Calif. city's firefighters add lifesaving gear for pets

08/7/2011 | Pasadena Star-News (Calif.)

The fire department in Monterey Park, Calif., has added lifesaving oxygen masks and equipment for domestic animals to several of its rigs, a move the department says can help both pets and people heal in the aftermath of a fire. "When people lose their homes to fires and other disasters, knowing that first responders are there to help prevent them from losing a loved one (furry or not) can be the greatest gift of all," the department said in a statement.

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