SHELTER LOCATIONS FOR PETS IMPACTED BY EVACUATION ORDER ISSUED FOR BOND FIRE BURN AREA
TUSTIN, Calif. (March 10, 2021) – OC Animal Care is open to house dogs, cats, and small pets for Orange County residents relocated as a result of an Evacuation Order (Mandatory) for Silverado Canyon, Williams Canyon, and Modjeska Canyon in the Bond Fire burn area.
Rain is expected off and on throughout the day. Animal owners currently under an Evacuation Order (Mandatory) are strongly encouraged to evacuate with their pets as the emergency may prevent resources from entering impacted areas to assist with animals due to safety concerns.
The OC Animal Care shelter is located at 1630 Victory Road in Tustin. If choosing to house your animals at the facility, please bring photo identification, veterinary/vaccination records, special food, and medications along with your animal(s). Call (714) 935-6848 for more information.
Animal owners with disabilities, access or functional needs, or those looking for up-to-date information can call OC Animal Care at (714) 935-6848 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and (714) 259-1122 (5 p.m. to 8 a.m.), or dial 9-1-1 for life-threatening emergency assistance.
Horse owners under an Evacuation Order (Mandatory) can take their animals to the Anaheim Equestrian Center located at 1370 South Sanderson Avenue in Anaheim. The daily care as well as feed, medications, water and muck buckets, and other necessary supplies will be the responsibility of the animal owner. Please call (714) 535-3510 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or (714) 259-1122 (5 p.m. to 8 a.m.) to ensure they can accommodate your animals.
Residents with livestock such as pigs, goats, llamas, etc. can take their animals to Serrano Creek Ranch located at 25200 Trabuco Road in Lake Forest. Text (949) 768-5891 for assistance.
While evacuating, please ensure vehicles such as large trailers are not blocking roadways as this may impact the ability of first responders to travel to impacted areas. For general information and the latest updates, please call the Orange County Emergency Operations Center Public Information Hotline at (714) 628-7085.
Residents are encouraged to stay informed of the most current information by monitoring: • Local Media • Facebook and Twitter at @OCAnimalCare • Facebook and Twitter following #SilveradoMudslide at @OCSheriff, @OCFA_PIO (Twitter), and @OCPublicWorks
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