Pets

September 25, 2015 5:01 PM

UC Davis veterinarians treating dozens of pets badly burned in California wildfires

The veterinary hospital has taken in more than 40 animals critically burned in Butte, Valley fires

Most of victims are cats with burned faces, paws

Hospital seeks donations to help cover cost

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