Please help Base Camp's efforts to move to a long-term location. We are more than 3-month post fire and we know our efforts will be needed for several more months and perhaps even a year. Due to Right of Entry requirements, we had to relocate from our current location. We have been trying, our best, to minimize our expenses, but this move has put a strain on our resources. We need to get all of the animals off the hill as soon as possible! They are in toxic conditions and need HELP! We really appreciate all of the support that so many people have shown us!!! Thank u!!
We are operating daily off generators, propane, and gas. This is costing us about $40 a day, just to be able to care for the kitties properly. We are hoping to raise the funds needed for solar panels. We also have expenses for building materials, food, and other items we need to finish setting up. The volunteers also have been spending a on of money, out of pocket, in order to catch these Camp Fire survivors.
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Friends of the Camp Fire Cats was formed in 2018, as the Camp Fire was still raging in the Butte County areas of Paradise and Magalia. Many of the shelter resources within Butte County were full within days of the fire beginning which left this group wondering “how can we help?” With the help of a local resident, base camp was formed in Paradise and we were able to keep helping animals. As many owners are not in the Paradise/Magalia area, the need to house the cats became apparent and our group has grown from there. We all adhere to the key mission, which is to help as many cats and residents with their cats from the Camp Fire.
We focus on making the maximum positive effort. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us do good work. Using community driven models, we take actions that make a long-lasting difference. We have found that even cats that were trapped inside houses were able to escape unscathed. Do not assume your cat has perished. Request to have a feeding station and trail cameras set up at your property. If we spot your cat we can set up a trap.
Your support and contributions will enable us to help these animals. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We trap kitties overnight, so please try to call us after noon.
Hours of Operation are 12-8 Daily
Paradise, California 95969, United States