Alton Palencia, 33, grabs some complementary coffee and breakfast from Ralph's on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017. His family slept in the store's parking lot. Photo by Beatriz E. Valenzuela, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG

Judy Harris didn’t know where to turn when Corona police came to her door Monday night and ordered her to leave because the Canyon fire had gotten too close to her San Clemente Circle home.
“I have my cats and my chicken and I left,” said Harris in her distinctive New York twang.
Harris, her cats, her chicken — Tweety Bird — and several of her neighbors ended up in the parking lot of a Ralphs grocery store, uncertain of what to do and where to go. But they soon realized, they picked the right spot.
“(Ralphs) told us last night, ‘If you’re hungry, take anything you’d like,’ ” Harris recalled Tuesday, adding that employees only asked for the barcodes off the items so they could keep track for inventory.
Alton Palencia, 33, and his parents were also displaced and all ended up in the parking lot as well.
“They were really cool,” Palencia said …