THE CCADT - GREATER TEHACHAPI VALLEY DIVISION IS RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH EMERGENCY ANIMAL SHELTERING FOR HOUSEHOLD PETS, LIVESTOCK & EQUINE DURING DISASTERS.
If you are interested in becoming part of a dynamic animal response team that assists Kern County Animal Services with emergency animal sheltering for displaced animals during disasters, don’t miss these two FREE workshops.
“CORE TRAINING - Introduction to the CCADT” and “THE BASICS OF EMERGENCY ANIMAL SHELTERING”
Date: Saturday, December 2, 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Check-in starts at 8:00 a.m.)
Location: Tehachapi Police Department
220 W. “C” Street, Tehachapi, CA
Please download the flyers for more information. Deadline to register is November 30, 2017. Limit 25 attendees.
10/12/17 - Wildland Fire Season Continues in the Central Valley During October
CCADT Responds with the Fresno County Sheriff's Office to the "Silver Fire" in Squaw Valley, CA
On October 11, 2017, the CCADT was deployed by the Sheriff's Office to assist with animal evacuations. An emergency animal shelter was opened at the Squaw Valley Rodeo Grounds. Several pet owners were helped in retrieving their pets out of their homes. Unfortunately, one resident lost his home and many pets. Three homes were destroyed.
"Railroad Fire" and "Mission Fire" Update - September 10, 2017
CCADT Demobilizes Small Animal Shelter At Oakhurst Community Center
The CCADT has demobilized the small animal shelter at the Oakhurst Community Center - Pavilion Bldg located next door to where our community partner, Red Cross had set-up an evacuation shelter. We helped 76 pets stay out of harms way. Thank you to the Madera County Sheriff's Office, Animal Control, and the many CCADT volunteers who helped staff the shelter.
The Coarsegold Rodeo Grounds has also been deactivated for large animals.