IFAW Moves Katrina Animals From Rita’s Path
“IFAW is committed to doing all we can to help these animals, not only for their own sake, but on behalf of their owners who have lost everything,” said IFAW’s A.J. Cady. To date, IFAW’s teams have rescued or relocated more than 1,000 animals and assisted thousands of others.
Like the human relief effort, securing pets has been logistically complex. “Hurricane Katrina has required the most extensive animal relocation efforts since Noah built the ark,” said IFAW’s Patrick Ramage. “Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, IFAW is safeguarding these animals until they’re reunited with their owners.”
IFAW is asking for continued public support to maintain our efforts to rescue animals in the hurricane strike zones. Please visit www.ifaw.org to find out how you can help today.