Where to look for lost cats after Camp Fire

There are many webpages on Facebook and one website dedicated to the reunification of pet and person after the Camp Fire at the date of this post.

Camp Fire lost cats

Camp Fire lost cats

  1. The first is the San Francisco SPCA. They have a great page on Facebook showing a gallery of photos. You can click this link to see the pictures.
  2. Another useful website is one specially created for the purpose of reuniting cat with owner. It’s called Camp Fire Rescue Animals; please click this link to see the cats.
  3. There are several other FB pages dealing with missing animals as a result of the Camp Fire. Click this link to see the search results. Then click on the links one by one to search for your cat.

Facebook is the best place. Use their search facility to find what you are looking for. This is the box top left of the webpage. Down the lefthand side of the page are a series of criteria to refine your search. The last one at the base of the list concerns the date. You can search over different periods of time.

The best of luck.

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Where to look for lost cats after Camp Fire — 3 Comments

  1. Michael, thank you for posting this. I will re-post on all the sites I frequent, including Facebook. This is my contribution to helping re-unite kitties with their guardians.

    I hope your readers do the same, in addition to whatever else they may be doing. I’d love to hear from readers about ways they’re helping the California fire victims and their pets. Let’s spread the word!

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