The wildfires raging in California had been devastating to many communities. 25 people have been reported being killed and 250,000 others have had to evacuate their homes.
Unfortunately, many pets were left in homes that were consumed by fire because the owners couldn’t get them out in time. In the images below, you see a grim reminder of how important it is to help animals who may be in such a difficult situation.
These images may be distressing to some readers:
Horses are spooked as the Woolsey Fire moves through the property on Cornell Road near Paramount Ranch on November 9, 2018 in Agoura Hills, California
One of the same group of horses looks alarmed as fire engines arrive in the background on November 9, 2018 in Agoura Hills, California
Cal Fire Captain Steve Millosovich carries a cage full of cats that were found in the road after the Camp Fire moved through the area on November 9, 2018 in Big Bend, California
Dogs roam through burned out neighborhoods as the fire tears through Paradise, north of Sacramento, California on November 08, 2018
Rocklin police officer Randy Law tends to a horse that was found wandering after the Camp Fire moved through the area on November 9, 2018 in Paradise, California
A dog watches from a car as flames approach during the Woolsey Fire on November 9, 2018 in Malibu, California
Staff at the Los Angeles Zoo move birds into an indoor classroom to protect them from the smoke from a wildfire burning nearby in Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California, November 9, 2018
Hospital workers and first responders evacuate patients from the Feather River Hospital as the Camp Fire moves through the area on November 8, 2018 in Paradise, California
Hospital workers and first responders continue to evacuate patients and their pets from the Feather River Hospital as the Camp Fire moves through the area
Donations can be made to the Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation if you wish to assist in their efforts.