UPDATE: March 8, 3 p.m. | The Humane Society of the United States has sent a team to assist Lee County Humane Society and Southern Souls in Barbour County, Alabama, in the aftermath of the recent tornadoes to coordinate lifesaving animal transports of their unowned shelter population. We expect to be transporting approximately 150 adoptable cats and dogs from the region to our partners within the next few days.
We never know when disasters will strike or when animals may be in need of urgent rescue, but we know we must be ready. Your support makes our preparedness, rescue, care and relief work possible.
From moving animals out of harm’s way before a hurricane, to rescuing the victims of a case of extreme cruelty, to supplying emergency funding to a local shelter for temporary air conditioners, to providing 40 tons of hay to feed horses left hungry by wildfires, to search, rescue, transport and emergency sheltering efforts after tragic storms—we're only able to offer relief for animals because of supporters like you.
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