The nation’s deadliest wildfire in California has killed 79 people and some 700 names are on the list of those unaccounted for. Then there's the horrible situation of the loss of animals and the pets that have been displaced by the fires.
The country's first national humane organization American Humane is in rescue mode. According to their press release, "The American Humane team will be assisting The Red Cross with a co-location shelter for displaced families with their animals. The Red Cross will set up sheltering accommodations and services for the human shelter, and American Humane will set up sheltering accommodations for approximately 100 animals. American Humane will provide assistance to owners to help care for their pets of the Red Cross clients that come into the human shelter and maintain the animal shelter side of the operation."
To support American Humane's rescue efforts, please visit AmericanHumane.org.