Peninsula Humane Society still taking in injured or abandoned wild animals

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The COVID-19 lockdown doesn’t mean there’s no help for wild animals in distress.

The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is still caring for wild animals during the public shelter-in-place order. The organization says members of the public can still bring injured or abandoned animals to its shelter at 1450 Rollins Road in Burlingame.

Once you are arrive at the building, call (650) 787-3609 or (650) 340-7022 ext 456 and a staff member will meet you outside to pick up the animal.

That same center on Rollins Road remains open for adoptions by appointment only.

For more information and updates, visit PHS/SPCA on its website and Facebook.