11 cats killed in fire at animal foster home

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The Associated Press

PENSACOLA — Officials say a fire at an animal foster home in Florida left 11 cats dead.

Local media reports that the fire occurred Sunday morning.

Animal Allies posted on Facebook that the cat house was severely damaged.

The Pensacola Fire Department responded to the fire. Rescue workers found and relocated eight of the cats. One cat was revived in the emergency room, and another was reported missing.

No humans were in the house at the time of the fire. The cause of the fire wasn’t immediately reported.

Animal Allies is accepting monetary donations and donations of supplies. Monetary donations can be made via PayPal here on the Facebook page or website: aaflorida.org/info/donate Donations can also be made directly to the veterinary clinics with Animal Allies accounts.

Chemstrand Oaks Vet: 850-474-1922

Ferry Pass Vet: 850-478-0287

Hillman Veterinary Clinic: 850-433-2812

Several businesses and people are willing to accept donations on behalf of the shelter. You can drop off donations at the following locations.

 •Chemstrand Oaks Veterinary Hospital, 10229 Chemstrand Rd, Pensacola

•Ferry Pass Animal Hospital, 8065 N 9th Ave, Pensacola

•Hillman Veterinary Clinic, 2101 N Palafox St Pensacola

•Breathe Yoga and Wellness Center, 505 Adams St, Pensacola

•Sassafras Salvage Company, 280 Airport Blvd, Pensacola

•Steve Taylor Massage and Wellness, 4590 Isabella Ingram Dr, Pensacola

•Volunteer Mary Stevens’ house, 9520 N Palafox, Pensacola

•Volunteer Gregg Faust’s house,198 Saint John St, Pensacola

•Alyssa’s Antique Depot, 4586 Chumuckla Highway, Pace

•Lou’s Marine, 3408 Gulf Breeze Pkwy

•All About Grooming, 3037 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze

•Volunteer Melanie Oberlander’s house, 2213 Frontera Street, Navarre


You can also donate using Amazon Smile. Find more info at aaflorida.org/info/donate


Oxygen concentrator


Purina One Kitten Dry food

Fancy Feast wet food

Temptation cat treats

Cat Litter (any clumping litter is fine)

Shallow stainless steel, glass, or ceramic bowls

Cat trees

Cat condos

Cat scratchers

Cat toys, especially laser lights

High-sided Litterboxes

Blankets, comforters, towels

Seresto flea collars



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