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Hundreds of dogs and cats are being rescued from Hurricane Dorian. Here’s how to help

The Brandywine Valley SPCA in Delaware has been a central point for the rescue operations. The animals are being taken to shelters across the Northeast and prepared for adoption.

GRACE HAUCK: ‘As Hurricane Dorian continues its march along the East Coast, disaster response groups are evacuating homeless animals from shelters in the path of the storm. Many are now up for adoption. On Tuesday, 191 cats and dogs were airlifted out of South Carolina to Delaware thanks to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Wings of Rescue, a volunteer pilot group. The animals were moved from shelters at risk of flooding, which also made space for local pets affected by the storm, the SPCA said… The Humane Society of the United States has also coordinated several large animal evacuations…

The Brandywine Valley SPCA branch in Delaware has been a central point for the rescue operations… The animals are being taken to shelters across the Northeast and prepared for adoption… When you adopt a local pet or an animal evacuated from the hurricane zone, you’re not just giving your pet a new home – you’re also making room in the shelter for another animal…

In the Bahamas, where the death toll from Hurricane Dorian’s strike on the archipelago has risen to 20, several national and international organizations have teamed up to coordinate animal relief efforts, according to a post by the Bahamas Humane Society… The shelter is continuing to pursue search efforts and reuniting animals with owners who boarded their pets at the shelter during the storm… These are the U.S. shelters are housing animals evacuated from affected areas and preparing them for adoption. Please help’. SOURCE…

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