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Local shelter will be taking in displaced dogs from Harvey

30 Août 2017

"Natural disasters of this scale can leave thousands of animals without homes and will easily overwhelm the ability of local shelters to care for pets", said Sharon Harmon, OHS President and CEO. Some reported that they didn't evacuate because they were unable to take their pets.

More than 100 dogs and cats from a Louisiana shelter arrived in San Diego this week to make room for pets affected by Hurricane Harvey. "We try our best to provide great care and a great commitment and put so much love towards them, they'll think it is home", said Leah Jackson, Animal Welfare Association.

The AAC said their weekend donations included a very large amount of towels, food, bedding, toys and a notable $1,000 donation from a citizen bringing in a stray dog.

"Some of the most heart-wrenching images we've seen are dogs tied to porches or crates left on steps which is a death sentence if flood waters continue to rise, said Angela Speed with the Wisconsin Humane Society".

Those who want to help animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey can do so by donating to The Humane Society.

"We're going to be flying all month", Smith said.

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"Of course, if we are able to help we will", Speed said.

And we're back now with more on the disaster in Texas and the unsafe mission to rescue stranded flood victims and their pets.

Shelters say they have heard reports of extensive lines of people surrendering their pets, so nearby shelters need to be ready for additional animal intake.

In Houston, boats don't just stop for stranded people. They blew up an air mattress and used a one-person kayak to transport their two dogs and cat.

AHS spokesman Zach Nugent stressed that the Minnesota team won't be taking animals that were lost during the flooding and who could be reunited with their Texas owners.

"From my understanding, all the volunteer people were only leaving animals in instances where they were aggressive", said Ms. Grissom. Almost 200 dogs and cats were taken in by San Antonio's Animal Care Services, including 30 dogs from a flooded shelter in Pleasanton.

Local shelter will be taking in displaced dogs from Harvey