CHP Rescues Runaway Llama During Wildfires in Sonoma County

The North Bay wildfires caused damage to a llama's corral in Sonoma County. Luckily, Animal Control Officer, Cathey McCafferty, and CHP Officer, Custodio Lopez, worked together to fix the fence and herd the llama back to safety.

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A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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CHP Golden Gate
A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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CHP Golden Gate
A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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CHP Golden Gate
A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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CHP Golden Gate
A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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CHP Golden Gate
A CHP officer assisted an Animal Control officer in fixing a fence damaged by the North Bay wildfires to herd a wandering llama back to its corral. (October 11, 2017)
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