North Shore Animal League America Rescues Animals From Hurricane Devastated Areas

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Hundreds of animals need our help. North Shore Animal League America creates the Hurricane Katrina Animal Rescue Fund.

Port Washington, NY (PRWEB) August 31, 2005 – North Shore Animal League America is launching the Hurricane Katrina Animal Rescue Fund to help with the disaster in the South. NSAL America already has rescue vans in the disaster affected areas in Alabama to pick up animals, and the 35-foot mobile rescue unit is also on the way to help.

The League’s Emergency Response Team is currently working with Florence Animal Control to rescue animals. The team is on the ground now helping shelters hit the hardest throughout Alabama.

NSAL America will continue to rescue dogs and cats throughout the South as long as necessary. The homeless dogs and cats will be brought to the League in Port Washington or its affiliate in Tennessee. The rescued animals will have immediate shelter and care while necessary arrangements are made to place them up for adoption in Port Washington.

To help us with the Hurricane Katrina Animal Rescue Fund, visit http://www.nsalamerica.org or contact North Shore Animal League America at 1.877.4SAVEPET.

About North Shore Animal League America

North Shore Animal League America, located in Port Washington, New York, is the world’s largest animal adoption organization. Founded in 1944, the League has found loving homes for more than 800,000 dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. For more information, visit http://www.nsalamerica.com or call 516.883.7575.

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Marge Stein