SPCA: Soberanes Fire Update
Your SPCA for Monterey County is responding to help people and pets affected by the Soberanes Fire. If given orders to evacuate, please bring your pets with you. If you need assistance, call us at 831-373-2631.
Here is the latest information as of 12:00 pm on Monday, August 1:
The SPCA is currently sheltering 100 pets displaced by the fire, including 33 cats, 29 dogs, 12 chickens, 7 goats, 4 baby turkeys, 3 horses, 3 donkeys, 3 parakeets, 1 rabbit, 1 lamb, 1 turtle, 1 tarantula, 1 king snake, and 1 leopard gecko. We are also providing free food, supplies, and emergency evacuation services to over 50 more. As conditions allow, our disaster team is working to rescue animals from evacuated areas. If you need help, please contact us.
The SPCA adoption event this weekend found homes for 74 pets, helping make room for the evacuees.
If You Need Help:
Call us at 831-373-2631 if you need assistance sheltering or evacuating pets or livestock. Our emergency services are provided at no charge thanks to our donors.
We offer free pet food and supplies to anyone affected by the fire. We are also sheltering pets at no charge and providing emergency evacuations. For help, please call us at 831-373-2631.
We offer free disaster preparedness information: www.SPCAmc.org/soberanes
How You Can Help:
- Cash donations are extremely helpful as they can be used for the most dire needs, which is important in a fire like this where needs can change in a moment: www.SPCAmc.org/fire
- Towels, pet food, pet toys, pet supplies, and pet beds are also gratefully accepted. Donations can be brought to our shelter located at 1002 Monterey Salinas Highway, across from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
- Sign up to foster non-evacuated pets to make room for evacuees: www.SPCAmc.org/volunteer
- Prepare for a disaster: www.SPCAmc.org/soberanes
The SPCA for Monterey County is your nonprofit, independent, donor-supported humane society that has been serving the animals and people of Monterey County since 1905. The SPCA is not a chapter of any other agency and does not have a parent organization. They shelter homeless, neglected and abused pets and livestock, and provide humane education and countless other services to the community. They are the local agency you call to investigate animal cruelty, rescue and rehabilitate injured wildlife, and aid domestic animals in distress.