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Massachusetts shelter to offer dogs and cats rescued from Hurricane Ida up for adoption

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“The 36 dogs and 39 cats we evacuated from the wake of Hurricane Ida arrived safe and sound at a Massachusetts airport over the weekend. After some much needed rest, medical care, and TLC they’re ready to find loving homes.

And while these cuties are lucky to have made it out before Ida’s landfall, the situation in Louisiana is still very dire for many. With much of the state without power and under a water boiling order, we’re doing everything we can to relocate around 100 more pets in the coming days and we need your help.

Interested adopters should visit neas.org/adopt or https://www.northeastanimalshelter.org/adopt. If you can’t adopt but want to help, watch this space for more information about how you can support this lifesaving work”-MSPCA.


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About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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