The CCADT is responding to the #Creekfire in Fresno and Madera Counties

If you need evacuation or care for your animals that are still in your homes, you must contact (perferably) by text 1-888-402-2238. Please do not email us.  

CREEK FIRE Update. CCADT continues to work with the Sheriff's Office, Animal Services, and other agency partners to care for the animals of the Creek Fire. 

Animal Shelters:

Fresno County:
Small Animal Shelter is now located at the Fresno Fairgrounds in the COMMERCE BUILDING.
Fresno Fairgrounds: 1121 S Chance Ave, Fresno, CA 93702. 
Visitation Hours:  10 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Go to Gate 4A; park in Chance Ave. parking lot. 

Large Animals:
Clovis Rodeo Grounds - 748 Rodeo Dr, Clovis, CA 93612 (animals will be transferred to the Fresno Fairgrounds by Friday, Sept. 18th).  If you have livestock/horses that need transporting, please text (888) 402-2238.  

Madera County
Small Animals: Oakhurst Community Center
39800 Road 425B, Oakhurst, CA

Large Animals: Coarsegold Rodeo Grounds - 44777 Rodeo Grounds Lane, Coarsegold, CA

Please visit our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CCADT1

DO YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER TO HELP CREEK FIRE ANIMALS?  
WE ARE WAIVING THE $25 APPLICATION FEE FOR NEW VOLUNTEERS!

If you would like to volunteer in the small or large animal shelters at the Fresno Fairgrounds, we've simplifed the process.  Due to the nature of disaster work, we do require background checks. The process is pretty quick.  Click this link: Background Check.

You must be a minimum of 18 years to apply.  Please click and fill out the two application/liability forms below.  Scan and email the forms to Annette Omachi, Volunteer Coordinator at annetteomachi@ccadt.org.  She will contact you as soon as the background check clears which is only several days.  Thank you!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN DONATING TO HELP THE ANIMALS OF THE CREEK FIRE!

We are so appreciative of our community support!  At this time, we are accepting cash donations only.  Please click on the DONATE link.  We are a 100% volunteer organization so your donation is going directly to helping these animals and those in future disasters.  If you have questions, please contact Annette Omachi, Volunteer Coordinator at annetteomachi@ccadt.org.  Thank you!

If Disaster Strikes, Are You Ready To Care For Your Animals?

If disaster strikes, are you prepared to evacuate and care for ALL family members?  Disasters that could occur in the San Joaquin Valley of California are wildland fires, flooding, dam failures, earthquakes, severe weather, agricultural hazards, and extreme temperatures.  ​Pet owners who are educated on disaster preparedness will be better prepared to evacuate their families and pets during a disaster.  No one wants to leave a pet behind; however, many people are not prepared to safely evacuate their pets or have the necessary resources and supplies for pet care to last the duration of the disaster.  

Since 2013, the Central CA Animal Disaster Team (CCADT) has responded to 32 wildland fires, several flooding issues, and multiple single/multi-family home fires.  We understand the importance of the human-animal bond.  If you need to evacuate, DO NOT leave your pets behind!