Cats Protection Inverurie
Hurricane Katrina
 

















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Photo by Troy Snow -- Best Friends Animal Society
Photo by Troy Snow -- Best Friends Animal Society

Update - An estimated 200,000 animals are still in New Orleans left by their owners who were forced to leave the hurricane battered and flooded city.

Read Dayna's personal account of her time with ARNO in November 2005 - A Journal Of My Work With Animal Rescue New Orleans

Hurricane Katrina is not only a human tragedy.

How can we help animal survivors of Hurricane Katrina?
What can we do to reunite hurricane victims with their beloved pets?

  • Donate money, pet food or supplies
  • Consider adopting a pet left homeless from this disaster
  • Think about providing a foster home for a temporarily displaced pet
  • Volunteer

Below is a list of organizations aiding in animal rescue and care in such disasters as Katrina. Their needs include seeking donations, volunteers, foster and/or adoptive families for these beloved companion animals.

Animal Rescue
New Orleans

Donate

Volunteers Required

 

The Cat Fanciers Association


IFAW -
Donate
 


ASPCA - American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals -


Best Friends Animal Society - Donate


Noah's Wish - Donate


American Humane Association - Donate


The Humane Society of the United States - Donate


North Shore Animal League America -


United Animal Nations -


Petfinder.com is working on a comprehensive database to aid pets affected by Hurricane Katrina, including a photo listing of all rescued pets. If you or someone you know is searching for a lost pet, be sure to visit this website.


LSU School of Veterinary Medicine is currently caring for and providing shelter for over 600 animal victims of the hurricane.


Hotlines - For Shelter Information

For New Orleans residents, forced to leave pets behind:
225-578-6111

For evacuees in Houston who need to find shelter for their pets:
713-802-0555

For Louisiana Residents:
888-773-6489

For Mississippi Residents:
800-252-0923

National Hotline - To Report Lost Pets
1-888-pets-911

 



 
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