This blog provides vivid descriptions directly from the operations of various rescue groups in New Orleans, LA and surrounding areas. We are working around the clock to save 50,000 to 100,000 pets that are in this disaster zone. Time is running out! But we are still pulling 1000s of animals out every day — finding some alive in houses after 6 weeks. Be sure to check the archives for great stories. Read on!
I AM ASKING EVERYONE TO REGROUP AND RECOMMIT. THE #1 NEED IN NEW ORLEANS AND SAINT BERNARD IS VOLUNTEERS. SEND EVERYONE YOU KNOW TO www.ericsdogblog.com TO ALERT THEM.
This is why we are still doing this. This dog was found on the streets
showing that animals like this have been missed– Thousands like him are hiding and coming out at night. In Saint Bernard packs roam the woods.
It is becoming apparent that a second crisis is emerging. That crisis involves a large number of remaining animals combined with a low volunteer to animal ratio.
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