September 3, 2012
The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team delivers dozens of cats and dogs to shelters outside the storm zone, freeing shelter space for strays coming in after Isaac.
August 31, 2012
The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team answered the call to help Jefferson Parish, La., rescue and care for displaced animals. The team's work included a dramatic rescue of 20 horses from floodwaters in Miss.
August 29, 2012
Isaac strengthened to a hurricane just as it slams into the Gulf Coast, dumping heavy rain and seeming in no hurry to move away. The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team is on stand-by to assist as needed.
August 27, 2012
Tropical Storm Isaac caused power outages and flooding in Haiti and now heads for the Gulf, where it may strengthen to a hurricane. We urge Gulf Coast residents to do what we are doing--prepare, prepare, prepare.
August 24, 2012
With the Republican convention set to start in Tampa, many people are watching the weather anxiously. Take a tip from the South Florida Wildlife Center, and prepare yourself and your pets for a hurricane.
July 25, 2012
The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team continues to monitor and provide food for horses in Montana and Utah whose grazing lands were destroyed by wildfires.
July 6, 2012
A ferocious fire in Idaho left little time for pet owners to prepare before fleeing. The HSUS is helping local shelters and the animals left behind.
July 3, 2012
The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team is carrying tons of hay to horses in Montana left without food by wildfires, and is providing financial help to a Maryland shelter during a power outage.
July 2, 2012
As firefighters struggle to contain wildfires in Colorado, Montana, and Utah, The HSUS brings pet food and checks on animals left behind. In the Atlantic states, severe storms knocked out power and our Animal Rescue Team stands ready with help and advice.
June 28, 2012
Fires in Colorado have consumed 181,426 acres and almost 35,000 residents have evacuated. Utah and Montana also face wildfires. The HSUS reminds pet owners to take their pets with them if facing evacuation.