If you don't see your animal on our site, please keep checking back.

Also, many animals were sent to our supporting partners' locations for vet care listed below (some were sent out of the area as local vets became saturated). If you see your animal on their website, please contact them directly. Unclaimed animals are NOT currently being adopted out.

Butte Humane Society Clinic (530-343-7917 Ext 202)

Chico Animal Shelter (530-894-5630)

VCA Valley Oak Veterinary Center (many animals. Photos include VCA Asher Animal Hospital in Redding, VCA Loomis Basin Vet, Sacramento All Our Pets, VCA Natomas and other VCA hospitals). (530-342-7387)

Chico Animal Hospital (530-342-0518) (cats)

Northwest SPCA (Oroville 530-533-7636)

Grass Valley Veterinary Hospital (cats only - 530-273-7272)

Northpointe Vet Hospital (Yuba City 530-674-8670)

UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine (530-752-9811) (lots of cats)

Haven Humane Society (530-241-1653) (lots of animals)

San Francisco SPCA (415-554-3030) (many dogs and cats)

San Francisco Animal Care and Control (lots of dogs; check out the header at the top, or search the "Find a Lost Pet" section) (415-554-6364)

San Francisco Animal Care and Control Facebook page (unclaimed animals' photos here!)

Bishop Ranch Vet Hospital (San Ramon) (cats only - 925-866-8387)

Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) (925-256-1273) (added 11/23/18)

Wine Country Animal Lovers (707-888-9196) (8 cats one dog)

Anderson Veterinary Clinic (530-365-8122) (no photos yet, call for info)

Fieldhaven Feline Center (a lot of cats)

Sage Veterinary Centers (Campbell: 408-343-7243 - Concord: 925-627-7243 - Dublin: 925-574-7243 - Redwood City: 650-417-7243)


Here are some other helpful community resources:

Camp Fire Pet Rescue and Reunification Facebook Group

Camp Fire Pet Rescue and Reunification "Found Animal" Spreadsheet

Camp Fire Paradise Ca Area Lost Found Animals

Facebook Cody Alert

Finding Rover (face recognition software and online database)

Paw Prints Missing Pets Map App



The Disaster Distress Helpline, 1-800-985-5990, is a 24/7, 365-day-a--year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster.

Or you may call locally to Butte Behavioral Health at 530-891-2810.


Large animals are being held at:

-Butte County Fairgrounds [E. Hazel Street, Gridley]