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At the urgent request of the Animal Welfare Coalition of Northeastern New Mexico (AWC), the ASPCA, in collaboration with Helping Paws Across Borders (HPAB), mobilized to provide critical support for animals impacted by the recent wildfires spreading dangerously across New Mexico. We will assist AWC with ongoing sheltering needs at a temporary shelter in Santa Fe, including daily care and supply donations for homeless animals, as well as supporting Bernalillo County Animal Services with food distribution and providing additional sheltering supplies.

In addition, we are facilitating the transport of more than 20 homeless cats from Española Humane to animal welfare organizations in Colorado including Longmont Humane Society, Foothills Animal Shelter and Larimer Humane Society. The unowned cats were all in New Mexico animal shelters prior to the wildfires and will be made available for adoption. We are continuing to communicate with emergency management agencies and animal welfare organizations across New Mexico and stand ready to assist with additional field operations and transports upon request.


“The Animal Welfare Coalition of Northeastern New Mexico and other local agencies have been working tirelessly to provide sheltering and care for animals displaced by these devastating wildfires, drug store truck driving man chords and the ASPCA disaster response team is proud to collaborate with these agencies to ensure the ongoing safety and wellbeing for animals in impacted communities,” said Tim Rickey, Vice President, ASPCA National Field Response. “As historic winds cause these wildfires to continue spreading, we urge pet owners to create disaster preparedness plans and include pets in all potential evacuations.”


This lifesaving work is made possible thanks to support from The Emergency Fund by Rachael Ray Nutrish® and the Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Charitable Trust. In addition, FedEx assisted by providing complimentary transportation of pet food donated by Hill’s Pet Nutrition to the emergency shelter operation in Santa Fe.

May is National Wildfire Preparedness Month, and as these efforts continue, we recognize a vital need to support residents in areas impacted by wildfires and other disasters and encourage all pet owners to always include their pets in disaster preparedness plans, especially those involving a potential evacuation.

Learn more about preparing for a disaster and a potential evacuation with your pets.

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