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California police raced against time to save animals in a shelter from a fire

California police raced against time to save shelter animals from a fire


VACAVILLE, Calif. (Circa) —With the Nelson Fire moving towards Vacaville, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Solano County seemed like it would be first to be hit.

However, officers from the Vacaville Police Department arrived at the scene in time to assist shelter workers in evacuating all the animals, fitting as many animals into squad cars as they possibly could.

In the end, even though some cats were left in the building after the initial evacuation, all animals were saved and all 60 of them are currently in foster homes. The police posted information from the SPCA's Facebook page, saying they hoped to get back into the building Monday in order to begin cleaning.

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