PALM BAY, Florida – The devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues to affect the lives of thousands of animals.
Brevard Humane Society has responded by rescuing thirty-four animals from a high-kill shelter in Texas. They are now on their way to Brevard Humane Society’s Cocoa Intake and Adoption Center.
Animals who were beloved pets prior to the hurricane are now in high-kill shelters, hoping someone will rescue them.
Brevard Humane Society has received many calls and emails from animal shelters/rescues reaching out for assistance with abandoned and displaced animals.
To respond to this, a new transportation donation program, “Saving Lives, One Ride at a Time” is now in place on Brevard Humane Society’s website to help defray the expense of transporting homeless pets.
In addition to the expense, there are several puppies in the transport who will need foster homes.
Donors can visit Saving Lives, One Ride at a Time to help with costs.
Those who can give a puppy a temporary place to stay, please contact the Foster Care Coordinator at 321-636-3343 ext. 219 or email email@example.com.
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