PLYMOUTH — The Amador County Fair is accepting animals for shelter from the “Sand Fire” and has taken in several horses with rabbits, chickens and kittens on the way. The annual Amador County Fair was in progress through Sunday, July 27, however stalls and pens were prepared for possible incoming animals.
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The primary shelter is the El Dorado County Fair. The fair is working closely with emergency operations agencies including the Amador County Animal Control.
Residents with animals that need shelter are asked to contact the fair office at 209-245-6921 if possible to advise the fair staff what their needs are.