Siouxland Humane Society takes in dogs affected by hurricane

Siouxland Humane Society takes in dogs affected by hurricane


ON THE GROUND IN PANAMA CITY CAPTURING STRUCTURES COLLAPSING RIGHT BEFORE THEIR EYES. PRESIDENT TRUMP IN WASHINGTON MEETING WITH FEMA AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS PROMISING FLORIDA ANY AND ALL RESOURCES NECESSARY. AS MICHAEL ROARS INLAND NAT WIND HOWLING ALREADY LEAVING A JENNA SAM THE CAROLINAS ARE STILL CLEANING UP FROM HURRICANE FLORENCE… WHICH MADE LANDFALL LAST MONTH.. THE STORM DAMAGING MORE THAN 1500 HOMES.. ..AND ITS NOT JUST PEOPLE THAT ARE DISPLACED BUT ANIMALS AS WELL.. AND TODA SEVEN DOGS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA ARRIVED IN SIOUXLAND.. THE HUMANE SOCIETY MADE THE DRIVE DOWN TO PICK UP THE ANIMALS FROM OVER CROWDED SHELTERS.. ACCORDING TO THE SHELTER’S EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BECAUSE OF THE OVERCROWDING.. THESE DOGS WERE AT RISK OF GETTING EUTHANIZED.. “ITS MUCH BETTER OF COURSE FOR THE ANIMALS THAT they don’t end up EUTHANIZED IN THESE SHELTERS, UNFORTUNATELY IN THESE SOUTHERN STATES WITH THESE FLOOD AND HURRICANE SITUATIONS A LOT OF ANIMALS GET EUTHANIZED AND IF WE CAN HELP, THATS WHAT WE’RE HERE FOR.” JENNA: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING OR MEETING THE DOGS.. YOU CAN

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