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Disaster Relief for Pets
WEATHER/DISASTER FOLLOWUPS
Family pleads to reclaim pets
People, pets rescued from waterlogged neighborhood
Pets Rescued During Hurricane Katrina Still Need A Home
Do you think pets should be allowed in hurricane shelters?
Katrina pet story has happy ending RESCUED DOG REUNITED WITH NEW ORLEANS OWNER
Who are pets' real owners after Katrina left them homeless?
PET EVACUATION ISSUES
Microchip pets to find them in event of crisis
Keeping your pet safe during storms
Protect pet in storm by registering now

Owners get more time to recover refugee pets
Pets will find shelter in storms
Pet bill passes
California bill would require evacuation plans for pets, livestock
Refugee pets, owners may get reprieve
Many won't evacuate without their pets
Many won't go without pets if US evacuation called
Officials urge residents to prepare pets for hurricanes
State To Pet Owners: Have A Hurricane Plan

Some tips for disaster planning for pets, livestock and wildlife:
Pet owners urged: Plan now for storms
US House passes law to include pets in emergency plans
County Creates Hurricane Pet Shelter
Preparing Pets for Disaster
Noah's Wish Issues Alert to Pet Owners in Flooded New England: Make an Evacuation Plan Before It's Too Late0
  DONATION PROGRAMS - HOW YOU CAN HELP
Volunteers Still Needed - ARNO  (Read More...)
Steps to Helping Evacuees Find Lost Pets (Read More...)
Call For Help (Read More...)
List of Organizations Helping With Pet Rescues (Read More...)
How to help the animals devastated by Katrina. (Read More...)

Lynell Batiste, left, Kewana Batiste carries Timmy, and Adelaine Perkins carries Princess. The girls had evacuated out of their home earlier to the fire station in Lacombe, La. but decided to go back and get their pets on Monday,  August 29, 2005 in Baton Rouge, La.
(Mark Saltz / Baton Rouge Advocate)

HSUS UPDATES
HSUS Press releases, circulating emails, etc.(Read More...)
WEATHER/DISASTER FOLLOWUPS
A Never Ending Storm for Katrina's Lost Animals...(Read More...)
Pets Rescued During Hurricane Katrina Still Need A Home
Do you think pets should be allowed in hurricane shelters?
Katrina pet story has happy ending RESCUED DOG REUNITED WITH NEW ORLEANS OWNER
Who are pets' real owners after Katrina left them homeless?



Although the stuffed animals are more than likely placed props
 (they are clean)  there is a very important point here:

written on the door is : 9/19/05 1 dog here still!
image source: flikr.com:

LET'S NOT LET THIS HAPPEN AGAIN!

PET EVACUATION ISSUES
Refugee pets, owners may get reprieve
Many won't evacuate without their pets
Many won't go without pets if US evacuation called
Officials urge residents to prepare pets for hurricanes
State To Pet Owners: Have A Hurricane Plan

Some tips for disaster planning for pets, livestock and wildlife:
Pet owners urged: Plan now for storms
US House passes law to include pets in emergency plans
County Creates Hurricane Pet Shelter
Preparing Pets for Disaster
Noah's Wish Issues Alert to Pet Owners in Flooded New England: Make an Evacuation Plan Before It's Too Late


Al Duvernay (left) lowers Rusty the dog into his boat while rescuing people stranded by Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters August 30, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
image source: National Geographic:

2005 NEWS
New Leash On Life Efforts    (Read More...)
HURRICANE RITA - URGENT - CRATES NEEDED    (Read More...)
REPORT FROM KATRINA RESCUER _ VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED -    (Read More...)
RESCUED by Dr. Jenny Conrad  (Read More...)
One Group of Over 1500 Volunteers Help Rescue Efforts  (Read More...)
Volunteer vets head efforts to rescue pets in Katrina aftermath (Read More...)
He Wouldn't Leave His Dog Behind  (Read More...)
Hurricane Katrina -- Pets & Animals Donation Request!  (Read More...)
300 Rescued Dogs Coming by Plane  (Read More...)
EQUITE RESCUE:  A Group Effort in Louisiana  (Read More...)
Pets Are a  Part of Katrina Story:  How To  Help  (Read More...)
   


After an hour, this frog attached himself to the window in order to seek shelter. I could hear the croaking during the storm


source: flikr.com:









Call the toll-free number above, enter your everyday phone number, and then record a message.  Other people who know your everyday phone number (even if it doesn't work anymore) can call Emergency Voicemail, enter the phone number they associate with you, and hear your message. You can also search for messages left by people whose phone numbers you know.
www.airamericaradio.com

Air America Radio's Public Voicemail is a way for disconnected people to communicate in the wake of Katrina.


Click banner to be directed to Hurricane Katrina News

Don't let this happen again!



watch slideshows:

Somewhere Out There -
Missing Katrina Pets
Heartbreaking images of pets still missing

Animal Intake
Thanks to New Leash On Life


Yahoo
 Slideshow of Rescue Efforts

Touching images (99) of the animals trapped in the floods and of the heroic rescue efforts being made

In the wake of the recent natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes, heavy rainfalls, flash floods, etc)...

NOW MORE THAN EVER IS THE
 TIME TO
ADOPT!

Check out your local shelters, rescue organizations and veterinarian clinics.  There are many animals available for adoption on-line
ADOPT

LESSON LEARNED:
ALWAYS SPECIFY ON YOUR DONATION CHECKS:
When making a donation to any charity, rescue effort, etc learn from the Katrina disaster relief efforts.   Make a note in the memo line of your checks where you expect your money to be applied - ie. "Hurricane Katrina Disaster", "Disaster Relief" "Specific animal's operation", etc.  If you do not your donation may stay be processed for something entirely not in your intentions. 


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