The Humane Society of United States is taking action to
give animals affected by Hurricane Sandy a safe place to be in, such as many
pet-friendly shelters in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut,
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
Based on previous experiences like Hurricane
Katrina, they are working since the beginning of the storm and will continue
for the next few days, when they expect the number of calls for help to rise.
America Human Association also prepared a
82-foot truck as well as rescue boats, food and medical supplies in order to
keep animals safe and cared for throughout the disaster. The Wildlife
Conservation Society has mobilized itself as well, participating on the
evaluation and rescue of animals living at Zoos and Aquariums.
Many animals and
their owners suffer from anxiety and panic as well as the stress of being
separated from one another during these moments of high danger and uncertainty.
It is important for a place to exist where the whole family is safe and can
|Red Star Rescue emergency services teams are helping to save and shelter animals iof Hurricane Sandy. Picture examiner.com|
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