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HSUS Rescue Team Helps Animals after Kentucky Tornadoes

Storm displaces many; resources are at hand

  • HSUS staffers comfort a beagle rescued from a tree by Fur Ever Friends. The HSUS

  • The HSUS is setting up an emergency shelter for pets displaced by the tornado. The HSUS

Since a lethal tornado struck Kentucky on Friday, The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team swooped into hard-hit Laurel County to help residents and their pets regroup.

The HSUS is working with local officials to help animals who are injured or distressed, and to set up an emergency shelter for animals who have been displaced because of the storm. Our field responders will travel the community to provide much-needed pet food and to let residents know we can care for animals in need.

Families who have lost everything else will be able to bring their pets to our shelter while they put their lives back together, knowing that their dog or cat will be in good hands.

The HSUS's responders worked with local rescue group Fur Ever Friends on Sunday to take in a dozen dogs who were displaced by the powerful storms.

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Your donation helps us to be there for animals whenever disaster strikes. Please make a gift today to The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team

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