The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals provided vet care to hundreds of pets affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Here is a dog rescued by the ASPCA in the Roackaways.
They set up vans to provide emergency medical care in affected areas.
Especially because the pets are sometimes their very best friends.
This dog knows that it’s nice to have your best friend nearby when the doctors are poking at your behind.
This dog is worried because he knows his owners have been through a lot.
The ASPCA also checks evacuated homes for stranded pets.
And often finds them — like this cat recused from a home in the Rockaways.
ASPCA delivering pet food to families affected by Sandy.
Liberty Humane animal shelter finds a dumb boat while exercising their dogs.
How to Help Pets
REPORT PETS IN NEED
Here’s a 24-hour hotline to report pets who need rescue: 347-573-1561
Text PREVENT to 25383 to donate $10 to help ASPCA care for pets displaced by Sandy.
To volunteer with the ASPCA please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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