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Franki Williams

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Franki Williams is the marketing coordinator at the Humane Society of Ventura County.

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When an animal shelter becomes an evacuation center for a fast-burning wildfire, the noise and hustle hits a whole new level.

Animal shelters are now critical evacuation centers

When an animal shelter becomes an evacuation center for a fast-burning wildfire, the noise and hustle hits a whole new level.

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It looks like Noah's Ark at the Humane Society of Ventura County in downtown Ojai.

Donkeys, pigs and pythons among the Thomas Fire evacuees

It looks like Noah's Ark at the Humane Society of Ventura County in downtown Ojai.

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