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Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch holding memorial service for animals that died in the North Bay fires

Dr. Katie McKenzie checks on a cat that has been nicknamed "Davis" who suffered burned during the Tubbs fire. Photo taken at Sonoma County Animal Services in Santa Rosa, on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. (BETH SCHLANKER/ The Press Democrat)

ALLIE PORTER,

Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch is organizing a memorial ceremony for all animals, domestic or wild, that fell victim to the October wildfires that rampaged through Napa and Sonoma counties. The event will be held Sunday, Dec. 17 from 2-4 p.m. at Silverado Resort & Spa (600 Atlas Peak Road).

“Many animals lost their lives during the fire tragedy. So many of those animals that died are never mentioned and we felt it important to honor their lives,” said Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch co-founder Monica Stevens.

Napa County Board of Supervisors Chair Belia Ramos will be officiating along with Cal Fire Capt. Jake White, Dr. Claudia Saunders of the Napa Community Animal Response team, director of the Suscol Intertribal Council, Charlie Toledo, and author Dr. Will Tuttle.

For more information, visit jamesonanimalrescueranch.org.

This story has been updated to show the correct date for the event, Sunday Dec. 17.