spcaLA Needs Your Support To Help The Animals During Southland Fires

As fires continue to ravage the Southern California Region, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles’ (spcaLA) resources are stretched from the high demand. From the Mexican border up to Ventura County thousands of residents and their animals are fleeing to safety. 

Currently, spcaLA’s Disaster Animal Response Team (DART), a mobile command post unit along

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As fires continue to ravage the Southern California Region, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles’ (spcaLA) resources are stretched from the high demand. From the Mexican border up to Ventura County thousands of residents and their animals are fleeing to safety. 

Currently, spcaLA’s Disaster Animal Response Team (DART), a mobile command post unit along with nine investigation and rescue officers, are assisting with the evacuation of animals from the fires that are raging in four Southland counties–Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and San Diego

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