By Matt Stephens
Free Press Publishing 

Veterinarian taking care of rescued pets


Last updated 8/25/2023 at 12:10pm

Matthew O. Stephens

Cheney Veterinary Clinic Technician Lillian Nowlin, left, and Assistant Manager Marrisa Dormaier prepare to get a kitten - temporarily named Blaze - health care and cleaning. The kitten was rushed to Cheney Vet Clinic workers by a Spokane County Sheriff's Office deputy Aug. 22.

CHENEY - A local veterinary clinic has been assisting the ongoing animal rescue efforts after the Gray Fire.

Many animals went missing or escaped when the fire ripped through Medical Lake neighborhoods Friday, Aug. 18.

In the days since, a volunteers have come together to rescue, treat and reunite animals with their families.

According to Cheney Veterinary Clinic technician Lillian Nowlin and Assstant Manager Marrisa Dormaier, hundreds of animals have needed rescue and treatment following the fire.

She said the business couldn't just stand by and watch.

"We immediately extended our ho...

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