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Emergency Pet Rescue and Disaster Relief

///Emergency Pet Rescue and Disaster Relief
Emergency Pet Rescue and Disaster Relief2017-06-29T14:49:55+00:00

Animal League America’s Emergency and Disaster Rescue Program safely evacuates animals out of harm’s way when disaster strikes.

Our dedicated team is always ready at a moment’s notice to help save animals’ lives, whether they are responding to national emergencies or natural disasters.

Learn about some our biggest Emergency Rescue and Disaster Relief Efforts:

Read About Our Emergency Rescue Efforts

As the Florida Panhandle recovers from the devastation caused by the record-breaking winds and flooding of Hurricane Michael, our Emergency Rescue Team headed south – equipped with a Mobile Rescue Unit stocked with food, water, litter, and essential supplies to aid the people and animals left in the storm’s unforgiving wake.
Our Emergency Rescue Team continues to assist our shelter partners in the Carolinas and the surrounding areas as they rebound from the devastation caused by Hurricane Florence. Late last week, the team drove three hours from Charlotte, North Carolina, where they were assisting with the live activation of NASCAR on NBC’s PUP SERIES near Charlotte Motor Speedway, to provide relief to the people and animals at Fayetteville Animal Protection Society.
Located just outside of Houston, Polk County SPCA has been pushed to the limit since Hurricane Harvey hit last year, with an abundance of homeless and displaced animals straining the no-kill shelter’s resources.
As Puerto Rico continues to slowly recover from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Animal League America collaborated with Save A Gato, a non-profit rescue based in Old San Juan, dedicated saving the lives of the cats of the old city.
As millions of Floridians continue to regroup after Hurricane Irma tore through the state last week, our Emergency Rescue Team is there to provide relief in any way possible.
As millions of Floridians continue to regroup after Hurricane Irma tore through the state last week, our Emergency Rescue Team is there to provide relief in any way possible.
Emergency Rescue Units deployed to assist partner shelter in wake of Hurricane Harvey arrive back from Houston with 57 shelter animals to make room for all of the displaced dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens separated from their families.