Florida volunteers help animals impacted by Hurricane Ida


The responding group will spend three weeks lending a hand with the care of greater than 1,500 animals impacted by the hurricane on the Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter.

“While Hurricane Ida made landfall several weeks ago, local shelters, pet owners, and animals are continuing to experience the impact of the devastation it left behind,” ASPCA Disaster Response Director Susan Anderson stated.

The animals at the moment beneath the shelter’s care are believed to belong to homeowners who had been compelled to evacuate forward of the storm. According to a press launch, volunteers will keep to help the animals all through the rest of the yr. 

All animals will even be reunited with their households except surrendered, by which case, they are going to be positioned in new properties.