August 31, 2017

Hurricane Harvey: Red Rover providing emergency relief efforts for pets.

Credit:  Red Rover Facebook Page
Hurricane Harvey has brought untold misery the the Texas gulf coast area, including lost pets, injured pegs, and pets in need of immediate emergency shelter.

Sacramento California-based Red Rover, a non-profit charitable organization, is helping to spearhead animal relief efforts, providing emergency care and shelter to displaced animals, including reuniting pets with their owners, and transporting animals by air to safe locations.

Please click on their Facebook post below for more information, including how to donate to Red Rover's Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, and links to pet-related resources for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Thank you, Red Rover, for your much needed emergency assistance.

Mary Rae Fouts


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