Animal Rescue Resources

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URL http://www.crisiswiki.org/Animal_Rescue_Resources
Resource type Preparing for an emergency, Getting help after an emergency, Giving help after an emergency, Recovery
Resource sub-type Animal Rescue Services
Types of emergencies handled Earthquake; Volcanic eruption; Severe weather; Flooding and tsunami; Urban fire, explosion, or bombingwarning.png"Urban fire, explosion, or bombing" is not in the list of possible values (Earthquake, Volcanic eruption, Severe weather, Flooding and tsunami, Urban fire or explosion, Wildland fire, Utility disruption, Transportation emergency, Solar storm/EMP attack, Meteorite/space debris, War or Civil disturbance, Chemical spill or release, Disease outbreak, Famine, Nuclear and radiation accidents) for this property. ; Wildland fire; Chemical spill or release
Area(s) covered USA

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Guidelines

If you believe any information is misleading, comment on the Discussion page.

Food, clothing and other household item donations must be processed to be effective. Direct financial donations to trustworthy agencies are welcome.

Please consider carefully the nature and trustworthiness of the agency or agencies you choose to donate to. No warranty or guarantee of accuracy can be made as this list can be freely edited.

Lost & Found - Animals and Pets

  • NATIONAL
    • FidoFinder: Lost and Found Dog Database - fines attached
    • PetFinder: National hub for pet rescue, lost and found

Animal Rescue and Shelter Organizations

Advisories

Groups & Forums

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  • [www.nhc.noaa.gov/HAW2/english/prepare/pet_plan.shtml National Hurricane Center Hurricane Preparedeness Checklist]
  • Noah's Wish Disaster Animal Relief
  • North Carolina State Animal Response Team Hurricane/tropical storm pet preparedness information; coordinates efforts of over 30 government and animal organizations.
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  • Pets America saves the lives of pets and the people who love them by providing educational programs about emergency preparedness and resources for disaster response. Through Pet First Aid & Disaster Response workshops, Pets America teaches people how to care for their animals before, during, and after an emergency. And, by collaborating with communities nationwide, Pets America is providing resources that help ensure that pets can be effectively included in local emergency management plans.
  • Peta.org
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  • Senator John Ensign (Sept. 14, 2005) In a letter to Pres. Bush, Ensign Warns Of Health Risks Caused By Pets Abandoned By Katrina Victims (letter was co-signed by Senator Rick Santorum R-PA)
  • Sit and Stay (A Poem) Dedicated to the all the loyal pets who sat and waited for their masters to return after Katrina's winds and waters separated them.
  • SPCA of Texas | News homepage
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