The smokey air that hangs over wildfire zones and the surrounding counties can make humans hack and heave, especially during physical activity. Animals are no different.
Many animals in Sonoma and Napa counties were evacuated when the blazes began Sunday night. Some livestock were left behind and are now in need of food and water.
Dr. John Madigan and his team from the UC Davis veterinary school were in Santa Rosa Wednesday looking for animals suffering from smoke inhalation.
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