MADISON, N.J. (AP) — Near one hundred canine from Texas shelters arrived in New Jersey on Tuesday to assist make room for animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Debra Miller, spokeswoman for St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Middle, advised NJ.com that shifting the canine from the shelters will assist households affected by the storm keep near their pets.
“Something they want, we’re right here to assist,” Miller stated.
The animals arrived Tuesday morning on the Morristown airport and are being housed on the St. Hubert’s middle in Madison. Each the Humane Society of america and Wings of Rescue organized the airlift.
Miller stated the canine will first relaxation for meals and walks. The canine will then be transported to sister shelters in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Delaware, New York and Canada.
St. Hubert’s works with the Humane Society to simply accept animals or ship employees to emergency conditions. The middle lately tended to canine from California after the huge wildfires final yr.
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