>From: "Lady Grygon"
>actually made a sweep of part of the city and rescued dozens of left-behind
>pets. They're all over at the Santa Fe Humane Society I **THINK** and need
>Poor poor frightened critters. =(
>> Thanks for the info. I'll be sending something out.
>> > You may visit these two sites for all the info you will ever need on
>> > donating:
>> > http://www.kobtv.com/
>> > http://www.abqjournal.com/
>> > Even the Humane Society needs help!
>> > I am going shopping with in an hour to get donations.
>> > > Good for you, Andee. Let us know if there is any way we can help-
>> > > supplies or donations or whatever.
>> > > > You have probably heard about the wildfires in Los Alamos, about 90
>> > miles
>> > > > NW of Albuquerque. Actually, it started as a controlled burn by the
>> > Park
>> > > > Service and spread. Now the town is being evacuated. My daughter
>> > her
>> > > > family live in White Rock, well away from the huge fire. I am
>> > > > thinking that the evacuees are going to need help with their pets.
>> > > > leaving tomorrow evening for Tucson but maybe when I return on
>> > > > will look into it and see if the town needs volunteers. There are
>> > of
>> > > > birds up there. Wild birds, yes - many are toast by now - but seems
>> > that
>> > > > every other house has one or more companion birds. It is not unlike
>> > towns
>> > > > that are flooded. What happens to the pets?
>> > > --
>> > > Kellie
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<FYI. I am posting this from another list.
Animal Protection of New Mexico
PO Box 1215 Santa Fe, NM 87504-1215
For Immediate Release Contact: Michele Rokke
Date: May 10, 2000 505-989-1442
Animal Foster Homes for Los Alamos Fire Evacuation
Animal Protection of New Mexico (APNM) has received several phone calls
citizens who are able to provide emergency foster care for animals
from Los Alamos due to the fire. Safe places are available for horses,
cats and other animals at no cost. People who need emergency foster care
animals should call APNM's outreach coordinator Michele Rokke in Santa Fe
APNM is also able to mobilize volunteers to help with transport and other
rescue efforts as needed.
APNM is a statewide non-profit organization.