Colorado Wildfires 2012 – Animal Rescue and Relief
North Shore Animal League America and National Mill Dog Rescue teamed up to help Colorado residents and their pets that were evacuated from their homes due to the dangerous wildfires that ravaged more than 15,000 acres.
Our emergency rescue team set up their Mobile Rescue Units, loaded with food, medicine and supplies, as temporary shelter to care for pets of evacuated residents until it was safe for them all to return home.
1200 Pounds of Pet Food and Cat Litter Distributed to Waldo Canyon Fire Affected Families
In the aftermath of the Waldo Canyon fire, North Shore Animal League America and National Mill Dog Rescue continue to provide pet services, food and toys to pet owners who were affected by this devastating tragedy. To date, 1200 pounds of dog and cat food, kitty litter, as well as hundreds of toys and treats have been given to families and individuals with pets in need of these supplies.
Thanks to the generosity of supporters nationwide, as well as Purina ONE®, KONG® Company and the Cesar Millan Foundation’s Daddy’s Emergency Animal Rescue Fund (DEAR), the no-kill, non profit animal rescue groups NSALA and NMDR are able to continue to provide services to the thousands of residents with pets who have been affected by this tragedy.