Monday, October 17, 2005

Surely We Can Help Jack

Lots of good info coming out on Katrina Rescue. I have had to slow down on the Posts and will update the blog Every few days. I have some good stuff coming...and you can always post your "comments" in the most recent post.

If you want to see the best animal rescue Pictures go to -- Click here and each days post has great Pics. Warning the Post "UNFORGIVABLE Endings" is dead animals. I would skip it if you do not want to see images like that (just don't click on that post)


For the next few days can we help Jack?



Jack would prefer year round warm weather as he needs bathed/washed off several times per day. Will look at any reasonable option. Post any ideas in comments for foster mom and shelter to pursue. Please forward this to anyone who you think could help.

Call 508-867-5525 and speak with Foster mom if you are dead serious about adopting Jack. But read below first to understand Jacks unique needs.


Jack's situation is URGENT! Jack needs a new home as soon as possible. He will not be able to stay in his current foster home once the cold sets in and due to his disability, returning to the shelter is not an option.

Jack is a 2 year old purebred yellow Labby boy! We are looking for a very special home for this wonderful young dog because he is disabled. Back in October of 2004, Jack suffered a fibro-cartilaginous embolism (FCE) - basically a stroke in his spinal column near his tail. He has come a long way since then. His strength and mobility improves a little more each day and he walks pretty well now. A simple wag of his tail brings us great joy! He is currently in foster care and he loves to play with balls, play tug, chase cats, bugs, squirrels, and anything else that moves. Because of his disability, he feels vulnerable around other dogs and therefore doesn’t like them. He would be very happy placed as an only pet! He adores the kids in his foster home who are 6 and up. Jack has so much love in him and we are trying to find an owner that is willing to accept him with his disabilities. Jack's perfect home would be one with a walk out basement or level home as he can't handle stairs or high steps. He will still drag himself if he gets too excited. His new owners will need to be committed to taking him out every 3-4 hours during the day so he can relieve himself because he still has some incontinence problems. He is on a strict feeding schedule which helps keep him regular. He has been very successful staying dry at night as well. His skin will need to be cared for on an ongoing basis since he is prone to scrapes and urine burns in his condition. A Doggon' Wheels cart was donated to Jack by Jen from PA whose had purchased one for her dog! He is adjusting to the cart quite well and we think that its use will make him more adoptable as he can go use it on multiple surfaces! He is very strong in his front end and has the power to easily pull himself around. Jack is very affectionate and he's also a good watch dog. His foster mom is currently working with a trainer to brush up on Jack's obedience skills. We are hoping that someone out there will open their heart and home to this young boy! Jack is in foster care with Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield, MA. If you are interested in adopting Jack, Call 508-867-5525 and speak with Foster mom.

More info on Jack:
http://www.secondchanceanimals.org/SCAS_jack.htm

Fill out the Application on at this link -- Click here

Can't adopt Jack? why not help out with another animal at www.secondchance.org

**Pictures of the Day**
I think this is Jane Garrison. The Mayor would tell these dogs are delirious and the State Vet would tell you Jane is contracting the plague at this moment and will be dead by tomorrow. Have I told you how fond I am of the State Vet?





Here is Billy and I at the airport before the trip. All the stuff on the cart is my luggage. That little white bag is all Billy brought and I swear it is the truth. If you are new to the blog you probably have not heard how I called Billy at 8Pm the night before and told him he was going on an airplane. That is all I told him. He had not been on one since 1987 and didn't believe me when I told him we didn't need paper tickets. His ID was expired so they interviewed him for 30 minutes at security. I had him carry on a bag which had a hammer and some other things that they confiscated. I had to stop him from smoking on the plane. Those little badges are official "animal evacuation team" badges made by Francis my designer.

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At 12:53 PM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

I just received an email reply from Jane Garrison who is still out "in the field". Since I cannot get out there to help I asked what I could do from here and what supplies she needed. I have a list and an address to ship them to. If anyone else is interested in helping her just email me and I'll send you the info she sent me.
sidhewlf@crosslink.net
Thanx for the post space Eric!

 
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At 2:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

many of the places, like Pets with Disabilities, etc. to no avail.Regarding his incontinence, there are doggie diapers which would make that issue much easier.I think Home for Life(in Stillwater, MN) is his best option and they are receptive but full until Winter or maybe Spring so even if we could find another good foster until they could take him.When/if they do take him he will need sponsors to support him. IT would be a good life there

 
At 2:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Washington DC event

Hurricane Heroes
Film Screening and Panel:
Please join us for a screening of the Animal Planet
documentary, Hurricane Heroes, which features The Washington
Animal Rescue League, followed by a question-answer session.
October 19, 2005
Time: 7:30-9:30 p.m.
American University Wechsler Theater 3rd Floor Mary Graydon
Center 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW

Hurricane Heroes is a powerful documentary about those who
are working so hard to rescue Hurricane Katrina's four-legged
victims. WARL's executive director, Scotlund Haisley, as well as
HSUS's Wayne Pacelle and a hurricane victim recently reunited
with his cat, Wayne Mancuse, will talk afterwards and answer
questions about their experiences in the Gulf Region.

 
At 2:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

many of the places, like Pets with Disabilities, etc. to no avail.Regarding his incontinence, there are doggie diapers which would make that issue much easier.I think Home for Life(in Stillwater, MN) is his best option and they are receptive but full until Winter or maybe Spring so even if we could find another good foster until they could take him.When/if they do take him he will need sponsors to support him. IT would be a good life there

 
At 2:08 PM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

Hey I rescued Wayne Mancuses cat for him. Small World. Eric

 
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At 2:26 PM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

Yea!..way to go Eric-it is a small world!

 
At 2:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 2:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Article of interest
by ResQEffort, 10/17/05 15:32 ET
Animal activists: Pet rescue efforts coming too late10/17/2005Las Vegas SunBenjamin Grove
WASHINGTON -- Six weeks after Hurricane Katrina, animal activists say it is too late for a point person to coordinate pet rescue efforts, a request made last month by Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev.

Ensign sent the request to President Bush in a Sept. 14 letter. On Sept. 28, the veterinarian-turned-lawmaker flew to Louisiana to examine the animal rescue efforts for himself. Adm. Thad Allen, who is coordinating federal relief efforts, told Ensign that he would name a point person to coordinate pet rescue in both southeast and southwest Louisiana, Ensign said.

But it is not clear that the Federal Emergency Management Agency ever followed through on the request. In recent days, two veterinarians with the U.S. Public Health Service -- Capt. Patricia Brown and Capt. William Stokes -- were assigned to keep tabs on animal welfare issues with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry's office of animal health services, FEMA spokesman Len DeCarlo said.

But that came too late for the appointments to do much good, animal activists said.

Ensign was unavailable for comment Thursday and Friday.

Brown, who is based in Maryland, said she had served as the point person for a two-week rotation in Louisiana, and had just handed the job to another public health service officer, veterinarian Stephanie Ostrowski. Brown said the pet rescues had been a team effort and that several people had served as team leaders.

Two major pet rescue centers in Gonzales, La., and Hattiesburg, Miss., have served their purpose and closed, activists said. With the flood waters mostly pumped from the streets, residents are now being encouraged to return to New Orleans.

More than 5,000 pets went through the larger of the two shelters, in the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales, and more than 2,500 went through the Hattiesburg shelter, said Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States. About 700 pets were reunited with their owners and the rest went to other local shelters or into arranged foster care, he said.

Not long after people were rescued in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, media reports were filled of stories of the pets left behind. Animal relief groups scrambled to save animals as best they could, sometimes making massive "food drops" in neighborhoods to help keep scavenging dogs and cats alive.

There are no reliable estimates of how many pets were left to wander the streets, or how many perished. There have been at least two reports of authorities shooting animals, one captured on video by a Dallas Morning News staffer and posted on its website this week.

Hurricane Katrina taught valuable lessons, activists said.

Perhaps the most important, Pacelle said, is that the federal government needs a specific plan to rescue pets in the next disaster.

Benjamin Grove is the Sun's Washington bureau chief. He can be reached at (202) 662-7436 or by e-mail atgrove@lasvegassun.com.

 
At 4:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Katrina evacuees go to great lengths to reunite with pets

By CHRISTINE S. DIAMOND, The Lufkin Daily News

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Curled up on her bunk in a corner of the stark dormitory at Lufkin's evacuation shelter, 74-year-old Bertha Huff answered honestly as a stranger spotted her and asked if there was anything she needed.

Life would be a whole lot better if only she could have her dog back, the New Orleans refugee answered truthfully.

"It was hard," she said. "She's the only company I have — I'm a widow, and I've always had a dog."

As fate would have it, the volunteer inquiring was Rhonda McClendon — Lufkin's city animal control director.

"It was very strange how it happened," McClendon said. "I was delivering a message to someone in the dorm."

As McClendon wound her way amongst the maze of numbered metal bunkbeds in the concrete co-ed rooms, she spotted the little lady from New Orleans.

"Mom was in a corner bunk of the Pentecostal Campgrounds dormitory," said Sharon Huff, Bertha's daughter. "Rhonda really had to be looking for someone to help."

And only her mother could have hooked up with someone who had the connections to most efficiently help, said Sharon.

"My mama put about five people on this dog," she said.

"I felt terrible, they'd lost so much already, and then their dogs," said McClendon who had immediately begun helping both Huff women find their dogs.

|Canine Companions Taken from Owners|

Less than two months ago Bertha and her 8-pound poodle, Tia, evacuated from their home in east New Orleans to her daughter's uptown New Orleans home 30 minutes away.

"We initially stayed," Sharon said, adding that Hurricane Katrina left her own home unscathed. "The sun was shining, and we went out to assess the damage. Water went down quickly, and it was bone dry."

Soon, however, someone noted the return of floodwaters rapidly rising above Sharon's tires — leaving them stranded.

"Just that fast it was over my tires," Sharon said.

As the waters continued to rise, a neighbor brought a boat to their door to carry them to a house on higher ground across the street. They filled the boat with canned goods, pet food and other supplies before setting off.

"We thought the water would subside," Sharon said, and they camped out at the neighbor's home for four days.

By the second day the waters were eight feet high. Listening to news reports on a battery operated radio, the Huffs and their neighbors learned of the breaks to the levee in the 17th Street Canal.

"We had to go to Plan C," Sharon said, describing the group's decision to board their little boat in search of safety.

Their voyage through Sharon's neighborhood was "spooky," she said, as water-filled streets and empty homes resembled a ghost town.

Their voyage ended at dry land outside Tulane University where a state trooper inquired of their plans. As her mother offered the trooper bottled water, the group said they were headed for the aerial evacuation stage at Oschner Hospital 15 miles away.

"We'd heard on the radio of the horrendous stories at the Superdome," Sharon said. And "we didn't want to get caught out there at dark. The trooper got a good samaritan to carry us all to the hospital."

Once there, they learned the air-evacuations had ceased and were rerouted to Metairie — a suburb of New Orleans. There they spent the night on a field near buses that had started their engines at 4 a.m.

By this time, their two canine companions had become agitated.

"My dog was barking quite a bit," Sharon said of her 18-month-old mixed breed, Nina.

The group approached a woman who was with a leashed dog and learned she was with Jefferson Parish Animal Control.

"She said no dogs were accepted on the buses," Sharon said. "My 17-year-old son, Chavez Madison, wanted to turn Nina over."

Handing over Nina's leash they were given only verbal reassurances — no receipt or identification number.

"Mama was adamant to keep Tia — she had a plan to sneak her on the bus," Sharon said. "When mom used to go on trips she would take Tia to a kennel and she would not eat. So we'd tell her to leave (Tia) at home and we'd care for her, and she'd still not eat."

Finally, Bertha agreed to relinquish her beloved Tia — "giving the dirty work" to Sharon.

"It was really hard," Bertha said of her decision.

"I know dogs are sensitive — (Tia) was trembling the whole time," Sharon said as she appealed to the Jefferson Parish Animal Control employee. "I said, 'Look, I care about my dog but this dog here is special, y'all have to please reassure me she'll not get lost in the system.'"

The woman told Sharon she had been at her job for 20 years without a problem.

"I thought, 'please don't let this be the year there is,'" Sharon recalled . Again, no receipt was given, but Sharon collected as much information as she could from the woman.

Unencumbered by their pets, the family of three was finally allowed to board a bus.

"It's a miracle we got out of there," Huff said. "You hear about family who were separated. It could have been worse."

"We didn't have a clue where we were going, we just got in line," Sharon said. "The bus driver said Texas was all he knew. We found out Lufkin was the destination when we got here."

The bus carried them straight to the Pentecostal Campgrounds which served as Lufkin's first shelter and was where the Huffs spent their first week as evacuees.

|Tracking Down Tia and Nina|

After settling in at the evacuation shelter off Highway 59 just south Lufkin, the Huffs tried to re-establish contact with their pets by telephone and Internet.

"We called and couldn't get an answer," Sharon said, knowing the phone lines were down.

On their third day in Lufkin they began looking for the promised online pet pictures, she said.

"I understand they had a lot on their plate but (the Jefferson Parish woman) had said three days and it took a week before even a Web page was up," Sharon said.

McClendon helped the family establish contact with two shelters — Best Friends and St. Francis Animal Sanctuary — in Mississippi where many of the New Orleans pets had been evacuated to.

"St. Francis Animal Sanctuary was where we were hoping they were — we were checking every day," McClendon said. Telephone challenges thwarted direct contact with these facilities as well.

They sifted through thousands of online pet pictures every day, McClendon said. She also helped Bertha and Sharon fill out extensive questionnaires about their pets. While both dogs were wearing the rabies tags, it wasn't until after the fact that they were injected with micro-chips.

Finally McClendon spoke with Best Friends' member Denise in Utah who networked with Best Friends affiliates in Mississippi and ultimately tracked both Tia and Nina to St. Francis Animal Sanctuary, a shelter down the street from Best Friends shelter in Tylertown, Miss.

A Lufkin woman volunteered to drive Sharon to Mississippi to retrieve the two animals.

"She said, 'I know how much that dog means to your mom, I'll drive you,'" repeated Sharon.

On the way to Mississippi, the women took a three-hour detour to Sharon's home in New Orleans, or as she put it "a sneak peek." Her front door sealed tight — swollen from floodwaters — Sharon entered through the windows to find chaos.

"The water was gone, but you could see the water mark at 8 feet. You could see mold all over. The fridge and other big furniture had been turned over. My 56-inch TV was lying face down."

Her own yearbook had floated off the bookshelf, she noted with a sad sense of closure as she grabbed her son's baby book hastily left — overcome by the smell and fumes.

"My eyes were burning, and I realized I shouldn't be in there," Sharon said. "There was still no electricity."

At that time, access to her mother's part of town was sill closed off, she said. As of early October, officials had given the OK for residents of New Orleans' east-side neighborhoods to visit their homes. Bertha's expectations weren't high, based on televised news reports from the area. Her neighborhood was built 80 years ago on top of an old landfill.

"They say all that will now have to be bulldozed," Bertha said.

In Tylertown, they found Nina awaiting them at the shelter as promised. After much searching, though, Sharon said shelter employees informed them that Tia had been inadvertently flown to San Francisco with a marine humane society.

Sharon called her mother and McClendon with the news.

"It was more red-tape at that point," McClendon said, as once more Bertha Huff was asked to fill out even more questionnaires.

Bertha admitted that three weeks following Hurricane Katrina she had finally begun to believe she'd never see her pet again.

Their mission halfway successful, they turned around to rejoin Bertha in Lufkin, listening to reports of a new hurricane evacuation now under way.

"Now, Rita is on the way," Sharon said and before they knew it, they had become a part of a second hurricane evacuation — stalled in traffic 80 miles away from Lufkin. What should have taken less than an hour and a half ended up taking five hours.

It was Wednesday after Hurricane Rita when mother and daughter drove to Houston to reunite with Tia. Aware of little Tia's heart murmur, a San Francisco shelter volunteer personally escorted Tia to Houston. By the time their plane landed, Tia's story had become common knowledge amongst her fellow passengers.

"I'll bet that was very special," McClendon said of the personal escort and complimentary airfare. "This whole thing has been very unusual."

That night, back in Lufkin, Tia's jubilant owner wasn't about to give up her little friend again, so the tiny dog was smuggled into the dorms for the night at the evacuation shelter.

Every day since then, the Huffs have driven across town in their Allstate rental car to the city's animal shelter to spend a few hours exercising their dogs.

|Smuggled Canine|

The Huffs weren't the only evacuees tempted to smuggle a pet rather than give it up. Eric and Donna Slugher managed to keep the existence of their little Chihuahua under wraps until just outside Lufkin.

Also from eastside New Orleans, the Slughers had evacuated to Lakeside Hospital where Slugher's brother worked and pet refugees were welcome. They stayed there without electricity, food or water until being air-lifted out to the Causeway Bridge five days later. Their troubles didn't end at the bridge on Interstate 10, though.

"We spent three days there in that heat," Eric said until finally at 11 a.m. Saturday a bus to somewhere stopped and opened its doors. Seeing others forced to give up their pets, Eric said, "I shoved her in my bag, and we just held her on the bus with us."

All of 15 pounds, the 17-year-old Chihuahua named ChiChi made it on board unnoticed.

"My wife felt bad. She thought we wouldn't get away with it," Eric said. With no children of their own, ChiChi is family, he said. "That's my baby."

Throughout the long bus ride, speculation to their destination volleyed from Houston to Dallas to San Antonio. Lufkin, he said, was never mentioned.

"We did not know where we were going. This place was a surprise," Eric said. "I'm glad it turned out this way."

Just outside Lufkin the bus was stopped at a security point and all its passengers sent through metal detectors to check for weapons, Eric said. That's when a police officer told the Slughers they would have to give ChiChi up. The officer gave the couple the phone number for the Lufkin Animal Shelter where ChiChi was being taken.

Lufkin residents volunteered to give the Slughers rides to the shelter to visit ChiChi — which caused the couple to ponder their well-being in the hands of complete strangers.

"I thought about it and decided 'I have to trust somebody,'" Eric said. "Everyone was great around here."

After the city donated several hundred bus passes to shelter residents, the Slughers began commuting across town by trolley each day to visit their pet at the shelter, "to make sure the dog won't forget us — they have feelings, too."

In the future, Eric said those administering evacuations need to find a way to keep pets and people together, and to do otherwise is simply "like separating families from their children."

|A Lufkin Beginning|

The Slughers and the Huffs have now visited their former homes and met with insurance agents. Knowing it will be a long time before they can return to their native city, they have chosen to rent or buy property with backyards for pets in the city that cared for them — Lufkin.

"I love Lufkin," said Eric, a former school bus driver. His brother, the hospital employee, relocated to Hawaii. "He was renting so it is easier for him to just pick up and go."

The couple has already found a temporary rental home not far from the animal shelter, Eric noted.

The Huffs, who had transferred to Southside Baptist Church evacuation shelter, are also looking for a new home with a back yard.

Acquaintances in Houston urged her to relocate, Sharon said, but stories she heard from fellow evacuees coming out of Houston left her grateful for five-minute lines as opposed to five-hour lines.

"I'm like 'God, thank you! I'm in the right place,'" said Sharon, a former legal secretary. And "my son is adjusting very well to school. My first concern is my mom and son."

Chavez Madison has made the transition from playing high school football and soccer to playing on Lufkin High School's basketball team.

|Lufkin's Part|

"Lufkin Animal Control took in about 10 evacuees' animals from Hurricane Katrina and are still holding three," McClendon said.

Hurricane Rita, on the other hand, brought a surge of pets with 450 evacuees needing their pets boarded.

"We had dogs, cats, goats, rabbits, parrots, ferrets, hamsters, hedgehogs, fish, and turtles," McClendon said. "At our peak, we were holding about 275 and continued to take in evacuees' animals over the course of the week. The Humane Society of the United States and the Texas Animal Control Association had the shelter at the Expo Center and took in close to 500 animals."

"Most of the staff at the city of Lufkin shelter put in over 100 hours each during the week of Rita to care for evacuee animals," McClendon said. "They did an outstanding job under difficult circumstances, putting in long hours day after day. I commend them for their hard work and dedication and am so proud of the service they provided evacuees during their time of need."

 
At 4:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Article of interest: hold times
by ResQEffort, 10/17/05 16:32 ET
Pets are at center of a new storm10/16/2005Star PreviewYoung, Tanya Fogg Return to Top On a recent afternoon, New Orleans transplant Nikita lounged on the floor of a Platte Woods pet grooming salon, watching caretaker Kathy Plant prepare another dog for a trim.
Far from her hurricane-ravaged hometown, the light brown greyhound-retriever mix had just weathered another storm — of the human kind.

Plant and two Kansas City area kennels were at odds over the dog’s care as they sorted out the wishes of Minnesota resident Natalie Burnett, who claimed ownership of Nikita. Burnett’s only evidence that the dog belonged to her family were a few snapshots, images of what Plant considered to be a younger Nikita.

Nikita’s plight highlights a growing concern. Animal welfare organizations across the country, noting the rescue of thousands of pets in recent weeks, are now grappling with the most effective ways to match pets with relocated owners.

The groups advised caretakers to keep the pets displaced by the hurricanes off the adoption list until today. And they suggest keeping photos and information about the animals posted on Petfinder.com for at least 30 days.

“There have been enough yellow flags out there to prompt these,” said Julie Morris, senior vice president for national outreach for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. “We’ve gotten some calls from shelters asking how to determine the right owner, and we’ve seen some warning signs of shelters prematurely putting some of these pets up for adoption.”

Officials say a number of animals left the hurricane-damaged areas with groups that perhaps do not have clear documentation that establishes whether the animals were surrendered, available for adoption before the disaster or are lost pets whose owners are searching for them. Morris said they are advising caretakers to extend the holding period of the animals beyond 30 days, if possible.

“These people have no home, no job and have experienced loss of life,” said John Snyder, director of companion animals for the Humane Society of the United States. “They should be allowed flexibility in getting their animals back.”

The typical reliance on photos or veterinary records to prove ownership may be difficult or impossible to obtain, Morris said. Shelter workers and others may have to instead rely on clues such as distinguishing physical markings or behavior quirks, she said.

“Collars can fall off or can be taken off, and calling the pet by name might not work anymore because it’s so stressed out,” Morris said. “We’re giving shelters clues on how to use their best judgment.”

In Kansas City, getting to that best judgment is what created the conflict over Nikita.

The dog was one of two animals that New York veterinarian Eve Ognibene said she released to Plant about four weeks ago at a triage center in a Louisiana grocery store parking lot. Nikita had only a paper collar with the handwritten words “J.J. Luquette” and “2473 Orleol,” indicating the dog’s possible owner and where it was found.

After returning to Kansas City, Plant began searching on the Internet for any Luquettes in the New Orleans area. She bumped into Burnett, who was surfing the Web for an aunt feared missing or dead. Burnett had posted a photo of the aunt and other information on a Web site.

Burnett said Nikita had belonged to her elderly grandfather, J.J. Luquette of 2473 Oriole St. in New Orleans. Forced to leave the pet, Luquette fled the city, and the family later thought the animal had died, Burnett said.

In Kansas City, the dog alternately had been cared for by representatives of Hideaway Kennels and Red Bridge Kennel, part of the caravan of volunteers that included Plant. The effort saved 30 dogs and 16 cats from the New Orleans area.

As the dialogue was exchanged, the tempers flared. And only after a swirl of e-mails and phone calls and a threat from Burnett of legal action did Burnett get her wish. Nikita was placed solely in Plant’s care until she could retrieve the dog.

Burnett, 35, said the family has had Nikita for many years. “I can’t get her right now,” she said. “My family is scattered from Texas to Virginia.”

Amanda Marshall, manager of Hideaway Kennels in Harrisonville, said there was reluctance to hand over the dog because officials thought it wasn’t in the animal’s best interest.

“We were afraid the dog was going to die because she wasn’t doing well,” Marshall said. “We were not trying to withhold the dog at all. We felt from the get-go it was hers (Burnett’s), but we wanted to be careful. This whole thing just accelerated out of control.”

Marshall said the conflict over Nikita’s care has not lessened her resolve to help more animals from the New Orleans area. She said she and other volunteers have since brought back another 16 dogs and 14 cats that she said were surrendered for adoption.

Other area animal care groups said the

 
At 4:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WE STILL NEED HELP---addition to the last update.

I will pay the travel cost (airline or gas) for 10 people to get to New Orleans right away. Animal Control officers or Search and Rescue people arebest. Please contact me at JaneGarrison@comcast.netThanks!Jane Garrison

 
At 5:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric:

Re: Thoughts for Jack..

Firstly, I never heard of a FOSTER parent having last say about who to adopt to. I thought that was the rescues decision.'

Secondly, the lady LISA turned down sounded wonderful to me. It will be next to impossible to find Jack a home where people are home during the day to take him out every 3-4 hrs., have no other dogs and no stairs. everyone I know HAS to work today. I think Robin, I believe her name was should be reconsidered by the rescue orgw Lisa is fostering for.

I looked on internet and found following.
Place in Port Washington,NY that has 3 special needs pets on their website-don't know how current this info is, but worth try. Phone: 516-883-7575.

Also, I LOOKED at: www.specialneedspets.com and they have a story about a 3 yr. old lab named Soldier who has a cart. It says to contact: kristi@bestfriends.org or call: 435-644-2001, x210. If Soldider is still there, he and Jack would be soulmates.

Found a Sanctuary serving Northeast Ohio and beyond at:
www.sanctuaryforseniordogs.org in Cleveland, OH. Phone #:: 216-465-9233 between 10 AM and 7 PM EST Monday thru Saturday.
e-Mail:seniordogs@aol.com.
It sounded really nice and even though Jack not a senior, they might make exception.

Also, there is a Golden Gate Lab Rescue in Southern Calif., Central California Lab Ret. rescue, Desert Lab. Ret. rescue and Labrador Education and Rescue Network and A Lab rescue of Atlanta: 770-915-4922, e-mail: email@grra.com.

My last idea was that if a vet, or vet asst. adopted Jack, they could take him to work and take him out every 3-4 hrs. In short, anyone who will be able to take their dog to work, would be a good candidate.

I will send you more info if I think of anything else, but I still think that lady should be able to adopt him.
God Bless you and the animals.

We have two dogs, many stairs, and work all day-and we LOVE and Care for our dogs!

Karen

 
At 6:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very funny! You have to see some of these Petfinder entries.

Are you missing a purple dog?
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=42919


Lost a minature poodle?
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=37060

How about a pomeranian?
a href="http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/search.cgi?id=PF+34437&idWildcards=all

Maine mix cat found!
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/search.cgi?id=PF+31361+&idWildcards=all

 
At 7:52 PM, Blogger Kate Danaher said...

Monetary Donations for Grassroots Gulf Coast Animal Rescue Efforts - PLEASE HELP

If you or someone you know can’t go to the Gulf Coast to assist with animal rescue on the ground but wants to make a monetary donation please select from any of the AMAZING groups below...They NEED your help!!

Hopeful Haven Equine Rescue
P.O. Box 17763; Shreveport, LA 71138
Online: http://www.hopefulhaven.com/webscr.htm
*I call her “General Debra.” Debra Barlow and her equine convoys have been rescuing, delivering hay, feed, meds throughout Katrina and Rita. With zero
help from FEMA or any government agency, they have been the main presence on the ground for large-animal rescue. Unbelievable stories about encountering watery graves with floating cows, stranded horses, nursing a calf born the day Katrina struck... I refer all my “horse people” type volunteers to this effort. They are amazing! Probably delivered more hay and range pellets than any Dept. of Agriculture has ever done.

PASADO RESCUE
http://www.pasadosafehaven.org/NEWS/NEWS.htm
Pasado Safe Haven
10131 Woods Lake Rd.
Monroe, WA 98272
Prominent rescuers with staging area in Raceland, LA that will close this weekend. They have done a lot of the hard core boat and continuing ground rescues.

DISASTER RESPONSE ANIMAL RESCUE (Winn-Dixie site – New Orleans) http://groups.msn.com/disasterresponseanimalrescue

Disaster Response Animal Rescue
191 Alps Rd, Suite 15
Athens, GA 30606
http://groups.msn.com/disasterresponseanimalrescue/donations.msnw

On the ground search/rescue/triage from the start. Still there.

MUTTSHACK RESCUE UNIT – NEW ORLEANS
MuttShack Disaster Efforts
11872 Eldridge Ave.
Lakeview Terrace, CA 91342
Another search/rescue/triage site operating out of a school in New Orleans. They have been there from the start and intend to stay as long as necessary.

1-800-Save-A-Pet.com
https://secure2.convio.net/sap/site/Donation?ACTION=SHOW_DONATION_OPTIONS&CAMPAIGN_ID=1482

Or mail check to:
1-800-Save-A-Pet.com
P.O. Box 7
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
David Meyer, founder of 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com, has been working with Jane Garrison to continue search and rescue since HSUS left. Jane set up a feeding station program throughout New Orleans and has been a front line rescuer with HSUS, before this independent effort. On Monday, David arranged
to have all remaining animals at Lamar-Dixon airlifted (for foster) to California...

GRASSROOTS EFFORT
FOR ANIMALS OF THE STORM
Two 501c3 nonprofit organizations formed an alliance in response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, sending veterinarians, vet techs, transporters,
trained animal disaster relief workers, shelter/foster agencies and other volunteers to stricken communities in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and
Texas.

ARF/Kinship Circle also manage a drop/distribution site for animal supplies. We store and circulate items such as food, hay, cages/crates, veterinary
medicines, equipment, and much more.

The Kinship Circle/ARF effort helps coordinate independent rescue missions. In addition, we send volunteers/supplies to areas where organized animal
rescue has already been established... Please visit our websites to learn more. Your donation is appreciated!

KINSHIP CIRCLE
7380 Kingsbury Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63130
314-863-9445
Online donation: http://www.kinshipcircle.org/donation/donations.html
http://www.kinshipcircle.org

ANIMAL RESCUE FOUNDATION (ARF)
PO Box 50065
Mobile, Alabama 36605
251-478-9743
Online donation:
https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=arfkv@yahoo.com&no_note=1&tax=0¤cy_code=USD
http://www.animalrescuemobile.org

The following storm-state shelters are stretched to the limit from evacuees’ owner-surrendered animals, rescues, and existing animals. They all need supplies, money. Some lost their structures as well...

NEW IBERIA HUMANE SOCIETY
(Under direction of Dr. Eric White, DVM)
1314 Troy Road; New Iberia, Louisiana
337-365-1923; IberiaHu@IberiaHumane.com
MAP: http://www.iberiahumane.com/

HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
Send check by mail made out to HSSM Katrina Relief Fund: Humane Society of South Mississippi (HSSM)
13756 Washington Avenue; Gulfport, Mississippi 39503

HUMANE SOCIETY OF LOUISIANA IN TYLERTOWN
The Humane Society of Louisiana Emergency Shelter
http://www.humanela.org/

Their shelter in New Orleans was destroyed.
Right now, their website says--
Checks can be made payable to:
Humane Society of Louisiana
and sent to P.O. Box 238, Sharon Center OH 44274

The Humane Society of Louisiana Emergency Shelter
(I don’t know if they can receive donations here)
115 Obed Magee Rd.; Tylertown, Mississippi 39667
(next to St. Frances Animal Sanctuary)

Donate online:
https://commerce39.datapipe.com/arielview/humanesociety/donate2.htm

ST. TAMMANY PARISH ANIMAL SHELTER
St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services
25026 Hwy 36
Abita Springs, LA 70420

GALVESTON COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
Mission Katrina & Rita Rescue
3412 Loop 197 North
Texas City, TX 77590

CALCASIEU PARISH ANIMAL SHELTER
5500-A Swift Plant Road
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70615

 
At 8:13 PM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

Please keep the wacky petfinder pictures coming to continue to show what a horrible idea it was to put this in the hands of shelters ... many of whom don't want the animals owners found because they will then have to tell their "socialite" friends that they can't have the dog. Its happening. So please send the wakcy petfinder.com pics for those reasons and I find them quite funny.

 
At 8:14 PM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

I know I should not be laughing but I am on the floor over the Main Mix Cat (he must be taking his steroids)

 
At 8:22 PM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

So how hard is it for Granny to find her dogs? How about this hard. (Thank God the state vet gave Granny until October 15th):


Long List of shelters with phone numbers. hope it helps some find there pets. so many are asking for contact info on shelters. take a brief look on this list for your type pet, such as shih tzu or rabbit since some shelters took specific type of pets. or location.
PASS THIS AROUND.

Animal Adoption Society Inc. Meraux LA 504-279-3889
St. Bernard Parish Animal Control Center Chalmette LA 504 278-1535
Aurora Animal Hospital Terrytown LA 504-362-8060
USED DOGS New Orleans LA
Louisiana SPCA New Orleans LA 504-944-7445
Crescent City Rescue, Inc. Ponchatoula LA (985) 386-3931
Eskie Rescuers United American Eskimo Dog Rescue, Inc. Bossier City LA
Friends of the Jefferson Animal Shelter New Orleans LA
Southern Animal Foundation New Orleans LA (504) 671-8235
SpayMart, Inc. Metairie LA (504) 838-9167
Solo Rottweiler Rescue Marrero LA
Humane Society of Louisiana (HSL) New Orleans LA (504) 366-8972
New Orleans Beagle Rescue Atlanta LA
NOLA Ferrets Shelter & Rescue New Orleans LA 504-301-6964
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Alexandria LA n/a
New Orleans German Shepherd Rescue New Orleans LA 504-488-7067
Pet Adoption Services Inc. New Orleans LA 504-348-9611
Gulf South Golden Retriever Rescue Bourg LA 985.226.4600
Looziana Basset Rescue Harvey LA 504-884-7488
Vet Adoptions Metairie LA
Happy Tails Adoption Center-No More Homeless Pets Jefferson LA (504) 200-0906
Internet Miniature Pinscher Service Inc. - Louisiana (IMPS) Youngville LA Email Diane
Rabbit Rescue of Louisiana (RR/La) Terrytown LA (504)366-8972
Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Jefferson LA (504) 736-6111
Support Alliance for Stray Animals Kenner LA 504 305-5013
Animal Rights For Life Metairie LA
Companion Pet Adoption New Orleans LA 504-482-8379
Pontchartrain Humane Society Slidell LA 985-699-9040
P.A.W.S.-Plaquemines Animal Welfare Society Belle Chasse LA 504-392-1601
Animal Assistance League of Slidell Slidell LA 985-646-4267
St. Charles Animal Shelter/St. Charles Humane Society Luling LA 985-785-9136/985-783-5010
Sheltie Rescue of Louisiana Pearl River LA 985-863-5845
Lame Duck Rescue Pearl River LA 985-863-2165
Riverlands SPCA La Place LA 985-652-7722
St John Parish Animal Shelter LaPlace LA (985) 651-7387
Little Bit Dog Rescue Inc. Folsom LA 985 796 0787
St. John Humane Society La Place LA 985.652.2082
St. Tammany Animal Resource Team Madisonville LA (985)727-7827
St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services Abita Springs LA 985-809-0183
Waveland Animal Shelter Waveland MS 228-467-0230
St. Tammany Humane Society Covington LA 985-892-7387
Hancock County Humane Society Bay St. Louis MS (228) 467-7686
Pearl River County SPCA Picayune MS 601-798-8000
Diamondhead SPCA Diamondhead MS 1-228-255-5861
Collie Rescue of South Louisiana New Orleans LA 504-861-7571
Amour De Chiens Inc Folsom LA 985-796-3622
Mississippi Great Pyrenees Rescue, Inc. Carriere MS (601) 799-2761
South Louisiana Shelter Animals Bourg LA 985-226-4600
Tangipahoa Parish Animal Control Hammond LA 985-543-0215
Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter Houma LA (985) 873-6709
Humane Society of Houma-Terrebonne Gray LA 985-873-1095
Don't Be Cruel Sanctuary Albany LA 225-567-3035
Mississippi Alliance for Spay and Neuter (Formerly Friends of Animals - Mississippi) Gulfport MS (228) 216-7729
Humane Society of South Mississippi Gulfport MS 228-863-4394
LA Hurricane Pets Gonzales LA (607) 589-7341
Creole Poodle Club Rescue Gonzales LA (225) 647-7337
Gulf Coast Doberman Rescue, Inc. Diamondhead LA
Tangi Adopt A Rescue Kentwood LA 985-229-4398
Ascension Animal Advocates Prairieville LA 225-955-0545
Animal Protection And Welfare Society - APAWS Baton Rouge LA 225-343-0303
Raven Woods Animal Sanctuary Roseland LA 985-748-2819
American Pit Bull Terrier Rescue - Louisiana Baton Rouge LA
Capital Area Animal Welfare Society Baton Rouge LA (225) 752-5801
Lucky Puppy Rescue Denham Springs LA 225-664-4468
Denham Springs Animal Shelter Denham Springs LA 225-664-4472
Little Loveables Rats N Rescue Denham Springs LA 2253282455
Animal Protection and Education Association Inc. Vancleave MS 228-826-1581
Cajun Corgi Rescue Baton Rouge LA 225-752-5345
American Fox Terrier Rescue - Southeast Baton Rouge LA
Sherwood South Animal Hospital Baton Rouge LA 225-293-6440
Lil Angels Gulfport MS 228-832-8454
Hokie's Hounds Beagle Rescue Prairieville LA (225) 622-4629
Old English Sheepdog Rescue Network of the South E SouthEast USA MS
Pawsitive Animal Rescue Ocean Springs MS
Concerned Citizens for Animals (CCFA) Biloxi MS
Louisiana Boxer Rescue Baton Rouge LA 225-892-4827
Cat Haven Inc. Baton Rouge LA 225-346-4238
S.O.S. Rescue Plaquemine LA 225-687-7994
Gulf Coast SPCA Gautier MS 228-872-5659
Schnauzer Rescue of Louisiana Walker LA
St. Francis Animal Sanctuary Tylertown MS 601-222-1927
Pine Belt Animal Rescue Adoption Center Lumberton MS 601-794-3939
East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control Center Baton Rouge LA 225-774-7700
West Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control Port Allen LA 225-336-2428
Lhasa Apso Southern Rescue, Inc. Purvis MS 1-800-485-0981
American Lhasa Apso Club Rescue - Southern Region Raleigh, NC MS
Pampered Puppy Paws by the Brook Columbia MS 601-444-4492
West Feliciana Parish Humane Society St. Francisville LA 225-784-1553
Love At First Sight Adoption Center of Hattiesburg Hattiesburg MS 601-264-5798
Southern Pines Animal Shelter Hattiesburg MS 601-544-6632
Lucedale Area SPCA Lucedale MS 601-508-1619
Chaos and Critters Mobile AL 251-662-7847
Iberia Humane Society New Iberia LA 337-365-1923
Chi.P.P. Rescue of Louisiana, Inc. (formerly Chi-Wee Rescue) New Iberia LA 337-367-0316
Mobile SPCA Mobile AL 251-633-3531
Brookhaven Animal Rescue League Brookhaven MS 601 757-4367
Animal Rescue Foundation Mobile AL 251-478-9743
St. Martin Humane Society Breaux Bridge LA 337-845-4522
City of Mobile Animal Shelter Mobile AL 2512082800
J & L Golden Retriever Rescue Point Clear AL 251-404-0045
Acadiana Humane Society Maurice LA 337-893-0377
PAAW (People Assisting Animal Welfare) Youngsville LA 856-6628 or 856-7733
Animal Aid for Vermilion Area Erath LA 337-893-PETT
Animal Rescue Foundation Inc Lafayette LA 337-332-4756
Lafayette Animal Aid Carencro LA 337-896-1553
Animal Rights Resource Center Lafayette LA 337-504-4722
Roicy Duhon Animal Control Center Lafayette LA 337-291-5644
Little lights Animal Sanctuary Inc. Lafayette LA 337-289-5253
Wild Cat Foundation Lafayette LA (337)322-2925
Baldwin County Humane Society Fairhope AL 800-547-6518
The Haven Fairhope AL 251-929-3980
Daphne Animal Shelter Daphne AL 251-621-2831
Laurel Animal Rescue League Laurel MS (601) 649-0821
Concordia Animal Welfare Shelter Rescue Ferriday LA 318-757-CAWS
Sue Rabeaux's Cat Ranch Sunset LA
St Landry Parish Animal Control Opelousas LA (337)948-6184
Baldwin County Animal Control Center Summerdale AL 251-972-6834
Vermilion Parish Rabies Control Kaplan LA 337-643-3160
Humane Society of Louisiana - Acadia Chapter Church Point LA 337-654-4392
Happy Healthy Pet Adoption Bay Springs MS 601-764-4129
Humane Society of Avoyelles Marksville LA CajunCritters4U@aol.com
Ladybugs Kitty Rescue Inc Pensacola FL 850-308-5605
Organization City State/Prov Phone
A Pet for Life pensacola FL 850 944 4675
Forgotten Felines of Pensacola Pensacola FL 850-516-3593
United Humanitarians/Jr. Humane Society Cantonment FL 850-968-3260
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Lake City FL
Collie Rescue of Mississippi Brandon MS (601) 829-9219
Crossgates Veterinary Clinic Pearl MS 601-932-1245
Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc. Pensacola FL
HUMANE SOCIETY OF PENSACOLA Pensacola FL 850-432-4250
Humane Society of Escambia County Brewton AL 251-867-6860
Mississippi Hurricane Pets Jackson MS 607.589.7341
City Shelter Jackson MS 956-1447;259-3650
Northwest Florida Great Dane Rescue Pensacola FL
Second Time Around Aussie Rescue Inc. Jennings LA 1-87-RESCUE US
Mississippi Animal Rescue League Jackson MS 601-969-1631
The Ferret And Dove Sanctuary Inc. Pensacola FL 850-475-0780
Community Animal Rescue & Adoption (CARA) Jackson MS (601) 922-7575
P.A.C.K. Inc. Pensacola FL email only
Gulf Coast Sheltie and Collie Rescue Milton FL 850 626-3466 581-1989
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Vicksburg MS n/a
Organization City State/Prov Phone
Southern Paws Rescue Vicksburg MS 601-661-6097
Broken Down Dogs Alexandria LA (318)443-0081
Vicksburg-Warren Humane Society Vicksburg MS 601-636-6631
In The Nick of Time Animal Rescue Ball LA 318 641 7403
Kirkham Kattery Rescue, Inc. Milton FL (850)983-3803
Santa Rosa County Animal Services Milton FL 850-983-4680
Lauderdale County Humane Society Meridian MS (601) 6791200
My Ferret Friends of Navarre Navarre FL 850-939-8417
Monroe County Animal Shelter Monroeville AL 251-575-3427
Florida Dachshund Rescue Gulf Breeze FL
All Creatures Rescue Lake Charles LA
LAPAW Lake Charles LA 337-478-7294
Humane Society of Central Louisiana Pineville LA 318-449-4559
"Ruff "Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends Fort Walton Beach FL 850-863-7833
Eglin Pet Welfare Eglin AFB FL 850-678-5066
Animal Angels Sulphur LA 337-528-8098
North Okaloosa Humane Society (NOAH) Crestview FL 850-683-0023
Humane Society of West Louisiana DeRidder LA (337) 462-3321
Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter West Monroe LA 318-323-4032
Humane Society Adoption Center of Monroe Monroe LA (318) 387-9553
Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation Santa Rosa Beach FL (850) 267-2032
Lucky Stars Ranch Orange TX
North LA Weimaraner Rescue Downsville LA 318-376-5660
Greenville Animal Shelter Greenville AL (334)382-7806
North Louisiana German Shepherd Rescue Ruston LA (318) 251 3557
Selma Animal Shelter Selma AL 1-334-877-2204
Vidor Animal Control Vidor TX 409-769-8718
Chicot County Humane Shelter Lake Village AR 870-265-4200 or 265-2800
Organization City State/Prov Phone
Organization City State/Prov Phone
A Pet for Life pensacola FL 850 944 4675
Forgotten Felines of Pensacola Pensacola FL 850-516-3593
United Humanitarians/Jr. Humane Society Cantonment FL 850-968-3260
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Lake City FL
Collie Rescue of Mississippi Brandon MS (601) 829-9219
Crossgates Veterinary Clinic Pearl MS 601-932-1245
Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc. Pensacola FL
HUMANE SOCIETY OF PENSACOLA Pensacola FL 850-432-4250
Humane Society of Escambia County Brewton AL 251-867-6860
Mississippi Hurricane Pets Jackson MS 607.589.7341
City Shelter Jackson MS 956-1447;259-3650
Northwest Florida Great Dane Rescue Pensacola FL
Second Time Around Aussie Rescue Inc. Jennings LA 1-87-RESCUE US
Mississippi Animal Rescue League Jackson MS 601-969-1631
The Ferret And Dove Sanctuary Inc. Pensacola FL 850-475-0780
Community Animal Rescue & Adoption (CARA) Jackson MS (601) 922-7575
P.A.C.K. Inc. Pensacola FL email only
Gulf Coast Sheltie and Collie Rescue Milton FL 850 626-3466 581-1989
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Vicksburg MS n/a
Organization City State/Prov Phone
Southern Paws Rescue Vicksburg MS 601-661-6097
Broken Down Dogs Alexandria LA (318)443-0081
Vicksburg-Warren Humane Society Vicksburg MS 601-636-6631
In The Nick of Time Animal Rescue Ball LA 318 641 7403
Kirkham Kattery Rescue, Inc. Milton FL (850)983-3803
Santa Rosa County Animal Services Milton FL 850-983-4680
Lauderdale County Humane Society Meridian MS (601) 6791200
My Ferret Friends of Navarre Navarre FL 850-939-8417
Monroe County Animal Shelter Monroeville AL 251-575-3427
Florida Dachshund Rescue Gulf Breeze FL
All Creatures Rescue Lake Charles LA
LAPAW Lake Charles LA 337-478-7294
Humane Society of Central Louisiana Pineville LA 318-449-4559
"Ruff "Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends Fort Walton Beach FL 850-863-7833
Eglin Pet Welfare Eglin AFB FL 850-678-5066
Animal Angels Sulphur LA 337-528-8098
North Okaloosa Humane Society (NOAH) Crestview FL 850-683-0023
Humane Society of West Louisiana DeRidder LA (337) 462-3321
Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter West Monroe LA 318-323-4032
Humane Society Adoption Center of Monroe Monroe LA (318) 387-9553
Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation Santa Rosa Beach FL (850) 267-2032
Lucky Stars Ranch Orange TX
North LA Weimaraner Rescue Downsville LA 318-376-5660
Greenville Animal Shelter Greenville AL (334)382-7806
North Louisiana German Shepherd Rescue Ruston LA (318) 251 3557
Selma Animal Shelter Selma AL 1-334-877-2204
Vidor Animal Control Vidor TX 409-769-8718
Chicot County Humane Shelter Lake Village AR 870-265-4200 or 265-2800
Organization City State/Prov Phone
Humane Society Of Southeast Texas Beaumont TX 409-833-0504
Oktibbeha County Humane Society Starkville MS 662-338-9093
Jasper Lakes Area Humane Society Jasper TX 409-384-8251
The Humane Society of Bay County Panama City FL 850-763-3923
Life Force Beaumont TX 409-838-0072
West End Animal Clinic Beaumont TX 409-866-9802
Mostly Mutts Lumberton TX
Puddins Place Lumberton TX 409-751-3743
S.O.S. Animal Shelter Enterprise AL (334) 393-1743
Columbus-Lowndes Humane Society Columbus MS (662) 327-3107
Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter Tuscaloosa AL 205-752-9101
Humane Society of West Alabama Tuscaloosa AL 205 554-0011
Maddies Pet Rescue Project Tuscaloosa AL 205-345-5512
Autauga County Humane Shelter Prattville AL 334 358-2882
West Alabama Animal Rescue Tuscaloosa AL 205-462-0353
Cleveland/Bolivar County Animal Shelter Cleveland MS 662-846-1155
Northwest Florida & South Alabama Poodle Rescue Opp FL 334-488-6614
Webster Humane Association Inc. Minden LA 318-377-7433


Little Doggies Rescue Adoption Ozark AL 334-774-3366
Lil' Tykes Rescue & Adoption Daleville AL 334-598-2473
OZARK-DALE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY Ozark AL 334-774-PETS
Montgomery Humane Society Montgomery AL (334) 409-0622
TEJAS Woodville TX 409-283-7733
Woodville Animal Shelter Woodville TX 409 283-7387
Alabama Border Collie Rescue Montgomery AL (334) 270-0627
Alabama Boxer Rescue & Adoption Inc. Montgomery AL (334) 272-2590
Humane Society of Southeast Arkansas Monticello AR 870-367-3377
Heaven Scent Ferret Rescue/Shelter Midland City AL 334-983-1623
German Shepherd Rescue of Central Alabama Pike Road AL (334) 272-1218
Union County Animal Protection Society El Dorado AR 870-862-0502
Chilton County Humane Society Clanton AL 205-755-9170
Adopt A Rott Dothan AL
City of Dothan Animal Shelter Dothan AL 334-615-4620
Wiregrass Humane Society Dothan AL 334-792-6693
Humane Society of Elmore County Wetumpka AL 334-567-3377
When Theres a Will Theres a Way Wetumpka AL
Great Dane Rescue Inc. Montevallo AL 734-454-3683
Todays Treasures Rescue and Adoption Montevallo AL
Almost Home Dachshund Rescue Society - South Shreveport LA
Pawprints and Purrs Inc. Keithville LA 318-925-6260
Animal Welfare Inc. Shreveport LA
Louisiana Westie Rescue Shreveport LA
Caring Heart Canine Rescue Amory MS
W.A.G.S. of Monroe County Inc. Amory MS 662-256-7865
Ghormleys Rottie Rescue Benton LA 318-286-5312
Two by Two Rescue Helena AL please email
TALLASSEE HUMANE SHELTER TALLASSEE AL 334 514 5912
Southern Skies Animal Sanctuary Tallassee AL 334-283-1166
Alabama Animal Rescue Pelham AL 205-621-2157
PUPPY-DOGS-R-US Dayton TX (936)257-2179
Ju-Li Second Chance Rescue Springhill LA 318 539-4089
Shelby Humane Society Columbiana AL 205-669-3916
Animal Shelter & Adoption Center of Galveston Galveston TX 409-740-1919
Central Alabama Scottie and Westie Rescue (CASWR) Vestavia Hills AL 205-979-4438
AWAG Birmingham AL -
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Austin TX
Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter Lufkin TX 936-633-0218
East Texas Paws Rescue Lufkin TX 936-824-2679
Franklin County Humane Society Eastpoint FL 850-670-8417
Columbia County Animal Protection Society Magnolia AR 1-870-234-PAWS
Whiskerville Animal Sanctuary Inc. Texas City TX (409) 948-1112
Galveston County Animal Shelter/Services Texas City TX 409-948-2485
Humane Society of Angelina County Lufkin TX 936-639-1880
Macon County Humane Society Tuskegee AL 334-727-6050
Nacogdoches Animal Services and Adoption Center Nacogdoches TX 936-560-5011
Connolly Animal Clinic Nacogdoches TX 936-569-8726
BACCR - Baytown Humane Society Baytown TX (281) 424-3103
Panola County Humane Society Carthage TX 903-690-0380/903-678-1181
TEARS Birmingham AL EMAIL ONLY PLEASE
Saving Paws Batesville MS 662-578-0054
Panola County Humane Society Batesville MS
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society Birmingham AL 205-942-1211
OASIS Animal Shelter Camden AR 870-837-2424
S.P.C.A. of Polk County Livingston TX 936-365-3650
The OMalley Alley Cat Organization Nacogdoches TX
Hopeful Haven Equine Rescue Organization Inc Shreveport LA 318-925-4272
All South Greyhound Adoption Nettleton MS 662-963-1004
Maine Coon Alliance Rescue Network Nationwide, AL Serving all 50 States
Basset Hound Rescue of Alabama Inc. Homewood AL e-mail Earl Hocking
Alabama Animal Adoption Society Homewood AL 205-871-6351
Border Collie Rescue/Texas LaPorte TX
Save Our Strays Birmingham AL 205-967-6711
Heart and Soul Rescues and Adoptions Adamsville AL EMAIL ONLY PLEASE
Feral University Rebel Rescuers (FURR) University MS 662-281-0475
Compassion First Tupelo MS 662-842-4029
Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society Oxford MS 662-236-7631
Fast K9s Greyhound Adoption Bay Area Houston TX adopt@fastk9s.com
Bay Area SPCA San Leon TX 281-339-2086
City of LaPorte LaPorte TX 281-471-3811 ext.739
Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation Birmingham AL
Alabama EARS Birmingham AL
Houston Pekingese Rescue Houston TX www.pekingeseclub.org
Paws Animal Rescue Dickinson TX 281-337-7297
Animal Rescue Center Cleveland TX 281-593-0248
St. Jude's Safe Haven for Little Paws Humble TX
BJC Animal Control Services Birmingham AL 205-591-6522
Animal Rescue League Inc Almyra AR 870-992-3307
Stuttgart Animal Shelter Stuttgart AR 870-673-1421
Boykin Spaniel Rescue, Inc. Eufaula AL
Finally Home Pet Rescue Houston TX (281) 557-2344
Recycled Canines Dalmatian Rescue Houston - League City/Lake Jackson TX
League City Animal Shelter League City TX 281-554-1377
Second Chance Pets League City TX 281-286-3535
Higher Ground - Animal Advocacy Birmingham AL 205-426-3385
Greyhound Pets of America - North Alabama Birmingham AL 205-833-6654
All Breed Rescue of Clear Lake Houston TX
Animal Rescue Foundation Splendora TX 281-689-0284
German Shepherd Rescue of Austin to Houston Kingwood, TX 77345 TX
Allie's Angels Kingwood TX
Coldspring Save the Animals Rescue Society (STARS) Coldspring TX 936-203-7004
All Breed Rescue of Texas New Caney TX 281-399-2903
Northeast Mississippi Aussie Rescue Baldwyn MS 662-365-7039
Dianas Darlings Kingwood TX 281 782-4033
Moochs Sunshine Rescue Kingwood TX
K-9 Corral Kingwood TX 281-354-9546
Twyla's Friends Kingwood TX 281 319-1488
Houston Sheltie Sanctuary, Inc. Houston TX
Tricks and Treats Rescue (Ferrets) Pasadena TX 713-472-6599
Houston Labrador Retriever Rescue Houston TX
Pasadena Pet Adoption Pasadena TX 281 998 7387
Schnauzer Love Rescue Inc. Birmingham AL 1-205-853-6709
Irish Setter Rescue of Houston, Inc Friendswood TX 281-543-8921
Dachshund Rescue of Houston Friendswood TX
Marshall Animal Shelter Marshall TX 903-935-4530
Humane Society of Harrison County Marshall TX 903 935-4530
Houston Collie Rescue Houston - All of Texas TX 281-479-2167/281-564-6852
Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation Inc. (TX Chapter) Porter TX 281.354.6389
Luv-N-Care Animal Shelter New Albany MS 662-316-4622
Volunteers for Animal Protection, Inc. Kingwood TX 281-358-9818
Pals For Pooches Humble TX 281-548-7166
PAWS, People for Animal Welfare in the South, Inc. Donalsonville GA 524-8890
Houston Area Doberman Rescue Houston TX 713-201-9969
Canine Detection Research Institute Auburn AL (334) 844-5325
Rescue K9-1-1 Inc. Camp Hill AL 256-896-4694
Lee County Humane Society Auburn AL 334-821-3222
City of Alvin Animal Control c/o Alvin Police Department Alvin, TX 77511 TX 281-388-4332
Rescued Love Alvin TX 281-824-0151 or email
Australian Shepherd Rescue of Alabama Pinson AL 205-681-4040
South Texas Bichon Frise Rescue Pearland TX
City of Pearland Animal Control Pearland TX 281-652-1970
N.A.B.S., INC. (NOAH'S ARK BAYOU SANCTUARY) Alvin TX 281-330-5238
Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Network Fostered Nationally TX
Homeless Animals Relief Project Senatobia MS 662-292-0922
Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care Houston TX Pls no calls - pls visit
S.M.A.R.T. Donalsonville GA 229-524-8529
Irish Setter Rescue of Houston, Inc Friendswood TX 281-543-8921
Dachshund Rescue of Houston Friendswood TX
Marshall Animal Shelter Marshall TX 903-935-4530
Humane Society of Harrison County Marshall TX 903 935-4530
Houston Collie Rescue Houston - All of Texas TX 281-479-2167/281-564-6852
Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation Inc. (TX Chapter) Porter TX 281.354.6389
Luv-N-Care Animal Shelter New Albany MS 662-316-4622
Volunteers for Animal Protection, Inc. Kingwood TX 281-358-9818
Pals For Pooches Humble TX 281-548-7166
PAWS, People for Animal Welfare in the South, Inc. Donalsonville GA 524-8890
Houston Area Doberman Rescue Houston TX 713-201-9969
Canine Detection Research Institute Auburn AL (334) 844-5325
Rescue K9-1-1 Inc. Camp Hill AL 256-896-4694
Lee County Humane Society Auburn AL 334-821-3222
City of Alvin Animal Control c/o Alvin Police Department Alvin, TX 77511 TX 281-388-4332
Rescued Love Alvin TX 281-824-0151 or email
Australian Shepherd Rescue of Alabama Pinson AL 205-681-4040
South Texas Bichon Frise Rescue Pearland TX
City of Pearland Animal Control Pearland TX 281-652-1970
N.A.B.S., INC. (NOAH'S ARK BAYOU SANCTUARY) Alvin TX 281-330-5238
Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Network Fostered Nationally TX
Homeless Animals Relief Project Senatobia MS 662-292-0922
Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care Houston TX Pls no calls - pls visit
S.M.A.R.T. Donalsonville GA 229-524-8529
Irish Setter Rescue of Houston, Inc Friendswood TX 281-543-8921
Dachshund Rescue of Houston Friendswood TX
Marshall Animal Shelter Marshall TX 903-935-4530
Humane Society of Harrison County Marshall TX 903 935-4530
Houston Collie Rescue Houston - All of Texas TX 281-479-2167/281-564-6852
Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation Inc. (TX Chapter) Porter TX 281.354.6389
Luv-N-Care Animal Shelter New Albany MS 662-316-4622
Volunteers for Animal Protection, Inc. Kingwood TX 281-358-9818
Pals For Pooches Humble TX 281-548-7166 PAWS, People for Animal Welfare in the South, Inc. Donalsonville GA 524-8890
Houston Area Doberman Rescue Houston TX 713-201-9969
Canine Detection Research Institute Auburn AL (334) 844-5325
Rescue K9-1-1 Inc. Camp Hill AL 256-896-4694
Lee County Humane Society Auburn AL 334-821-3222
City of Alvin Animal Control c/o Alvin Police Department Alvin, TX 77511 TX 281-388-4332
Rescued Love Alvin TX 281-824-0151 or email
Australian Shepherd Rescue of Alabama Pinson AL 205-681-4040
South Texas Bichon Frise Rescue Pearland TX
City of Pearland Animal Control Pearland TX 281-652-1970
N.A.B.S., INC. (NOAH'S ARK BAYOU SANCTUARY) Alvin TX 281-330-5238
Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Network Fostered Nationally TX
Homeless Animals Relief Project Senatobia MS 662-292-0922
Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care Houston TX Pls no calls - pls visit
S.M.A.R.T. Donalsonville GA 229-524-8529
Bainbridge - Decatur County Humane Society Bainbridge GA 229-246-0101
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Macon GA n/a
Houston Great Pyrenees Rescue Pearland TX 281.412.0471
Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue Houston TX www.shihtzu-rescue.com
HOPE (Homeless & Orphaned Pets Endeavor) Houston TX 713-622-4673
Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue Houston TX (281) 480-4942
Lone Star Boxer Rescue Houston TX 713-464-1381
Bunny Buddies Houston TX 713-436-3719
ARTRA Corp./National Rat Terrier Rescue Houston TX (925) 778-9888
S.M.A.R.T. (Sunmart Animal Rescue Team) Houston TX 281 875 0100
Homeless Pet Placement League Houston TX (713) 862-7387
American Fox Terrier Rescue - Southwest Houston TX
INTERNET MINIATURE PINSCHER SERVICE All of Texas TX 936-448-2436
Rusk County Animal Outreach Henderson TX 903-714-7063
Harris County Rabies/Animal Control--www.countypets.com Houston TX (281) 999-3191
2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary Hayden AL 205-590-4853
Jacksonville Animal Shelter Jacksonville AR 501-982-2916
Golden Retriever Rescue of Houston Houston TX 713.521.9019
Gulf Coast Turtle & Tortoise Society Houston TX 281-443-3383
German Shepherd Dog Rescue Houston (GSDRH) Houston TX 281-484-1737
Noahs Ark Animal Hospital Houston TX 713-524-8444
Pell City Animal Shelter Pell City AL 205-814-1567
Bainbridge - Decatur County Humane Society Bainbridge GA 229-246-0101
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue Macon GA n/a
Houston Great Pyrenees Rescue Pearland TX 281.412.0471
Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue Houston TX www.shihtzu-rescue.com
HOPE (Homeless & Orphaned Pets Endeavor) Houston TX 713-622-4673
Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue Houston TX (281) 480-4942
Lone Star Boxer Rescue Houston TX 713-464-1381
Bunny Buddies Houston TX 713-436-3719
ARTRA Corp./National Rat Terrier Rescue Houston TX (925) 778-9888
S.M.A.R.T. (Sunmart Animal Rescue Team) Houston TX 281 875 0100
Homeless Pet Placement League Houston TX (713) 862-7387
American Fox Terrier Rescue - Southwest Houston TX
INTERNET MINIATURE PINSCHER SERVICE All of Texas TX 936-448-2436
Rusk County Animal Outreach Henderson TX 903-714-7063
Harris County Rabies/Animal Control--www.countypets.com Houston TX (281) 999-3191
2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary Hayden AL 205-590-4853
Jacksonville Animal Shelter Jacksonville AR 501-982-2916
Golden Retriever Rescue of Houston Houston TX 713.521.9019
Gulf Coast Turtle & Tortoise Society Houston TX 281-443-3383
German Shepherd Dog Rescue Houston (GSDRH) Houston TX 281-484-1737
Noahs Ark Animal Hospital Houston TX 713-524-8444
PellHumane Society of Montgomery County SH 242 Adoption Center The Woodlands TX (936)271-7600
Small Dog Rescue of Greater Houston Conroe TX
Gadsden County Humane Society Havana FL 850-539-0505
Gulf Coast Shih Tzu Rescue, Inc. Tallahassee FL
Miniature Schnauzer Rescue of Houston Houston TX www.msrh.org
Furbaby Rescue Houston TX 936-520-7300
Adopt A Cat Houston TX 281-580-6652
Pekingese Charitable Foundation, Inc. (501c3) All Cities in TX
Wakulla County Animal Shelter Crawfordville FL 850-926-0890
Country Hearts Hound Rescue Houston TX 713-723-9157
Humane Society of Montgomery County Conroe TX 936-441-4762
Cocker Spaniel Rescue of East Texas - Houston Conroe, Texas TX (281)548-5596
SPCA of Montgomery County Texas Conroe TX (936) 264-2072
Boston Terrier Rescue of Greater Houston, Inc. The Woodlands TX
Houston Humane Society Houston TX 713-433-6421
Chihuahua Small Dog Adoptions Lafayette AL 334-864-0453
Serendipity Animal Rescue Rosharon TX
Greyhound Pets of America / Houston TX Houston TX 713-667-3804
Houston Area Dog and Cat Rescue Conroe TX 936-441-5503
City Animal Shelter Pell City AL 205-814-1567
Houston Beagle and Hound Rescue Houston TX 713-987-2076
Gordon Setter Rescue of Texas Spring, TX TX 281-370-3760
Marshall County Humane Society Holly Springs MS 662-564-2900
Brazoria County Humane Society Alvin TX 281-467-6300
Angleton Animal Control Angleton TX 979-849-9550
Brazoria County Sheriffs Office Angleton TX 979-388-2265
Animals 1st Willis TX 936-228-0434
Pick of the Litter Longview TX 903-452-5920
Amazing Grace Pet Rescue Spring TX
Houston Dachshund Rescue South Texas *ONLY TX not available
S.A.F.E. House Rescue and Adoption Spring TX 281-370-0133
City of Hope Animal Shelter Hope AR 870-722-2545
B.A.R.K. Locust Fork AL (205)681-0838
Northwood Animal Hospital Good Sam Program Tallahassee FL (850)385-8181
Spindletop Refuge Houston TX 713.856.9356
Second Chance Poms, Inc. Lake Jackson TX 979-297-7383
SPCA of Brazoria County Lake Jackson TX 979-285-2340
Friends oOrganization City State/Prov Phone
Extended Circle Animal Haven Tallahassee FL 850-656-9170
Houston Eskie Rescue / Heart Bandits -- TX Houston TX
Shih Tzu Toy Breed Adoption Rescue Oronogo TX 417-673-5570
Bluebonnet Poodle Club Rescue Houston TX 281 477-3297
Purrfect Pets, Inc. Houston TX
Homeward Hound Animal Rescue, Inc. Tallahassee FL 850-766-4814
Humane Society of Gregg Co. Inc. Longview TX 903-297-2170
Snippets Rescue Longview TX 903-297-6504
Partnership For Pets Longview TX 903-663-2029
PAWS Columbus Inc. Columbus GA (706) 568-3040
East Texas German Shepherd Rescue Huntsville TX
Rita B. Huff Animal Shelter & Humane Society Huntsville TX 936-295-4666
No Borders Animal Rescue Holly Springs MS 662-252-6407
West Tennessee Basset Rescue Victoria MS 662-838-4732
E-Rescue-Houston Inc. Houston TX
Husky Haven of Houston Houston TX
Pets Are Us Rescue Houston TX Reptiles: 281-345-4163
Happy Cat Adoptions Metropolitan Houston TX (713) 385-1798
South Texas Aussie Rescue Houston TX

f Gypsy Tallahassee FL 850-224-1954

 
At 9:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

LETTER FROM NEWT GINGRICH
by neenasue, 10/17/05 19:48 ET
October 17, 2005INCLUDE PETS IN EMERGENCY PLANNINGBy Newt Gingrich and Nancy DesmondAs the Nation stands back and analyzes the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, it is timefor us to consider the many serious failings of the emergency planning and recoveryefforts in the Gulf Coast region. And now that the massive clean-up is underway andpeople are beginning to rebuild their lives, we absolutely must seize this opportunityto reflect upon an underreported – but significant – oversight in the recoveryprocess: the abandonment of thousands of family pets left trapped and starving todeath in flooded areas.In a state of emergency, saving stranded pets is the right and the humane thing todo. Furthermore, it goes beyond impacting the lives of the just the animals andextends to the quality of life of the human survivors.Research indicates that people with pets have lower blood pressure, fewer visits tothe doctor and increased optimism about life. Research also indicates that elderlypet-owners have a higher sense of well-being and usefulness – and that pets helppeople cope with changes and losses in life. In the face of the challenges and thelosses being confronted by the victims of Katrina, rescuing their pets was not justthe humane thing to do – it was a matter of health and emotional recovery.News stories following Katrina were filled with glimpses of how strong the connectionbetween people and their animal companions can be. Numerous survivors refused toleave the disaster area because they were unwilling to desert their pets. Others,upon having their pets wrenched from their arms and discarded, reacted withheartbreaking emotion, including one reported case where a little boy becamephysically ill when an officer took away the last thing he had left -- his dog.Such tragic scenes were common in the aftermath of Katrina, as evacuees wereforced to leave behind their animal companions. The emotional impact of beingforced to abandon forever one’s cherished “best friend” is likely to be both dramaticand long-term. And it’s something we can’t ignore.As we review the lessons learned from Katrina and put in place plans to preventthose mistakes in the future, we must also, when possible, include in those plans ablueprint for rescuing the animals along with the owners. One promising proposal isthe PETS Act, recently introduced in the House of Representatives, which requireslocal and state emergency preparedness authorities to include pets and serviceanimals in their disaster evacuation plans. It would ensure that in future disasters,people would not be forced to leave behind their household pets and service animalssuch as seeing-eye dogs, as they were in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.Taking steps now to insure that we include pets in future evacuation plans isimportant. After Katrina, the Humane Society of the United States and other rescuegroups called for assistance from federal and state agencies to reach thousands ofstranded animals before they died. They called upon government to take immediatesteps to allow relief workers and other responders in the disaster area to take part inanimal rescue and relief missions. In preparation for America’s next major disaster,our government should make available the tools necessary to heed that call.Many of the survivors of Katrina have lost their homes, their jobs and, in manycases, their loved ones. It’s time for us to step in to ensure that those who have losteverything are not forced, in their darkest and most desperate moments, to abandontheir pets as well.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is founder of the Center for HealthTransformation; Nancy Desmond is CEO of the Center for Health Transformation andthe Gingrich Group.

 
At 9:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brian and His Dogs--Lost Now some found
Remember that Brian has fetal alcohol syndrome. His e-mail are hard to read and he gives verbal information in a jumbled form.
Brian was doing fine in New Orleans. He had a medic alert tag because of migraines and a neurological problem that causes his heart to stop briefly.

Brian was on SSI because of the problems. He volunteered at the zoo, did errands, fixed things, and was happy as he had been in his troubled life.

Brian had no way out with his dogs. I honestly have to describe Brian as a collector. He got dogs out of the pound, took them home from the street. He had seven dogs when the flood hit.Venus, Bandit, Big Boy, Lady, Bozer, Bully Bully, and Puppy Love. Big Boy is very intelligent Rottweiler and nudges Brian if Brian breathes oddly at night. Brian tries to teach Big Boy to bite his medic alert call button to summon help. Big Boy responds well. He sleeps with Brian along with most of the other dogs.

Brian was wading around, getting food for people. He gets hit with debris, develops a fever, agrees to be evacuated. He ends up on over pass in Jefferson Parish, hiding Venus in a bag under his coat. He rescued Milo, a lab. All other dogs are home, plenty of food and water. Flood waters receeding.

Brian is evacuated to Texas. He find computer to use and has phone. He registers Big Boy with Katrina Rottweiler as a lost dog. He finds Pet Finder and registers all other dogs and Big Boy. FEMA moves him to Minnesota and he uses FEMA funds to send for Milo and to rent trailer where he lives.

Nothing happens. He thinks dogs must be still in his house and posts that on AOL message board. I see it. I offer to help and come here to ask someone to check dogs.

Dogs are not at house. Red spray paint gives two dates for times house searched. House is rechecked several times thanks to kindness of Alaskasmom and co.

I start checking Pet Finder and posting everywhere. Several people sign up to help.

Puppy Love is found at shelter. Confirmed as Brian's chow mix. Tuesday of last week.

Wednesday Morning. I am searching Pet Harbor. Bingo. I click on Rottweiler that was picked up with three other dogs. I look. Dogs are Big Boy, Puppy Love, Bozer,and Lady. Picked up in a group on Orleans and Broad. I get with Brian and let him know.

Another social worker is also helping look for the dogs (I am a social worker in foster care)She finds out more of Brian's current situation and finds out about his medical needs.

We find trace ID for Lady and Bozer. They are at Dixon Correctional center. No Big Boy there.

I e-mail Katrina Rottweilers with Big Boy's Pet Finder ID. Then I look. Big Boy's ID is right on front page as found dog.

Jan from Katrina Rotts traces ID to American Rottweiler rescue. Brian calls Lulu, representive for rescue.

Lulu does not think Brian should have his dog back. She is upset that Brian did not have Heart Worm prevention and that Big Boy is intact.

Lulu keeps telling Brian that Big Boy might not be his dog because so far she has found two other rottweiler with wrong ID. The Rottweiler with Big Boy's ID and collar is correct for Big Boy in all details. Foster home wants to adopt Big Boy. Foster home does not have digital camera. Lulu says it will cost more than five hundred dollars to ship Big Boy and she only has one HSUS certificate. She says if Big Boy is not Brian's, how will Brian get him back to her? Lulu says Brian has to pay for crate (fifty dollars) and Medical certificate (one hundred dollars).

Meanwhile, I am going to use the time to get Brian into see medical doctor to get letter saying Big Boy is his service dog.

Jan of Katrina Rottweilers has been out of town. She will help get this resolved. She has heard from Brian since day one and knows he loves his dog.

Brian has found foster care for Puppy Love and Lady thirty miles from him.

Milo will go in foster care until his owner has been found. (Milo is dog Brian rescued from overpass.)

Bozer will come home. He is quieter than others, Great Dane and German Shepherd mix.

Bozer and Venus are legal at Brian's current residence if Big Boy gets service dog ID. I am sure Big Boy qualifies and will explain to doctor about self trained service dogs.

Brian is looking for housing that will suit all of his dogs and him.

If Bandit is found, we'll deal with that when it happens.

Nogen Equay

 
At 6:27 AM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

looonnngggg list-well,the good thing is,the pets are safe!?

 
At 6:57 AM, Anonymous eric rice said...

www.nextdaypets.com selling Katrina dogs. Lawyer needed. This is sick. Letter to them.

I have some concerns about your site. Specifically, there are a number of listings SELLING Katrina pets. One selling yorkies and claiming to be a yorkie breeder does not check out as a breeder.

This is very wrong and selling these dogs before their owners can be found may be criminal theft, so I would urge you to monitor your site because I am having these postings investigated for possible prosecution.

It is extremely offensive for anyone to take someone's pet and then try to profit from a tragedy by selling a dog when they don't know who the dog belongs to and are making no attempt to find the owner.

I am a Katrina pet rescuer along with several hundred people and national organizations and we are working diligently around the clock to reunite pets and families. I am outraged that apparently there are those with no morals or integrity who think they can profit from taking these pets and selling them with no regard for the families they belong to. I am putting you on notice if you allow these postings to remain on your website of Katrina pets FOR SELL, I am going to report your website to the Attorney General for investigation.

So if you are questioned after this date, you cannot claim you did not know there was a problem. Either you are a party to this by renting web space for such postings or you are not. But unless these people can prove they own the dogs and have the right to sell them or can absolutely prove these pets do not have families looking for them, then they have no right to sell them. But until all the facts are in you can bet your website is being reported and heavily monitored for dog theft and fraud. So if you knowingly are going to allow these postings without verifying their right of ownership to sell the dogs, you just might have some liability yourself. And if you attempt to destroy any evidence of who placed these postings, that may be a problem for you if evidence is needed. I would suggest you pull all KATRINA FOR SELL postings immediately to protect the reputation and integrity of your website, until you have proof they have the right to sell these pets, and they were not simply stolen and are being sold for profit, and that there are not people on your website claiming to be breeders who are not breeders or making false claims about where the money will go.

Authorities will be notified tomorrow about your postings and we have approximately 200 rescue workers monitoring your site for these SELLING KATRINA PET postings. I will personally report your web site to the FTC tomorrow.

It is my job to reunite missing pets with their families and selling pets they do not own is pretty much stealing and profitting for greed. Why haven't these people done the decent thing and attempted to ID the pets, post them and find their families. We have hundreds of rescue workers doing just that. So to just put them up for sale is wrong.

Furthermore the ASPCA, HSUS and the Louisiana State Vet have officially requested all pets be held until December 31st to allow owners time to reclaim them. I will report you to these authorities as well since your web site is in fact promoting these "sales" without verification and documentation of their right to make these sales.

I trust you will do the right thing and ban such postings immediately.

Janis Callahan

 
At 6:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is another good one-

Vicky-

I am sending you this because there is a black lab
with what looks to be an orange collar around his neck
on Petfinder, but it is listed as A CAT. It is listed
as a female too, but wasn't sure if all the info was
wrong, or just the cat/dog designation. Maybe it's
Rocky, Lisa Collins' dog?

If you've seen this pic before, we'll nix it. If you
haven't, can you forward it to Lisa so that she can ID
either way on it?

Thanks!
Cat

 
At 7:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you see the black and white horse who was listed as a zebra? Or the shih tzu who was listed as a manx cat?

Here's one of my favorite quality photos on PetFinder (and there are many, many just like it):

Pet Detail
TYPE: found STATUS: open PETFINDER SYSTEM I.D.: PF48610 Shelter/Rescue-assigned id: A005105168085 Date Posted: 2005-10-06

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ABOUT ...



Dog German Shepherd , Rottweiler
Age (YRS): Color(s): Black Tan BIRTH DATE: 1999-01-01
size: Medium Markings:
Weight: altered: Sex: Female

DESCRIPTION:
PUBLIC CONTACT INFORMATION:
Contact phone: (800) HUMANE-1
Email the person or organization who entered this pet's information
I was at PLEASE CALL 1-800-HUMANE1 in Gonzales, LA 70737 when my info was updated. Please call or email to find out if I've been moved.

 
At 7:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A lot of things have been freaking absurd....like the Nevada senator who was going to get a "point person" in charge of rescue....after a damn month! I hate all the officious bastards and I will never forget nor get over it. I have such seething anger towards all those that "could have" and didn't. I have been busy making up my voo-doo dolls.

 
At 7:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I e-mailed Jane Garrison yesterday about an address potentially in need of a pet check. As part of the "conversation" back and forth, I asked her if there was anything I could be doing to help from my computer. She says they need food and large turkey roasting pans in order to replenish the feeding stations. I asked her if it would be quicker and more efficient for a bunch of us to send Wal Mart Shopping Cards down to her (because when I have tried to send packages, the shippers have quoted me some really long delivery times). Jane said that yes, the Wal Mart Shopping Cards would work for them as well. Here is the address: Jane Garrison, 1823 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. A shopping card will fit in a regular business enevelope and regular mail like that is delivered much quicker than packages, I think. If 50 of us could send $10, that would be $500 - if $20, then $1,000! It is also conceivable that if they walk into Wal Mart with $500 or $1,000, they could negotiate some kind of bulk deal that would not be available to us as individuals buying smaller amounts. If you think you could do this, could you just post a quick reply so we can keep track of how much is getting down to her through this avenue? I know everyone is being stretched in a MILLION different directions right now, and I certainly don't want to divert funds from some other pet situation that is calling out desperately for help, but as I said, if enough of us can just scrape together $10 and send it down to her, it would really add up! Also, I mentioned to Jane that I had heard that at one point, the ASPCA had an overstock of supplies. She had not heard about that. Can anybody else remember reading anything to that effect? And if so, does anyone know what would have happened to it and how I can go about tracking it down for Jane? I have also received some ideas about contacting Purina, etc., from folks on the BF board and I will be looking into that tomorrow. I just figured that some Wal Mart Shopping Cards could tide her over until a major shipment can be orchestrated. Thx to everyone for all the wonderful things that are being done.

 
At 8:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From article in my hometown paper. Great stats..only 150 found in petfinder.---

"More than 600 pets were returned to their owners before they had to be taken for longer-term care. In the weeks that have followed, another 150 pets have been returned to their owners, who have searched for them using the Internet or a phone service called Pet Finder, Mager says."

 
At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not as funny, but strange, forgiveable mistakes.

PF53722 is listed as a shepherd/chow chow but looks like a golden
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=53722

This is a maltese mix:
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=51091

A black Bichon Frise/Poodle

http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=50464

A fox terrier?
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=32252

Another fox terrier/chow chow mix:
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=40124

A samoyed? Gee, I hope my owner thinks of looking up a samoyed.
http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=32068

 
At 10:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

have another "heart breaker" for you. I am sorry to keep bothering you I am sure you have a lot on your plate, but I feel awful about this one. Over the weekend in my quest to find Chelsea, I saw notice looking for the owner of a Chocolate Lab. The owner listed as Andrew Gaspar - and they had a phone number. Anyway it took less the 1/2 to track him down (spelling actually was Gaspard). He not only ID his male Chocolate he also ID the Female. He was so excited about finds his dogs - especially since he was ready to move into more permanent housing this week. I bet you know where this is headed -

Call Lamar-Dixon where PF46482 was supposed to be and they can't find him. Called Savanah-Chatha Humane Society on PF34756 and they claim they never receive any Katrina dogs. I did a little research on my own and found out that PF34756 was originally fostered with "St Charles Rescue" I assume the one in LA not MO. I have sent an email to them and will try to call tomorrow.

The other dog PF46482 was very sick when he came in. In fact the woman who posted the orginal message looking for the owner actually took care of him in ICU in Lamar-Dixon. She claims he was shipped to LSU after 5 days for more care. I have also sent an email to a Vet at LSU I met along my journey, and asked her to see if the LSU records show were the male went.

I feel terrible. I got this poor man's hopes up and now his dogs are lost again. By the way they are both very elderly dogs (around 11 or 12). Can you work your magic and find out what happened to these guys?

 
At 11:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

EVEN PETA SUCKS

Why Doesn't PETA
by muttlover, 10/18/05 12:17 ET
Update the information on Petfinders? They have told me they have volunteers working on reuniting these animals with their owners yet they don't update info on Petfinders. They have had these pets for a month now.
Without pictures or even the sex of the dogs, how do they think the owners will find them? They have lots of pictures of these pets on their website but they haven't uploaded them to petfinders.

I offered to assist them but they don't need my help. :(

I have been collecting a listing of the dogs they have. Still missing some though of the 32 they supposedly have. I have even found pictures for some of the dogs in duplicate listings that were put on petfinders prior to PETA receiving the dogs.

Is it possible they are listing the info somewhere else about these dogs?

 
At 11:35 AM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

Unfortuanelty,PETA has been having to focus on some court issues as of late. They have also lost some of their volunteers due to the rescue/euthanize and dump discovery of some animals they supposedly saved.

 
At 12:28 PM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

Absurd!Nebraska Humane states on PetHarbor that owners MUST visit the shelter in person to claim their "Katrina" fostered pet AND have ownership papers of some kind to even look at them. The people of LA are lucky to have a few of their own clothing,much less the means to go to Omaha WITH ownership papers to reclaim a member of their family!

 
At 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric
This is Jacek (pronounce YAHTZ-eck). I would like to talk to you. Perhaps this evening. I will call you if you give me a number to call.

We (Zosia and myself) have spent a couple days in NO in mid-September rescuing locked-in cats and since then have been involved in the search for missing pets and owners. The scale of the mess is just beyond comprehension. You know that very well. For instance, I just spoke with a shelter in Desert Hot Springs, CA. They received a transport of some 60 animals on September 27, presumably from Winn Dixie. The flight came in in the middle of night, it was raining, they were told to transfer animals to their own carriers at the airport. The bottom line is that almost all paperwork, which was taped to the carriers, was destroyed or went back to nowhere on that plane. Then the shelter director kept e-mailing petfinder/hsus for instructions on how to upload the animals' data/pictures on petfider. No-ne contacted him. When I called him, incidentally, and said I was calling on behalf of petfinder, the guy was so happy he went speechless. He was going crazy trying to post info ab! out these pet.

Just one example.

What do you mean when you say the Oct. 15 date was changed? I spoke with a dog rescue person in KY double checking info on the export list, and she told me she was putting the 3 dogs in her care up for adoption beginning Oct. 16 (they only arrived there on Oct. 11). When I disputed that, she said she was following the contract she had signed with HSUS. Then she complained to her HSUS contact about my "persistence". Betsy then went on a rant about "choosing battles" that are worth fighting (like saving a thousand animals as opposed to one). I did not argue, but it's bullshit. Petfinder is washing hands, just as HSUS did. They screwed it up and now try to keep face. I have been pressuring them for weeks to make more info public and draft committed volunteers rather than people who are indifferent and paid $5 an hour. First they sent me insulting e-mails. In the end they just did that.

Talk to you later.

Jacek

 
At 1:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad they kicked all the other rescue groups out so they could get this new shelter up, which aint up and they ARE NOT FEEDING AND WATERING AND THEY ARE NOT RESCUING. Could more ego have been used to kill more animals? Could this have gone any more badly all the way around. I am sick of the "it was a big disaster" Press releases. Tracking animals is the same if you track 1 or if you track 10,000...that is if you are prepared with system...which HSUS was not.


October 18, 2005 04:45 AM
LA/SPCA restores phone line in New Orleans

[Excerpt]

NEW ORLEANS — The Louisiana SPCA has restored phone service and installed a new toll-free phone number thanks to a donation of hosted phone services by Halloo Communications, a California-based company.

The new number to contact the SPCA is 1-800-745-9151.

The SPCA lost its building and two of their vehicles were completely destroyed in the hurricane’s aftermath.

The phone service is critical to the everyday operations. However, due to the hurricane the SPCA is currently only handling Animal Control issues due to lack of resources in at new facility, which is located in Algiers at 701 Thayer Street.

"Until the shelter is fully operational, we are unable to accept animals from the public," said CEO Laura Maloney. "However, if you have a pet you can no longer keep, St. Tammany Humane Society and the Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (Baton Rouge) have agreed to accept owner-relinquished dogs and cats from area citizens until such time (expect six to eight weeks) that we can start accepting (such) animals.” Call the St. Tammany facility at 985-909-0183 and CAAWS at 225-752-5801."

To help look for a pet, report a missing pet, report animal cruelty or a stray animal, citizens are urged to call 1-800-745-9151.

 
At 2:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric:

Please have someone see if Best Friends will take Jack. They had another Lab with a cart,for his front legs-his name is Soldier, there-saw him on their website, and someone said he was adopted by a Psychiatrist.

Karen

 
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At 6:19 PM, Anonymous Karen said...

More ideas for Jack,,

Found two more sanctuaries IN WARM climates that Jack might like.

LIVING FREE ANIMAL SANCTUARY
P.O. box 5
54250 Keen Camp Rd
Mountain Center CA 92561
For placement assistance call:
951-659-4684 or 951-659-4687
Fax: 951-659-3383
Located in San Jacinto mountains-spacious yards and walking trails for dogs-no cages.
E-Mail: LFSanctuaqry@aol.com
Website: www.living-free.org

DESERT HAVEN ANIMAL REFUGE
HC 31 Box 42
Williamsburg, New Mexico 87942
is Physical Address.
Mailing Address is:
POB 638
Williamsburg, New Mexico 87942
Contact Jane: 505-894-2778 or to make appts. call Frederica at
505-894-2778. E-Mail: aubin29@zianet.com
Home to homeless, neglected, handicapped and unwanted domestic animals. They have a DOG TOWN-it's really something! There are 8 pages!
GO TO www.petfinder.org/shelters/NM09.
html

 
At 6:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

HELP - IAM LOOKING FOR A REDBONE COON DOG, HER NAME IS CLEMENTINE, SHE WAS LAMAR DIXON AND ON SEPT 21 SHE WAS FLOWN TO WEST PALM BEACH, FL. I AM TRYING TO HELP THIS FAMILY FIND THEIR PET, WE HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR THE PAST WEEK TRYING TO LOCATE HER. HER ID NUMBER IS 160305 NOBODY HAS ANY INFORMATION ON HER. PEGGY ADAMS WHO FLEW THE ANIMALS OUT OF NEW ORLEANS TO PALM BEACH, DOES NOT KNOW ANYTING ABOUT HER, PLEASE CAN YOU THINK OF WHAT WE CAN DO NEXT TO FIND HER. THIS WHOLE SITUATION WITH THE ANIMALS BEING SENT ALL OVER THE USA IS TOTALLY SCREWED UP, NOBODY, BUT NOBODY CAN FIND THEIR DOGS, PLEASE HELP MY E-MAIL IS SWJ5555@AOL.COM

 
At 6:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re Jane Garrison's need for pet food ... the Humane Society of Louisiana's web site says they are overflowing with pet food and have more offers of donations they don't want. Maybe they would share some with Jane. Their email is humanela@gmail.com.

 
At 6:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a photo of a Mastiff-Rotti mix:

http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=53944

 
At 6:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a German shepherd/rotti mix:

http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/reportDetail.cgi?id=41860

 
At 7:58 PM, Blogger WillowLu said...

St. Bernard Parish Public Meeting on Wednesday 10/19/05. They are accepting public comments via email as well. Please see below.

The St. Bernard/Plaquemines/Grand Isle Subcommittee of the House Special Committee on Disaster Planning, Crisis Management, Recovery and Long Term Revitalization has tentatively scheduled a meeting on Wednesday, October 19, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. at the St. Bernard Parish Complex. Hopefully you will be able to attend as this meeting will be open to the public. If you are unable to attend, but have questions, that you would like addressed please submit them to:

State Representative Nita Rusich Hutter

larep104@legis.state.la.us

or call 225-342-7368

Of course the more attention that is drawn to the multiple incidents of animal shootings in STB, the more attention the Attorney General's Office and the other "authorities" will have to pay the situation.

Also, I've asked Rep. Hutter to publicly encourage the people of St. Bernard to support the pet rescue efforts of those who are still trying to help these dying animals.

 
At 8:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The ASPCA call today was a complete waste of time. They spent the entire time talking about how rich they are and how wonderful they are and addressed no problems and offered no solutions. They told us what was on their website like maybe we are too dumb to look. I didn't need to waste my time listening to some guy sit there and brag about how great they are. And they made it clear they don't recognize independent volunteers. No, they had rather sit in their ivory tower, feed their egos, and write checks. Maybe they just don't want to admit to what role they played in being responsible for so many pets shipped all over the country without record keeping and tracking and being responsible for the nightmare that keeps us up all night. Maybe they don't want to admit they didn't provide for enough scanners to scan the pets in the first place. I guess as long as they stroke their own egos and tell us all how wonderful they are, it is just a ploy to pay them more money because just maybe they are not rich enough yet. And just how many of these KILL shelters are they writing checks to. Kind of two-faced don't you think! Let's see, just how many pets are euthanized everyday for sheer lack of space in shelters? Are they also writing the checks that pay for the drugs and gas that murder these pets.

 
At 8:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

EMAIL ON OWNER REUNITES FROM hsus...tHEY SHOULD BE MORE HUMBLE AND KILL THIS STUFF FOR A WHILE. THEY ARE GOING TO GET AROUND 10% OF THESE ANIMALS TO OWNERS...WOW. QUITE A STAT.

hERE IS THE EMAIL
Family Reunions
Hurricane Katrina ravaged the lives of tens of thousands along the Gulf Coast. Through the work of The HSUS and thousands of supporters and volunteers, folks who may have lost everything to the storm have recovered something priceless, the animal members of their family. Read four stories of pets and their guardians, separated by disaster, reunited by strangers:

 
At 8:47 PM, Blogger Billie Sue said...

The trash and dregs of humanity are still showing their stripes in New Orleans. Now they are stealing dogs that have been rescued and are entertaining themselves with DOGFIGHTS....Insanity - I am starting to view New Orleans as a city that needed to be wiped from the face of the earth - just sad that the innocent (both human and animal) were the victims of it all. It all seems so corrupt, lawless, immoral, and no justice anywhere. It is probably that my circumstances and present health prevented my going to New Orleans. I would probably have ended up death or in prison for killing a few of the scumbags.

Billie Sue

************
Crossposting from another group

Just got a phone call from Shelli Brooks who is on her way back from
Tylertown. She asked me to post that security is DESPERATELY NEEDED as
men are coming to the rescue area and STEALKING pit bulls and German
Shepards for dog fighting. They asked the local sheriff to help provide
security and NO HELP from him. I am told that you can hear the dog
fights not far from the rescue area and the cheering of the onlookers.
Then comes the gunshot to kill the injured animal. Shelli asked me to
post requesting security help from retired police or any one who can
help partol the area at night. There are only 6 volunteers left at the
rescue area and only 1 is a man. They need HELP please. Please post
everywhere for her! Thanks!
Bev Stevens

 
At 8:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greetings Animal Rescuers
I worked doing search and rescue in New Orleans, and also with all reptiles and amphibians/exotics at Lamar Dixon.

Animals remaining at Lamar Dixon upon my departure from Louisiana were sent here to our sanctuary for extended care and rehabilitation, and for reunification with their families.

It is our understanding that you might have exotic animals that need care. We are in a position to provide that care. We are specialized in rehabilitation of tortoises, turtles, snakes, lizards (except for iguanas/monitors), tegus, wildlife and small mammals.

We are a participating Satellite Shelter, and have the necessary MOU/authorization from the Louisiana Dept of Agriculture and Forestry to provide shelter for reptiles displaced by the hurricane. We will hold animals for as long as is necessary to assist in owner reunification. Even if that means a year, that's OK with us!

We have the knowledge and resources, as well as the space to provide proper care for these animals. We're very happy to have been successful in reunification efforts of several of these animals with their owners already, and are providing foster care for evacuee owners until they can get back on their feet and find new homes.

If you would like to get these animals to us so that we can provide care here, while you continue to concentrate on other efforts...we are ready to do so at a moment's notice.

We are receiving many e-mails and phone calls about animals which are not in our care. It seems that people have figured out we were of the very few "reptile" organizations in the area connected with rescue and reunification efforts.

(I can fax or e-mail a copy of our MOU with the LA Dept. of Agriculture) please contact me.

We've been lucky thus far to keep everyone not only alive, but thriving, and these animals are now on the road to recovery.

I am a veterinary technician and wildlife rehabber with over 20 years of experience. Some of the animals currently in sanctuary here can be seen at http://tortoise-aid.org/hurricaneherps.html We have an expert veterinarian on staff willing and ready to provide any needed veterinary care 24 hours a day.

We may be reached at 760-617-5254.

With kindest regards,

Annie Lancaster
Director
TortoiseAid International Inc.
http://tortoise-aid.org
Apple Valley, CA 92307 USA

 
At 9:05 PM, Blogger Billie Sue said...

I was blasting New Orleans in my previous post...because that is the place that has been mainly on my mind. BUT the dog stealing/fighting/shooting is being reported as happening in Tylertown, Mississippi. So - just a small version of New Orleans.

I just phoned the Police of Tylertown and asked them what their problem is that this situation exists - no security for the rescuers, etc. The woman dispatcher was nice and apologetic but still had to listen to an earfull from me. She says they are providing security tonight - did not say how many. I asked how can this be happening and she told me that they had problems in Tylertown with this even before the hurricane struck and that they had arrested some for dog fighting.

I will try to put a curse on the dog-fighting scumbags ...maybe a good case of "ball-rot" would be appropriate.

PHONE NUMBER for Tylertown Police in case anyone else needs to vent

601-876-4440

Anyone know any media in the area down there? If so, please contact them and have them interview the rescuers and check to see if they are being provided security now.

Billie Sue

 
At 9:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

THIS MAY BE TRUE...HEARD IT SEVERAL PLACES, AND JUST TO BE SAFE, FIGURED I WOULD POST THE WARNING

SOME PEOPLE OF SBP ARE THREATENING TO "PROTECT THEMSELVES" FROM LOOTERS WITH SHOTGUNS I have heard from many people that they consider anyone who is on property without permission a looter and will shoot to kill. They consider pet rescuers looters. There is also a lawyer who is convincing them this is legal.

If you plan on being in or going to SBP be very careful as these people are beyond control.

 
At 9:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes they are all fired up and the stress levels for everyone are 10 out of 10. I would NOT be going into houses at this point. They are looking for a reason and someone is going to explode. I'd be careful.

 
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At 7:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

31237. FLASH
by puppyluv, 10/18/05 17:09 ET
I just got back from the Super Walmart in the Parish.
I have been sick to my stomach from what I heard
there. In the back corner of the lot was a meeting of
people forming a neighborhood watch. They were
organizing and the subject was stopping the looting.
There was an attorney on hand advising on the proper
way to make a citizen's arrest and when lethal force
is permisable. All was fine with me until someone
asked about those claiming to be animal rescuers. His
reply was that if they are on private property, arrest
them. If they are in a house in a declared disaster
zone, they can be shot. Everyone applauded! I had to
just leave. That made up my mind about where I want to
live. I need a valium

 
At 7:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michele,
>
> Sorry it's taken so long to touch base. I've been busy
> picking up some extra shifts at the hospital. I worked
> until 7am Monday morning, drove to Waco, came home to
> sleep, and went back into work this morning at 7am.
>
> The reunion between Kimberly and Sweet Potato was
> fantastic. He was SOOOOOOOO happy! It's impossible to
> describe, he couldn't get enough of her hugs and
> kisses. The change in him was instant and magical.
> Definitely brought tears to my eyes. She told me to
> tell you she couldn't thank you enough for your help.
>
> I've forwarded the photos of the possible Pepper
> matches to her.
>
> Haven't heard yet whether I'll be fostering another.
> But if I am you know you'll be the first to hear about
> it!
>
> Cheers,
> Carol B.
>
> p.s. really wish I could have been on that conference
> call today, please keep me posted re: others. I'd like
> to help get disaster planning for pets refined,
> especially how to track and match pets and owners
>

 
At 7:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the way Jamie in our group has posted a site www.moreplacestolook.blogspot.com which is another great resource. How is it that these pets just keep moving around and moving around and get more scattered and less traceable by the day. Whose bright idea was this anyway? I understand they had to leave NO and the Gulf, but something went very wrong somewhere along the way in documenting each pet. See more listings below

 
At 8:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there,
This is an email to tell you all about a wonderful family that I have met through the tragedy of hurricane Katrina.
On Sept. 30 2005 I went up to New Orleans to help rescue dogs and cats that have been effected by the storm and bring them back to south Florida. I decided to take on the task, alone, to find the families of these lost dogs. These dogs were traumatized and broken hearted and needed their families. In searching for this little guys family, whom I later learned his name is Buddy, I met a family named the Moore's. Louise and Anthony Moore from New Orleans. In speaking several hours with them they told me of their experience of surviving the storm and how much Buddy meant to them. They were so grateful that I found them, and to be honest, finding them was like looking for a needle in hay stack. In speaking with them for a few days, Loise had made the families decision that they were just not able to take Buddy back at this time. With their lives turned upside down and leaving New Orleans with just the clothes on their backs, they had to make one of the most difficult decisions and that was to let Buddy be adopted. Which he was, into a loving family. Louise and I cried on the phone with her decision. Both of us knowing that there was nothing we could do to make things different so that they can have Buddy back home. Anthony pleaded that he would walk him all the time, but he is somewhat disabled and she knew it'd be hard for the family right now.
I talk to them all the time, about every 3 days to make sure everything is good with them.
In one of our conversations they told me how FEMA has placed them in an apartment complex which they are grateful for, but they mentioned that they are in there without any beds to sleep on, without any chairs to sit on, and of course, no car to even get to work so that they can make the money they need to,to move forward from this horrible tragedy.
Anthony told me that they are sleeping on a blow up mattress. He is a Vietnam vet that has some injuries and it is difficult for him to be sleeping this way. I mean really, this man fought for our country, what was wrong with this picture? I have decided to try and raise some money to buy the Moore's a bed. If there is any money left over I will buy them sheets for the bed. I did not tell them about this plan for I just told Louise that I am planning to send something out to her and that when I do she has to be home to get it for they won't leave it at her door. She has no idea that I am trying to do this. I can't wait until that bed arrives. They will be so happy. The Moores are certainly people that do not complain. I think I complain more then they do about the way they have to live. These are people that lost their daughter to a serial murderer while she was in college. They survived that and they said that they will survive this.
I am asking everyone to please try and help me help them. Send whatever you can. Anything little bit helps. I really would love to send them a bed. If there is any money left over I will send them the things that they have mentioned to me that they need. These are without a doubt one of the nicest couples that i have not yet met. You can send your donations to:
Sharon Skoller
5992 Forest Grove Drive
Villa # 4
Boynton Beach, Florida 33437
please write on the envelope that it is for the moores.
email: sskoller@aol.com (if you would like to help any of the katrina pets)
I know this is only one family , but one family is more then none if we don't open our hearts to help !

 
At 9:03 AM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

I found my little lost girl that I talked about in other posts and comments. It was like seearching for a needle in a haystack and found her be shere luck....


Email to shelter --
"oh god thank you thank you thank you...I was afraid it was going to be one of those things were I just never knew what happened to her...

Please share with her Foster Mom -- I got her from a Pack Of seven dogs (all different kinds it was like 101 dalmations) They all ran and I whistled and sure enough little White Girl was the only one that stopped and turned. she took a few steps to me. She wanted to be with people so bad but was just unsure. But I got down real low and we played this little game for a few mintues....Then I whipped out the killer weapon -- Wet Canned Dog food...the smell of that was all she could take and she came over...I put her in the front with me instead of a cage and she rode around with her head out the window all day...

She was the only dog I kept with me when Rita Hit. We rode Rita out on a parking lot in our big budget rental truck...wind was about 80 miles an hour. I thought truck was going over (she and I were in back laying on a cot). She didn't even get scared...just layed on the end of the cot with me all night...

I wish I would have never put her in the system as I had rabies tag for her and we have found owner on every dog we had rabies tag for so far...anyway she is safe now. Thanks, Eric Rice

 
At 9:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

24284. Breed-specific matching
by jmleong, 10/19/05 10:06 ET
D'oh! Why didn't I think to post this before, when it might have been more helpful? Oh well, better late than never. Thought I'd share my "system" with you guys re: breed-specific matching, if anyone wanted to try this as a new matching technique for themselves.
You may have noticed that over the past few weeks I posted a lot about Boston Terriers. It's the breed I know the best, and I'm much more able to notice descriptive markings on a picture right away on Bostons moreso than on other breeds.

So I decided that I'd specifically concentrate on matching Boston Terriers (along with the occaisonal "Deannie".)

What I did first was use Petfinder's "lost" reports and printed out all the records of lost Bostons. (Only 7 pages, including several duplicates.) Next, I tried to contact the people who posted the lost reports -- either by the Petfinder "contact" form, or by phone if a phone number was listed. (Unfortunately, if the only contact listed was 1-800-Humane-1, I had to ignore those -- my experience with that has been too frustrating). So I only contacted "real people."

From that, a few people told me that they'd already found their dogs. So I crossed them off my list right away. Another few people were VERY receptive to my help, and so those went on my "active" list. Others never responded at all, so I could only conclude that they didn't want help or that they didn't have regular e-mail access, so I wouldn't be able to contact them. (Although even now, if someone were to contact me after having JUST seen my offer, I'd help.)

 
At 9:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Petfinder



http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/rescue/searchForm.cgi?type=found



Petharbor



http://www.petharbor.com/



Petfinder Classified



http://www.petfinder.com/post/post.cgi?action=2&type=F


AAC



http://www.animaladoptioncenter.org/available_animals/


Animal Ark



http://www.animalarkshelter.org/ Click on 'browse the animals available for adoption' near top of page



Animal Rescue Inc



http://www.animalrescueinc.org/Katrinaanimals.html



Paws of Austin



http://www.pawsofaustin.org/ Click on Katrina link on left



Arizona HS



http://www.azhumane.org/artimgr/publish/index.shtml

(a few photos. Photos of pets are on Petfinder)

http://www.azhumane.org/Slide%20Show/2005rescue/2005rescue2.shtml



G Birmingham HS



http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/AL58.html (photos also on Petfinder)



Boulder HS



http://www.boulderhumane.org/Katrina%20Web%20Gallery/index.htm



Cinci SPCA



http://d11682692.s147.soundpressdesign.com/katrina/default.asp?active_page_id=1



Caddo Pets

http://www.caddopets.com/ Click on Lost Pets, then Dogs or Cats

Caws4pawsla



http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/caws.html email: caws4paws@aol.com



Calvert County HS



http://www.calvertcountyhumanesociety.org/katrina.htm

http://www.thewildones.net/HSCC.htm

http://www.thewildones.net/NOD.htm



Cesar Millan



http://www.pets911.com/dogwhisperer/katrina.php (Three Katrina Rescue Dogs)


Paws Chicago



http://www.pawschicago.org/adoption/dogs/dog_adoptions.htm



Cambridge & District HS



http://spca.cambridgeweb.net/adoption_dogs.html A Canadian shelter that took Katrina pets 1650 Dunbar, Cambridge, Ontario, CANADA N1R 6V3 -Tel.: (519) 623-7722 Fax.: (519) 623-9442



Delaware HS



http://www.delawarecohumanesoc.org/
http://www.delawarecohumanesoc.org/k1.htm

http://www.delawarecohumanesoc.org/katrinadogs.htm



Denver Dumb Friends League



http://www.ddfl.org/hurricanerita/index.htm



East Bay SPCA



http://www.eastbayspca.org/donate/hurricanekatrina.cfm



AFH - VA



http://www.aforeverhome.org/default.asp?ID=AvailDB1&status=Katrina



Harlequin Haven Great Dane Rescue



http://www.hhdane.com/other/katrinadogs.htm (pictures at bottom of page)



HART (VA)



http://www.hart90.org/GeneralInformation/Katrina.htm



Hopalong



http://www.hopalong.org/home.html



Iberia HS



http://www.iberiahumane.com/



Kathy's Klippery



http://www.kathysklippery.com/foundpets.html



Katrina Lost Pet Registry



http://katrinapets.shanonandmelanie.com/viewfound.asp


LSU/IFAW



http://www.kintera.org/site/c.8nJGKUNrFkG/b.1086181/k.C5A9/Animals_Seeking_Their_Owners.htm

http://www.kintera.org/site/c.8nJGKUNrFkG/b.1077973/k.8FAC/Find_Your_Pet/apps/kb/cs/contactsearch.asp

http://www.kintera.org/site/c.8nJGKUNrFkG/b.1084933/k.8F18/Find_Your_Pet.htm



LSU Vetmed



http://www.vetmed.lsu.edu/rescued_pets.htm



Lost Fantay Stables

http://www.lostfantasystables.org/dynapage/display?PageID=893 (beagle & JRT/toy fox terrier mix)

SPCA LA



http://www.spcala.com/hurricanekatrina_animals1.html



Marin HS



http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/Orphans/OrphansPics.html (photos of rescue)



SPCA of Monterey CA



http://www.spcamc.org/hurricane_animals.htm



Michigan Animal Adoption Network



http://www.mi-aan.org/index.html
http://www.mi-aan.org/hurricanerescue.html#photos
http://www.mi-aan.org/hurricanepic.html



Milo Foundation



http://www.milofoundation.org/


Missouri HS



http://www.hsmo.org/m_animalabuse/Katrinapets.php



Mont. Cty HS



http://www.mchumane.org/hurricanekatrinaanimals.html



Nevada SPCA

http://www.nevadaspca.org/nspca_blog.htm (5 dogs)

NewLeash..



http://www.newleash.org/availablekdogs.asp

http://www.newleash.org/vannuys/index.html


HS of NW Louisiana



http://www.hsnwla.org/



HS of North Texas



http://www.hsnt.net/katrinapictures.shtml

Phone: 817-332-HSNT Email: hsnt@sbcglobal.net



Oregon HS



http://www.oregonhumane.org/events/album/KatrinaAnimalsArrive.htm

http://oregonhumane.org/katrina/index.asp

http://www.oregonhumane.org/events/album/KatrinaAnimalsArrive.htm



HS of Pagosa Springs



http://www.humanesocietyofpagosasprings.org/new_listdogs_Katrina.asp

Address: 300 Paws Court, PO Box 2230, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147, Phone: (970)731-4771 FAX: (970)731-5552

E-mail: hsshelter@centurytel.net



Pasadena HS



http://www.phsspca.org/about/hurricane/katrina-pets.htm (rescued in St. Bernard Parish)



petsurvivors



http://petsurvivors.com/



PETA



http://www.helpinganimals.com/f-katrinaphotos.asp (rescued in St. Bernard Parish)

http://www.helpinganimals.com/f-rescueddogs.asp

http://www.helpinganimals.com/katrina_slideshow/index2.html (slide show with bigger pictures)



PetNeighbor

.Net



http://www.petneighbor.net/katrina.php



PHS/SPCA (CA)



http://www.peninsulahumanesociety.org/services/hurricane.html


Plaquemines Parish AC



http://photos.plaqueminesparish.com/displayimage.php?album=25&pos=14



Rancho Coastal HS



http://www.rchumanesociety.org/adopt/search.php?animal=&page=1

(Katrina rescues are marked in the details)



St B P AC



http://www.loststbernardpets.com/



Santa Cruz SPCA



http://www.santacruzspca.org/documents/184.html



South Bay Purebred Res.



http://www.sbprdogs.org/dog_photo_gallery.htm



Shelter From The Storm (WI)

http://members.petfinder.org/~WI209/katkids.html

SPCA of Texas



http://www.spca.org/site/PageServer?pagename=KatrinaPetsLookingforOwners



HS of Treasure Coast (FL)

http://www.humanesociety-tc.org (Katrina pets link on left)

additional pictures of dogs in Florida: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/content/accent/epaper/2005/09/26/a1d_katrina_pet_web_0926.html











































Breed Specific

ARC Rott.



http://www.katrinarottweilers.rott-n-chatter.com/ (rottweilers)


Badrap.org



http://www.badrap.org/rescue/katrina_dogs.cfm Pit bulls


Lost/Found Cockers

http://members.aol.com/barbaracva/katrinacockers/index.htm (Centralized list of cocker spaniels)

Gulf South Goldens

http://www.gulfsouthgoldens.com/ (4 pictures on left side of page)

N Louisiana German Shepherd Rescue

http://www.petfinder.org/pet.cgi?action=1&pet.Shelterid=LA152&preview=1

 
At 9:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

TO the person who is ragging on the HSUS because the owners of this dog came home and found him dead:

Did you go to New Orleans to rescue animals? I did. Perhaps you should think before you criticize. It's not the HSUS's fault. We were not allowed entry into many areas of the city by the New Orleans Police Deparment. There were roadblocks everywhere and although we pleaded and begged and showed them our call sheet that the OWNER had asked us to go rescue their dog, they would not let us into that area of the city.

Many owners, in their panic, also gave us the wrong address, didn't know how to spell the name of their street, etc.

The New Orleans SPCA is the one you should critize -- they did nothing. If it weren't for Pasado's Safe Haven, Best Friends Animal Society and the HSUS NO ANMALS ANYWHERE WOULD HAVE BEEN RESCUED AT ALL. Oh -- let's not forget the Governor and the Mayor who wouldn't allow people to bring their pets with them when they evacuated. But to blame the HSUS who is out MILLIONS of dollars for trying to help? SHAME ON YOU.

Until you've been on the ground in New Orleans and know what's going on -- be quiet. Stop wasting time critisizing the only group that gave a shit. Why don't you use that energy to get on a friggin plane and get down there now -- they're still desperately looking for volunteers? So easy to sit at home on your computer ...
this is in or around New Orleans

 
At 9:19 AM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

That is true in a few cases...However, the reality is that the HSUS DID NOT put the list into the hands of rescuers until very, very, very late in the game. If people want to rag me on this DON'T because I followed the trail of the list extensivly and know inside and out this issue. Eric Rice

 
At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do NOT NOT NOT use UPS if you're trying to send care packages to any rescue teams. I sent a huge one 2 day ou 10/7. I tracked it, made phone calls, it was stuck in MS. Guess what got returned to me today. THE BOX.

All I can do is cry and send it back out FedEx.

 
At 10:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When HSUS finally started to use the lists, they had only one printer to print out the maps and lists of homes for rescuers to visit. Ir broke one weekend according to many witnesses. ON other days, you would show up for the 5:30 am meeting and many rescuers couldn't leave until 9 am because they were waiting for the print outs. THen it would take 1 hour to drive out to New Orleans. Add in a 5 pm curfew, and you have less time to rescue dogs. Does that make any sense? An organization that receives over $17 in donations and they can't afford to buy printers for the rescuers in the prowler trailer. No! HSUS is more interested in collecting donations. They are all set for next year.

 
At 10:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I meant $17 million, not $17. Where has the majority of this money gone?

 
At 10:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I noticed a few shelters that are adopting out too soon. Virginia Beach SPCA had an adopt-a-thon already on Oct 14 and they only have about 1/3 of their 102 Katrina pets as of today. I've sent them the letter below. Maybe when you come across a shelter that is adotping too soon you could copy and send it to them.

[b]I am a volunteer with a group that is working very hard to reunite Katrina pets with their people. It's a daunting job with these poor people (many of whom have lost everything else in their lives) living in hotels, with friends and some still in shelters with no phones or computers. To complicate the problem the record keeping for where pets were sent is chaotic at best. There are several hundred places (that we KNOW of) that have Katrina pets.
I noticed when I was searching for the male beagle (photo attached) that you are allowing Katrina pets to be adopted now. Are you not aware the SPCA has asked that they be held (or fostered) until Dec. 15 if not longer?
The ASPA website has a press release from a joint group as indicated:

"October 13, 2005 -- The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (ASPCA), Humane Society of the United States, United Animal Nations
(UAN) and Best Friends Animal Society are asking all animal shelters, breed
rescue groups and others who are sheltering animal victims of Hurricane
Katrina to voluntarily extend the hold period of those animals to allow for
more family reunions to occur."

"Under a previous agreement, shelters expected to hold animals until October
15. That date was established early in the disaster response before there
was a clear understanding of the magnitude and complexity of the rescue,
relief and reunion operation. Now, shelters, fosters and other groups are
asked to hold the animals not less than 30 days from the date the agency
posted or edited the animal's photo on Petfinder's website
(http://disaster.petfinder.com/emergency/). The national animal protection
organizations are appealing to shelters to extend the hold period until
December 15 when possible."

There is also a $500 "bounty" given to each shelter for each dog they reunite with an owner so it is in everyone's best interest for you to make an effort to hold/foster these pets until we have time to locate their owners.
Please reconsider your policy and let me know if you have seen this beagle whose owner has an awful sad storyof how she lost him and desperately wants him back.
Thank you,

 
At 10:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Humane Soc of Boulder, Valley (Co) was featured in Denver post (read full article at http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_3126426)They have begun adopting out Katrina pets after they "aggressively southt out every avenue possible to locate pet owners." It also notes that New Orleans set Sat as deadline for shelters to keep pets. However, the Denver Dumb Friends League said they won't release any dogs for "at least several weeks until all attempts to reuite the animals with their owners have been exhausted."

 
At 10:33 AM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

I've been trying the breed specific matching also(Boxers)...I'm amazed at what they are listing as Boxers and Boxer mixes as found anaimals. I know they don't want to acknowledge there are as many Pit Bulls as there are,but by listing them as Boxers and Boxer mixes they have hindered the matching process greatly. I'm also amazed the epople identifying the breeds for listing don't know the difference between a Boxer and an American Bull Dog. My two cents worth for the day.....

 
At 10:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 07:05:54 -0700 (PDT)
From: HHERO
Subject: Please crosspost to every FLA horse person you know!!!! Don't wait to evacuate!!!
To: hopefulhaven@yahoo.com


Wilma has been catagorized as a CAT 5!!!! DO NOT WAIT TIL THE LAST MINUTE!!! You will stuck in traffic with your horses!!! Please leave before it gets to close. We have foster homes that will help you and your horses. Please call Debra @ 318-286-3116. You can visit RITARECOVERYEFFORTS@yahoogroups.com to volunteer opening up your homes for the evacuees with horses. These hurricanes are no joke. The destruction they are causing and the loss of life and your pets lives are massive. Do not leave your pets behind. We have foster homes that will take you with your horses and your pets!!! until the hurricane passes and it's safe to go home.
On another note, I am waiting for the attorney to call me that owns the warehouse in Erath. His assistant said it would be sometime this morning he would get with me as he was traveling at the moment. So I am assuming when his plane lands and he calls her, she will have him call me immediately. She understands the importance of us reaching him.
I will keep you all posted with info as the day goes on......



Respectfully yours,

Debra Barlow
President &
Animal Cruelty Investigator

P.O. Box 17763
Shreveport, La 71138

Phone numbers:
318-925-4272 home
318-797-6043 fax
318-286-3116 cell
318-7977464 work mon-thur 8-4 fri 8-1
"If ever a horse needs a helping hand, Please God, Let it be ours"



Respectfully yours,

Debra Barlow
President &
Animal Cruelty Investigator

P.O. Box 17763
Shreveport, La 71138

Phone numbers:
318-925-4272 home
318-797-6043 fax
318-286-3116 cell
318-7977464 work mon-thur 8-4 fri 8-1

 
At 10:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

October 19, 2005 07:29 AMKatrina victims get more time to claim rescued pets

NEW ORLEANS — The Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals announced today an extension of time for owners to claim their pets rescued after Hurricane Katrina by the LA/SPCA and partner agencies. After the new Dec. 15 deadline, all animals unclaimed by their owners will be available for adoption in the city shelter in which they are currently being housed.

The deadline has been extended through the efforts of The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), United Animal Nations (UAN) and Best Friends Animal Society (BFAS).

The ASPCA, HSUS, UAN and BFAS are asking all animal shelters, breed rescue groups and others who are sheltering animal victims of Hurricane Katrina to voluntarily extend the hold period of those animals to allow for more family reunions to occur.

Please visitwww.disaster.petfinder.com to help locate your family friend. If you have any questions regarding your pet, please call 1-800-745-9151.

“The ultimate goal of the LA/SPCA is to reunite families with their pets,” said Executive Director Laura Maloney, “however, we understand that during this difficult time it may not be possible.”

There are nearly 8,500 animal residents of the area waiting to be rescued again, this time by family members. The animals left behind because of the challenges most families faced during the evacuation are being housed in shelters across the United States as well as the Lamar-Dixon facility in Gonzales, LA. “It’s hard to think about all that has happened to the residents of the New Orleans metropolitan area in the past six weeks since Katrina hit,” said Maloney. “For some New Orleans residents, it’s even harder getting through this difficult time without their best friends and family.”

Like most residents and businesses in New Orleans, the LA/SPCA building and some of its vehicles were completely destroyed in the hurricane’s aftermath. To make a donation to help the LA/SPCA, visit thewww.la-spca.org or you can send a check or money order to: Louisiana SPCA, PO Box 127, Mandeville, LA 70470.

The Louisiana SPCA worked in cooperation with several other agencies to rescue the 8,500 animals after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans on Aug. 29. The LA/SPCA is a private non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of animal suffering. Chartered in 1888, it is the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state of Louisiana providing care and basic medical services for approximately 11,000 homeless and unwanted animals each year. The LA/SPCA is a membership organization that depends upon the support of the public.

 
At 10:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm spitting nails here everyone.
I just had a petowner TURNED AWAY at Slidell. They are making them fill out a lost report, then they hand them a BOOK OF PHOTOS. My owner identified a dog that he thought was very close, but she said, "no, you can't walk through here".

WHAT THE#$%^@#????

1) Says on the ASPCA site, "Visit this location in person between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m."

2) The Noah's Wish website says, we are keeping this shelter open to give pet owners an opportunity to come find their pets.

3) THEY ARE ADVERTISING ON THE LOCAL RADIO - COME ON DOWN.

I'm in Washington DC, but if I was local I would go raise some hell.

Can anybody tell me what is going on.

My pet owner is quite pissed off, as he found a close match, but needed a visual.

UNBELIEVABLE!!

 
At 11:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone is paranoid about potential dog kidnappers. Several web sites have people selling Katrina pets for $300 ot $500. Also Best Friends in Tylertown and the Winn-Dixie rescuers had thugs coming in to steal pits and German shepherds. Then you add in the volunteers who think it's okay to take someone else's dog.

 
At 12:14 PM, Anonymous Eric Rice said...

I saw cases of all of this. We had locals come try to adopt pitbulls then when we said no they would not leave camp and on an on. I saw rescuers take animals although it was small crowd. I saw several groups of people that rescued many animals with no thoughts of finding owners because they felt like all the "owners were bad" They just don't get it. Sad. The worst is the shelters that have no intention of finding owners...They exist but thank god it is a fraction of them. The managers of these shelters have no business being in the dog/people business. Dogs are companion animals and these small few are a selfish bunch of people.

 
At 12:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly, even some rescuers have become self appointed judges of who is, or is not, in their opinion, fit to own animals. I even had a rather acrimonious exchange with one lady who is supposedly helping re-unite people with pets. The general consensus is "they abandoned them" "they should have evacuated earlier", "I would not have left MY PET", or "if they really wanted them they would have gotten them back by now". Apparantly they have never made a decision that they later regretted and I imagine until you have a gun pointed at you, you have no real idea of what you will and wont do under those circumstances. They seem to think that the animals should be permanently adopted, regardless. What better way to assess the quality of a home than one who is willing to wait and foster to adopt? Some sites (next day pets) is advertizing "katrina dogs" of many sizes and shapes. Some "rescuers" are spiriting animals away to friends or "good homes" at their own whims. How insensitive can you get? Talk about kicking a guy while he's down! Taking property without permission is stealing - and (sadly) in the eyes of the law, pets are property. One can only hope that karma is a reality - there are more than enough people out there who need a good dose of it.

 
At 2:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

During the first two weeks at Lamar-Dixon in Gonzales, I thought the same thoughts as other volunteers: Why aren't the owners coming to get the dogs?
It wasn't until I met owners in person I realized why they weren't coming. No car, no close relatives, no money, lack of information. Some of the owners didn't even know what "fostering" means. I can't imagine how many owners under stress abandoned their dogs in an animal control shelter or an emergency shelter because they didn't know about the thousands of people willing to foster their pets.

 
At 2:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I for one believe in karma. The volunteers who aren't willing to return the dogs are spreading more suffering and misery. Thousands of dogs are euthanized each year. Why don't they rescue one of those instead of stealing someone's beloved pet?

 
At 2:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dog Attacks Anti-Dangerous Dog Bill Author
By Associated Press
Wed Oct 19, 6:52 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The author of a new state law that allows felony charges against owners of dangerous dogs was hospitalized over the weekend after his own dog attacked him.

 
At 2:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok, so I called the Boulder Shelter. They have been fostering dogs and holding them, but because they are no longer legally obligated to hold them they are "rehoming" them.
I expressed my concern that they weren't giving owners enough time, the girl on the phone was very nice, but explained that they just don't have the resources to keep the dogs any longer. They have had some volunteer searching for owners and have reunited 6 dogs. They are sending a letter home with each adoptee giving them options if the owner does find the dog, but the new owner is not obligated to return the dog.
I'm torn. On one hand these dogs that have been through so much and are living in a shelter situation (That no matter how good the shelter will never be better than a true home) are finally getting some stability and a family to love them.
On the other hand the ppor evacuee's who haven't been able to find there dogs are now never going to be reunited. and there are so many contingencies- can they keep a dog? is it just too much to relocate/rebuild find your pets? So many are having to surrender their pets? And if they heard about the October 15 deadline are they just giving up?
I'm try to be optiomistic, working on my reunion cases and reading all I can bout the pets that were reunited. But sometimes it all becomes just too much.

 
At 3:00 PM, Anonymous sidhewlf said...

Hey Eric,you may ne able to help with a question that popped up on other forum. Spray painted on NO house 1 cat rescued/1 dog VTL...is the vlt meaning they were too late?Did you see any organization using the initials VTL?Thanx

 
At 5:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are there any animal rescue groups in Biloxi, MS?

See:
http://www.statesman.com/news/content/auto/epaper/editions/wednesday/news_34551f82b5e680ac0032.html

 
At 5:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, everyone who is interested in making continued donations to support the animal rescue efforts, there are many places where you can make donations...but if you haven't found a place for your money, please consider sending it to the HS of Dickson County, c/o Katrina Animals. We're still caring for about 30 rescuees for the "Team Rite-Aid" rescue group-an offshoot of Eric's rescue efforts. We need help with costs for heartworm treatment, spays/neuters, and transportation costs. Web site at www.humansocietyofdickson.org. THANKS!

 
At 6:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw that and I never saw VTL.
Eric

 
At 6:33 PM, Anonymous eric rice said...

October 15th date is no more...

Send this to Boulder and all other shelters. The state vet changed the time periods...The animals MUST BE on Petfinder a minimum of 30 days and the state vet, HSUS and SPCA recomend much longer. Many shelters are adopting out
stated in contract that owner has a time to reclaim the pet. Why can't some shelters figure this out? Why can't they do as the other 85% of the shelters who are dedicated to owner reunification?


Here is it straight from the state vet themselves -- (except same state vet has given this to nobody that I can tell. He/she should be up late calling all the shelters to make sure the States Evacuees ..but no they DO NOT seem to have the same passion for this as over 300+ volunteers around the country do...
Here is the changed plan as of 2 weeks ago and I don't know of any shelters that have it....
National Consensus Recommendations
Interim Plan for National Pet-Owner Reunification

Hurricane Katrina’s broad regional impact and the subsequent catastrophic evacuation of a major metropolitan area in New Orleans has exposed a number of clear deficiencies in national, state, and local emergency plans related to animal protection. Local, state, and federal governmental resources have been and are working with animal welfare organizations and veterinarians to provide relief and recovery actions related to animals affected by this horrific event. As a result of the situation and limited onsite resources, animals were transported out of the affected area to shelters and rescue groups around the country. While these actions may have been necessary under the circumstances, there is clearly a need for a national plan for large scale animal sheltering, as well as interim and long-term plans for pet reunification systems.

Holding Periods for Animals Displaced by Hurricane Katrina

The State Veterinarian and their official partners in the states of Mississippi and Louisiana have provided agreements on holding periods for many of the animals leaving their states for sheltering. Organizations accepting those agreements should abide by their terms as a minimum standard. In addition, state veterinarians in receiving states and individual organizations may wish to impose additional standards related to veterinary care, holding periods, euthanasia, sterilization, and pet-owner reunification efforts.

During that holding period, animals should be listed on the http://petfinder.com Web site. This site provides resources for both animal welfare organizations holding animals and for owners looking for their pets. Organizations holding animals should commit staff and voluntary resources to thoroughly examine the Petfinder site on a regular basis for lost reports from owners that may match animals in the organization’s care. For states without a directive from the state veterinarian and for organizations without a signed agreement from the state of origin, the following recommendations are made for holding animals displaced by Hurricane Katrina:
1. Animals should be listed on the Petfinder Web site for a period of not less than 30 days.
2. Animals should be evaluated for health and disposition and provided suitable preventive and therapeutic veterinary care for their condition. Animals that present a known risk of zoonotic diseases (transmissible to humans) or demonstrate dangerous temperaments should not be placed into foster care. The following reference documents related to veterinary healthcare and zoonotic disease control are located at:
a. The University of California at Davis: http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/msmp/katrina.htm
b. US Centers for Disease Control/American Veterinary Medical Association: http://www.avma.org/aa/hurricane/disease_control.asp
3. Any organization may elect to extend the time that animals are listed on the Petfinder site. Once animals are permanently adopted, however, they should be removed from public view on the the Petfinder. Organizations holding pets in extended foster care should consider listing of pets on Petfinder beyond December 15, 2005 to be unrealistic.
4. While animals evacuated out of the affected region were intended to go to licensed animal welfare organizations, some unlicensed or ad-hoc groups are in possession of Katrina animals. These groups should work with their state veterinarian or a licensed animal welfare organization to ensure that they are meeting a reasonable standard of care related to holding animals, veterinary care, and adoption.

 
At 7:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a wonderful link for lost and found cocker spaniels.

http://members.aol.com/barbaracva/katrinacockers/index.htm

 
At 7:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The greatest thing about Eric's blog is the updating of grassroots efforts and how to help so we can continue to support them. Got a package off to Jane with some goodies for her too.

I also want your to know, Eric, that you saved a life in Missouri. I called the shelter in Festus, MO a minute before they were going to take a four year old german shepherd dog to the vet to be put down. An animal control officer had been placing pleas everywhere to save this dog because she has such a wonderful disposition. Wasn't planning on getting another addition to our family but some of the things Eric has said clicked. I passed the reference check and was on my way.

She's a wonderful girl, just needs some pounds put on her. So chalk up another one, Eric, and thanks for your blog!

 
At 8:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You did it not me.
eric

 
At 10:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rescue efforts being hindered by dog fighters

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reply to: anon-105260241@craigslist.org
Date: 2005-10-19, 4:23PM CDT


I have just returned from my second trip to the area and those of us working in animal rescue disaster relief are having to face yet another horrifying challenge.

On top of all the suffering the animals of Katrina have suffered, they are now being stolen from the sanctuaries and holding areas erected to treat and house them. In Tylertown, MS where the HSLA has been treating animals abandoned in New Orleans, there is a dog fighting ring less than a 30 second drive from the entrance of the camp. We have asked to local sheriff for help daily with no response. Night after night we had to take security shifts and guard against men trying to enter camp to get our dogs.

The people of Tylertown have expressed their own frustration at the growing business of dogfighting in their community. They feel helpless and frustrated and are sorry that our animals are paying for the inability of their citizens to intervene in this heinous criminal activity.

To our horror several dogs have been taken from the property. After all, they are seasoned criminals and didn't have a hard time figuring out how to get around our dog runs. They take friendly animals that go eagerly to the gate in hopes of getting petted. I can hardly stand to think of the torture that these creatures endure before their deaths. We found a deceased Pitt Bull in a makeshift fighting ring last Monday. We are at the end of our rope.

Now, instead of using donations to build more runs, or transport animals to foster homes and rescues, we are having to build security fencing, purchase motion activated lights, alarms, air horns and other tools to protect our dogs. Instead of taking as many dogs from New Orleans as we can house, treat, and feed, we are having to limit our intake to the number of dogs we can keep safe, depending on the number of volunteers we have to fill 24 hour security shifts.

We are receiving no help from local authorities. During the night, we have had up to four men attempt entry to the camp. Earlier this week, FEMA offered to provide us nighttime security, but that fell through because the Gov. of MS would not grant permission for them to be there. Apparently FEMA cannot help if not asked by a state authority. The sheriff has said that he does not want them in Tylertown. So not only are they not helping to protect us and our animals from these vicious dog fighters, they are not allowing others to help us.

We need a voice to ask the Gov. of MS to do the right thing and let FEMA protect our camp from these monsters who delight in the torture of the helpless and vulnerable creatures left injured and abandoned in the wake of Katrina. Ours has not been heard.

There are still thousands of animals waiting to be rescued from New Orleans and they need our help. Just last week, we found a dog who had been tied to a door knob for 5 weeks and was still alive. Also, we recovered a dog that had crawled into a cupboard above a stove during the storm and was trapped there until last week when a rescuer heard her barking. (Both are doing well now, putting on weight in foster homes.) The 9Th ward has hardly yet to be touched by animal relief workers.

Please, we cannot continue in the fashion necessary as long as the safety of our animals and volunteers is at risk.

Thank you for your time,
Shelli

 
At 1:33 PM, Anonymous Elizabeth said...

Eric,

The website for Second Chance is www.secondchanceanimals.org, not www.secondchance.org.

Hope Jack gets adopted,

Elizabeth ebrew@comcast.net

 
At 1:34 AM, Anonymous Pam said...

Eric, I wanted to first thank you for your endless hours of work, as well as an information filled blog. I took some excerpts, hope you don't mind, if so let me know and I will remove them immediately. I posted them on website www.helpisnear.org . It is a new organization formed in wake of Katrina. Please view and contact me regarding excerpts.

 
At 1:35 AM, Anonymous Bluecat said...

XTREME HOME/LIFE MAKEOVER for Jack-- with LOVE!

Your home is adaptable for Jack!
I had two adorable black German Shepherd puppies, Satchmo and Big John. When they were older, they became paralyzed inch by inch up their spines with a disease called degenerative myelitis, which the vet compared with losing the insulation off an electrical cord. Both of my boys ended up in carts. The thing is that they were running, jumping dogs that had no problems, and since the paralysis happened gradually, and because we loved them, we adapted our home and our lives as things progressed and were needed. I kept in close touch with the vet and learned what was needed, as needed. We didn't live in a handicap-accessible home, we live in a 2 story house with steps up to the porch, so we built a simple ramp wider than their cart with lumber on the sides that formed lips so they wouldn't fall off. It was a simple 2 x 4 frame covered with CDX plywood, covered with indoor/outdoor carpet for traction. We made it long enough so that the rise was gradual enough for them to climb. We cleared out the dining room on the first floor and put our bed in there, so they could sleep next to us as they always had, and so I could hear any problems they might be having during the night. We removed anything that could be destroyed by a cart running over it to a room we never spent time in on the second floor. They slept on eggcrate mattresses with Depends pads over vinyl, and it was a fairly simple matter to pull the pads out and pop them in the garbage when the boys became incontinent. The carpet was a cleanable THING, they were my boys. I cherished every day I was able to have with them. I am trying to say that nearly ANY HOME could be adapted if you want to take the challenges and meet them with a little ingenuity, a little elbow grease, and love that will be returned to you a thousandfold. The feeling I have in my heart is that Jack needs the love of a family more than anything, and some of the obstacles that are presented in his requirements of a one-story house, no steps, etc. might be stopping someone who has everything else to offer when it doesn't have to!

 
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