EUGENE, Ore. -- The Greenhill Humane Society is taking care of dozens of animals affected by the fires.
Community engagement coordinator Megan Brezovar said Greenhill had to transfer their adoptable animals to the Oregon Humane Society in order to make room for animals that had to be evacuated.
"We are in it for the long term to make sure everyone is healthy and safe while we all get through this," Brezovar said.
Right now, Greenhill is housing 75 pets and is sending in escorted staff to wildfire areas to help rescue other animals. They are also taking donated animal food to hotels where evacuees are staying with their animals.
Greenhill is grateful for the donations they've received not only from the community, but from animal medicine manufacturers who donated medical supplies for the injured animals.