The wolves were taken to kennels in Larimer County, according to W.O.L.F sanctuary spokesperson Michelle Proulx.
Proulx says 19 animals remain at the sanctuary, but have 'fire dens' to use as shelter. The dens are described as concrete underground bunkers accessible to the wolves.
Depending on the conditions Sunday, volunteers could go back to the sanctuary and retrieve the animals.
No additional voulteers are needed. Donations to help with the cost of care during the fire are welcomed.
For more information, visit http://www.wolfsanctuary.net/.
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