Camp Fire Pets Still in Shelters

Camp Fire Pets Still in Shelters

Yesterday, the small animal shelter at the Chico Airport closed operations. Animals that were at the Chico shelter have been transitioned here to the Oroville shelter, located at the old county hospital. Our temporary emergency shelters were initiated on November 8th, the day that the fire broke out. And, at the peak of the fire

Dear mum – Letter from a shelter dog

Dear mum – Letter from a shelter dog

Dear mom, today I died. I was not in any pain don’t worry. I was just alone. But I was so used to being alone that dying without having anyone near me was familiar and warm. I had spent so many years in my kennel that I grew to love it it was the one

Kitten Triage Program Provides Emergency Boarding for Kittens

Kitten Triage Program Provides Emergency Boarding for Kittens

On April 29th, a family was losing their home. Officer Pelland responded to provide emergency boarding for the animals they couldn’t take with them. There were two litters of kittens, one only a week old, and the other two weeks old. All of them black Some of them polydactyl, with extra toes. Luckily both litters

Ultimate Cat Lady: Woman Shares Her Home With 1,100 Felines

Ultimate Cat Lady: Woman Shares Her Home With 1,100 Felines

LYNEA LATTANZIO: I’m gonna say that I’m at the top of the list of the eccentric crazy cat ladies! LYNEA LATTANZIO: I like cats because they’re independent, they’re beautiful, they are just graceful, and I enjoy watching them. I have taken in and lived with 28,000 cats. That’s probably a record! COMM: The Cat House