10/27/07, from “Ha Adolfo” Fullcustom IC, fullcustomic [at] yahoo.com —
We need your help to get 200 bales of hay for Gentle Barn. Gentle Barn, in Acton, had a major fire. It’s high desert area, north of Santa Clarita, Agua Dulce, Southern Calif. They have enough hay to feed animals till Sunday night (barely). They were evacuated to Animal Acres and then evacuated a second time. They just got back to their shelter today (Friday, 10/26).

BUY/DELIVER HAY FOR GENTLE BARN:
Call Mueller Hay Company: 661-251-1594
15706 Sierra Hwy * Saugus, CA 91390
Reference: The Gentle Barn
The store WILL DELIVER HAY to Gentle Barn.
– Gentle Barn needs150 bales of BERMUDA hay
– Gentle Barn needs 50 bales of Alfalfa hay.

The Gentle Barn Foundation is home to sixty animals rescued from abuse. The Gentle Barn is host to abused children, kids recovering from substance abuse, kids on probation, foster kids and children and adults with mental, emotional and physical challenges. Through the interaction with animals the kids learn forgiveness, courage, strength, leadership skills, trust, empathy
and kindness… http://www.gentlebarn.org/

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4. Evacuated Horses Need HAY NOW + Other Supplies

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PHOTO: By James Glover II/Staff Photographer – A thoroughbred named Montimiero runs in it’s pin as fire burns on the 6,000 acre Rancho Temescal in Piru on October 23, 2007. Minutes later the horse was removed and taken to the main stables away from the fire.
http://www.venturacountystar.com

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
RANCHES IN TIJUANA RIVER VALLEY – Imperial Beach/Nestor/San Ysidro Areas

REPLY TO: Maria, vaquera [at] san.rr.com
10/25/07, Forwarded by Kat5 Animal Rescue, kat5animalrescue [at] yahoo.com —
Ranches in the Tijuana River Valley (Imperial Beach/Nestor/San Ysidro area of San Diego County) have taken in some 350 evacuated horses. Hundreds more could be displaced by the fires at any time, and we are prepared to take them in as well, but are facing a hay shortage. Truckloads of hay coming from the Imperial Valley have been unable to get through this week, and several area feed stores have burned in the fires. The ranch where I work (Sun Coast Farms at 2550 Monument Rd) is going through 50+ bales a day…there are a dozen other ranches in the area in the same boat.

As of today, our ranch had about enough for another day. Other ranches in the area will be out by morning. A bare minimum of 10# of feed a day is necessary to sustain a horse…so at $14, 130# bail will sparingly feed 13 horses for one day. With 350 evacuees, on top of hundreds of horses that were already in the valley, WE NEED HAY!!!!!

HAY DESEPERATELY NEEDED:
– Bales of Bermuda and Alfalfa Hay
– Funds to purchase hay

DONATE FOR HAY PURCHASE:
Maria Siebrand * P.O. Box 181472 * Coronado, CA 92178
DONATIONS via PayPal payment to vaquera [at] san.rr.com
The credit card statement will reflect payment to MK Online Classifieds.

DELIVER HAY TO:
Sun Coast Farms * 2550 Monument Rd * San Ysidro, CA 92154

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SAN DIEGO COUNTY
HAY DONATIONS NEEDED FOR 100 HORSES LEFT IN EVACUATED RAMONA

REPLY TO: Marsha, devildogranch [at] ca.rr.com

I’ve been asked to help coordinate a drop-off/transport of hay donations for horses left behind in evacuated Ramona The horses ran out of hay earlier today and the water supply is being cut off. The situation is dire.

DONATE FOR HAY PURCHASE:
http://www.tibetanmastiff.org
Go to rescue, then PayPal and note: “For Ramona Horses”
All donations are tax deductible!

BUY/DELIVER HAY TO:
To buy Bermuda hay locally for delivery to Lake View Terrace drop-off, call:
Chris at East Valley Feed & Tack: 818-352-4594
Pay via credit card or stop in: 11084 Sheldon, Sun Valley

LOCAL HAY DROP-OFF POINT:
Bri McCullough, 818-303-6865
10161 Foothill Blvd. * Lakeview Terrace 91342
DIRECTIONS: Foothill to Esko, Esko to Jiminez, Right at Dominica to top of the hill.
Bri’s ranch is on the left, across from J-Bar Ranch.

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ORANGE COUNTY
OAKS STABLE, SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA

CONTACT: Michelle, Oaks Stable, 714-316-9537

10/25/07, From Kat5 Animal Rescue, kat5animalrescue [at] yahoo.com — Surf City Animal Response Team is in charge here and they are good on volunteers but they are desperate for horse supplies. They just got 180 more horses from Camp Pendelton. They now have 700 horses!

SUPPLIES NEEDED AT OAKS STABLE:
– Carrots, apples
– Wheel Barrels
– Shavings
– Big buckets for water
– Pitch forks, rakes
– Halters
– Lead lines
– Lurche lines

SUPPLIES DROP-OFF POINT:
Can bring supplies anytime.
If sending must say, “Attn SCART.”
Oaks Stable * 30753 LaPata Ave.
San Juan Capistrano, CA. 92675
Michelle, 714-316-9537

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5. San Diego Pit Bull Rescuer Needs Aid For Vet Bills

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
IT’S THE PITS

CONTACT: Beth Gruff, beth [at] itsthepits.org * http://www.itsthepits.org
10/27/07, From YEP6CATS [at] aol.com — Please read the following email from Beth about the expenses her rescue incurred because of the fires. Donations of any amount are appreciated and will help them be able to continue saving so many shelter Pit Bulls.

DONATE TO IT’S THE PITS:
http://www.itsthepits.org/
[click on MAKE A DONATION button]

10/26/07, From Beth Gruff, beth [at] itsthepits.org — We are in desperate need of funds. We have 8 dogs who had to be boarded due to the fire evacuations. We have a monster of a bill to pay for the boarding of 8 dogs, some of which cost more due to meds being given. These dogs were in foster homes and people were ordered out of their homes with no place to go. The cost is $30 a day for 3 of them and $20 a day for the other 5! Plus we had two dogs that needed surgery that ended up costing $1900 for one and $650 for the other! I don’t know what we are going to do… Please route to anyone who might be able to make a small donation…

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6. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
DEL MAR FAIRGOUNDS
CONTACT: 858-509-5245

10/25/07, From Kat5 Animal Rescue, kat5animalrescue [at] yahoo.com —
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for horse feeding and to clean the horse stalls.
Volunteer shifts: 7 AM and 2 PM everyday.
They are good on supplies but need volunteers.
Del Mar Fairgrounds * 2260 Jimmy Durant Blvd
858-509-5245 (spoke with Carol Nolson)

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY
NEW LEASH ON LIFE – SANTA CLARITA
CONTACT: 661-255-0097 (ask for Claire or Stephanie)

10/25/07, From Kat5 Animal Rescue, kat5animalrescue [at] yahoo.com —
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help to construct/resurrect the dog runs that were blown down in the winds. They need strong hands that have construction know how. The need is immediate so that they can let the dogs out.
New Leash on Life: 661-255-0097 (ask for Claire or Stephanie)
16742 Placerita Canyon Rd. * Newhall, CA. 91321

10/25/07, From Kinship Circle, kinshipcircle [at] accessus.net —
Kelly Dorafshar, kel [at] nlol.org writes: New Leash On Life Animal Rescue is opening it’s doors to small animal evacuees in Santa Clarita.

VOLUNTEERS:
Call NLOL at 661-255-0097 or Alec Isbell 661-904-3835 to volunteer.
Bring any crates you have, labeled with your name, to NLOL’s E.R.A. Center.

DONATIONS:
https://www.nlol.org/donationform.asp
New Leash On Life ERA Center
16742 Placerita Canyon Rd. * Newhall, CA 91321
661-255-0097 or 818-710-9898 * info [at] nlol.org
http://www.newleash.org/

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY
ANIMAL ACRES SANCTUARY
CONTACT: 661-269-5404 or info [at] animalacres.org

VOLUNTEERS:
Come to Animal Acres to help care for animals.
Caregivers needed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
No appointment necessary
Help set up an emergency evacuation area for Animal Acres animals.
Volunteers needed to put up fencing and other jobs.
Volunteers needed EVERY DAY from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Let us know what day(s) you will be joining us.

SUPPLIES NEEDED:
– 44 gallon Rubbermaid trashcans
– Blankets, towels
– Veterinary medication for farmed animals
– 30 gallon water buckets
– Smaller seed buckets
– Bird waterers (at feed stores)
– Portable shade covers and tarps

DONATE ONLINE:
http://www.animalacres.org/donate.html
We URGENTLY need funding for…
– Temporary housing sheds
– Evacuation site fencing and corrals
– Water troughs and water hoses
– To purchase an additional transport trailer to evacuate ALL animals immediately.

DIRECTIONS TO ANIMAL ACRES:
Animal Acres, 661-269-5404, info [at] animalacres.org
5200 Escondido Canyon Road * Acton, CA 93510
Located approx. 40 minutes from Los Angeles.
Take Interstate 5 North to Highway 14 North (Antelope Valley Hwy towards Palmdale).
Take Highway 14 North approximately 18 miles.
Take the RED ROVER MINE ROAD exit; the exist curves to the right
Take the first LEFT (you’ll be on Ward Road), and this road ends at ESCONDIDO CANYON ROAD.
Take a LEFT on ESCONDIDO CANYON ROAD.
Animal Acres is first farm on left; look for buildings with red tiled roofs and mailboxes in front of driveway.

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7. WILDLIFE: Displaced Birds, Pets, Wildlife Welcome At Center

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PHOTO: Temporary home: A domestic Crested Duck and a domestic Mallard relax at IBRRC’s San Pedro center. Both birds were transferred from the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas, CA. (Photo: IBRRC)

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
INTERNATIONAL BIRD RESCUE RESEARCH CENTER (IBRRC) – San Pedro, Calif.
CONTACT: 310-514-2573 * http://www.ibrrc.org/pr_10_23_2007.html

International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) in San Pedro is offering temporary shelter to waterfowl and aquatic birds displaced due to the fires raging in Southern California. This past weekend, IBRRC received both wild and domestic ducks, coots and other birds that had to be evacuated from a wildlife center in Malibu.

“We want people who have pet ducks and geese, as well as other wildlife centers that need to evacuate, to know that our doors are open to them,” said Jay Holcomb, director of IBRRC. Animal Control agencies who need help caring for avian victims should also contact IBRRC.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has offered to help pay for the cost of caring for avian fire victims. IBRRC partners with IFAW providing Emergency Relief (ER) for animals who are victims of oil spills, and other disasters. People who need temporary housing for pet ducks, geese and swans should call IBRRC for more information: 310-514-2573. Please leave a message as staff and volunteers may be busy attending to patients. Messages are checked regularly. Please note: IBRRC staff and volunteers cannot rescue people’s pets

DIRECTIONS TO IBRRC SAN PEDRO SHELTER:
http://ibrrc.org/so_cal_directions.html
3601 South Gaffey Street * San Pedro, CA 90731
Phone: 310-514-2573

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8. WILDLIFE: Help Wild Animals Harmed/Displaced by Calif. Fires

SAN DIEGO COUNTY
PROJECT WILDLIFE HOTLINE
CALL: Project Wildlife Hotline 619-225-9202
CALL: For opossums, opossum pager: 760-926-0478
For native wild birds and mammals in distress, anywhere in San Diego County,
call the Project Wildlife Hotline 619-225-9202.

SAN DIEGO WILDLIFE REHAB
CALL: 619-303 5968
For opossums or other small mammals, call San Diego Wildlife Rehab at 619-303 5968.

If you come across a wild bird or other wild animal who seems to need help, please call one of these numbers, so that a licensed wildlife rehabilitator can care for the animal and then release him or her back to the wild.

SOURCE + FULL STORY: U.S. Wildlife: Southern California in flames
Wildlife rehabilitators evacuate animals in their care
http://network.bestfriends.org/international/news/20006.html
http://californiawildfires.org/index.php/tag/wildlife-rescue-numbers/

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9. UAN Grants For Fire Victims To Get Vet Care, Boarding…

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
UAN LIFE CRISIS GRANTS
CONTACT: http://www.uan.org or call 916-429-2457

EDITED FOR LENGTH / FULL STORY HERE:
http://www.uan.org/index.cfm?navid=359

SACRAMENTO (October 24, 2007) — United Animal Nations (UAN), the organization that pioneered disaster relief for animals 20 years ago and provided emergency animal sheltering and disaster relief services during Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the Southern California wildfires in 2003, is offering financial assistance grants of up to $500 to help victims of the devastating fires in Southern California care for their pets.

UAN’s LifeLine Crisis Relief Grants – http://www.uan.org/index.cfm?navid=167 – can help fire victims with expenses for the following:
Veterinary care to treat injury or illness caused by the fire
Temporary boarding
Transporting the animal to a temporary living situation

UAN will offer qualified individual applicants up to $500 as long as funds are available. Since UAN’s LifeLine Crisis Relief Grant Program is supported solely by private donations, individuals can help keep services flowing to evacuees and their pets in need with donations by donating to UAN’s Disaster Relief Fund – https://secure.ga4.org/01/UAN_disaster_relief

To get eligibility information and apply for a LifeLine Crisis Relief Grant, visit: http://www.uan.org or call 916-429-2457.

Through its volunteer-driven Emergency Animal Rescue Service (http://www.uan.org/index.cfm?navid=27) (EARS), UAN has provided emergency animal sheltering and disaster relief services during some of the nation’s most severe disasters. In addition to those named above, UAN also responded to Hurricanes Bret, Dennis and Floyd in 1999; the Midwest floods in 1993, Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and dozens more.

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10. PetFinder.Com Sets Up Call Center For Fire-Displaced

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
TEMPORARY HOMES FOR DISPLACED COMPANION ANIMALS
CONTACT: 1-866-654-4732 or log onto http://www.petfinder.com/

EDITED FOR LENGTH / FULL STORY HERE:

In an effort to help families affected by the disastrous California wildfires, Petfinder.com, the largest online database of adoptable pets, announced today that it has initiated a call center service to help displaced families find temporary homes for their pets.

The service, which is available to pet families in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 1-866-654-4732 or by logging onto http://www.petfinder.com, will allow the thousands of evacuated families to address their immediate needs and still ensure their pets are cared for.

VOLUNTEERS interested in fostering a pet affected by the California wildfires can register to help at http://www.petfinder.com

Additionally, people from all over the country can make a tax-deductible donation to help California families with pets affected by the wildfires: http://www.petfinder.com/foundation/donate.html

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11. Dealing With Animals: What Fire Victims Need To Know

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
CONTACT: francisco.varaorta [at] latimes.com

EDITED FOR LENGTH / FULL STORY HERE:

10/26/07, by Francisco Vara-Orta, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer: For animal owners displaced by the California wildfires, caring for pets in a shelter or new location, or trying to find a lost pet, brings a set of emotional and physical challenges. “Pets are going to stress out just like their owners when a disaster strikes and alters their surroundings,” said Madeline Bernstein, president of L.A.’s Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. “Pets will become depressed if they get separated from their owners and are more prone to becoming sick.”

Some basic first steps:

* Keep animals fed and hydrated. They can suffer from smoke inhalation too. Cats and smaller dogs usually have sensitive respiratory systems, so they may need medical attention if they are coughing irregularly.

* Always maintain close contact. Familiar scents and landmarks may be altered, and your pet may become confused and lost.

* Keep calm if a pet’s behavior changes for a bit after an emergency. Normally quiet and friendly pets may become aggressive or defensive.

If your pet was left behind or lost:

* Visit or contact the local command center or disaster relief center to find out what agency is rescuing animals from your neighborhood. Normally, the county or city animal control agency will be responsible for retrieving stranded animals. Call 888-738-7911 or visit http://www.pets911.com to find the phone numbers and locations of animal shelters or agencies nearby.

* If you cannot find your pet with the help of a local animal rescue agency, check the Petfinder.com website: http://www.petfinder.com/disaster

* The foundation has also set up a 24-hour call center to link evacuees with volunteers willing to provide a temporary home for a displaced pet. You can search for a foster provider on the website or call 866-654-4732.

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