Vets are working to make sure she's strong enough for the trip.
Interstate 5 was closed south of the Oregon border as snow fell to the floor of the Sacramento Valley and in a high mountain pass north of Los Angeles.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown declared a state of emergency across much of the state over the hot temperatures.
Just five weeks ago, temperatures soared in record-shattering hot weather that killed scores of the most vulnerable in June.
Gov. Kate Brown said fires were growing worse due to climate change. "They're hotter, they're more fierce, and obviously much more challenging to tackle."
Worsening heat waves and extreme weather events as a result of climate change are a big worry for wine growers.
Kate Brown said it was "absolutely unacceptable" that at least 95 people died during the phenomenal temperature surge.
In Oregon alone, at least 70 people have died in connection with last weekend's record-breaking heat.
The National Weather Service said the mercury reached 109F on Tuesday in Spokane — the highest temperature ever recorded there.
Temperature records are shattering across a region that rarely deals with intense heat.