FIRE

11/30/17 2pm
CAT TRAPPING PROTOCOL

There are still a lot of cats hanging out in fire-affected areas. Please read this Fire Cat Trapping Protocol from Forgotten Felines

11/9/17 8:00am
DONATION CENTER IS CLOSED
Over the last 4 weeks our shelter classroom became a buzzing hub of a donation collection and distribution providing food and supplies to those affected by the fires. We've filled and emptied the room more times than one can count on 2 hands! As things are slowing, we will be closing this room on Thursday 11/9 @ 5:30pm so please make sure you stop in and pick up anything you might have missed. A huge thank you to everyone who donated items as well as their time to the donation center! We could not have helped so many families without such an amazing community standing by our side. We will continue to distribute supplies for those in need through our Pet Food Pantry located in the Adoption Center - please ask at the front desk!

 

11/2/17 4:15pm
CHARITY VETERINARY SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENT
Unfortunately the Sonoma Humane Society has to discontinue our Free Wellness Clinic because we are unable to secure enough volunteer Veterinarian and Vet Tech help into the future - we know these skilled and compassionate people are very busy and they've done so much to help! We are very grateful to all the volunteers and staff who participated and allowed us to serve our community over the last 3 weeks! Together, we were able to support over 200 people and their pets during a very difficult time. Thank you! We continue to update our Amazon Wishlist. Thank you!!

 

DONATIONS
Your gift to Help where it's needed most will ensure we have the resources to support disaster relief efforts, as well as help the animals who need us now and in the future. Your gifts to the Angel’s Fund provides urgent and ongoing medical care for animals who arrive at Sonoma Humane Society sick or injured. Thank you for your support and care.

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GREAT INFO:
There are still a lot of cats hanging out in fire-affected areas. Please read this Fire Cat Trapping Protocol from Forgotten Felines
  • 11/2/17 4:15pm
    CHARITY VETERINARY SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENT

    Sonoma Humane Society unfortunately has to discontinue our Free Wellness Clinic because we are unable to secure enough volunteer Veterinarian and Vet Tech help into the future - we know these skilled and compassionate people are very busy and they've done so much to help! We are very grateful to all the volunteers and staff who participated and allowed us to serve our community over the last 3 weeks! Together, we were able to support over 200 people and their pets during a very difficult time. 

  • Sonoma County Animal Services is providing no-cost vet care to animals affected by the fires, no-cost boarding - space is limited, and free pet supplies to those affected by the fires. They are located at 1247 Century Ct (off of Airport Blvd) in Santa Rosa. They are currently open 9am-6pm and can be reached at 707-565-7100.
  • Memorial Beach Vet in Healdsburg can fill prescriptions: 707-433 6916
  • VCA Sequoia in Santa Rosa is offering free exams, vaccinations and medications as they have available. They are also offering free pet boarding: 707-545-7387
  • The Animal Hospital of Sebastopol is offering medical exams and some medication to fire victims at no charge on a case-by-case basis. They can also help fill prescriptions of pets in need: 707-823-3250

Boarding Facilities

  • Select VCA hospitals in Northern California are offering free boarding assistance for small animals, including dogs, cats, birds and pocket pets. Boarding assistance is based on space availability. Pets should be current on vaccinations, but in case they are not, VCA veterinarians will update vaccinations free of charge. VCA Hospitals will also offer a free health assessment exam for pets that have been evacuated or displaced because of the fires. Pet owners are encouraged to contact the American Red Cross or visit www.vcahospitals.com/main/directory or call 1-800-VCAPETS to check availability for boarding assistance.
  • Moon Doggy Ranch, 282 West Railroad, Cotati 415-713-9255 or 707-792-9295 is offering free boarding assistance in a cage-free environment on a multi-acre ranch.
  • StarrPet Resort, 7055 Starr Road, Windsor 707.838.2968 Boards cats and dogs. Daily rate: $22/cat; $40/dog
  • Four Paws Pet Ranch, 3410 Guernville Rd, Santa Rosa 707.542.3766, Boards cats and dogs. Daily rate: $12/cat; $40/dog (Plenty of available spaces for dogs; getting full with cats)
  • Fetch! Pet Care 415/259-4734 Network of petsitters. Call for availability. Boarding rates (24 hours): $45/cat (second one may be discounted); $44/dog (second one @ $45)
  • Vintage Kennel Club, 22071 Bonness Rd, Sonoma 707.938.1173 Boarding rate: $45/dog. Vintage Kennel Club takes only dogs. However, if a family has both a dog and cat, a local vet will board the cat. Contact Vintage for details.
  • Bird Exchange, 5355 Hall Rd, Santa Rosa 707.843.8444 (Larry’s cell) Larry will board birds and has two stalls for horses. He will discount the boarding fee for an evacuated animal. No dogs or cats.
  • Paradise Pet Resort, 2120 Bluebell Dr in Santa Rosa and 5800 Commerce Blvd in Rohnert Park are accepting emergency boarding clients.
  • Marin Humane Society, 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato 415.883.4621 MHS is accepting dogs, cats, other small domestic animals, such as chickens and goats, at no charge. They are also working with the Marin Civic Center and will provide crates and x-pens for evacuees who want to stay with their pets.

    IF YOU NEED BOARDING OR ARE ABLE TO BOARD ANIMALS we're recommending that people connect on this community Facebook page: Community Foster For NorCal Fire Animals

GENERAL VOLUNTEERS: If you are interested in volunteering as needs arise, please sign up HERE. Thanks!

MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS: The Sonoma Humane Society is no longer seeking volunteer Veterinarians and RVTs.

FOSTER VOLUNTEERS: We're recommending that people list their needs or what they can do to help regarding fostering on this community Facebook page: Community Foster For NorCal Fire Animals  or at Displaced Paws.

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