Updates: Hurricane Katrina Part 2 & Sheena the New Vegan

After the media left, and the controversy began to subside, rescue workers continued their efforts in New Orleans. Laura Brown, a leading member of PETA’s┬áDomestic Animal and Wildlife Rescue & Information (DAWRI) Department, shares her personal account of saving animals in the hurricane and flood-ravaged areas. From animals left in cages, chained in backyards, and … Continue reading

Hurricane Katrina Update

It’s been over four months since Hurricane Katrina made its first landfall. As rescue efforts began, stories of abandoned animals gradually surfaced. Some people were forced to leave their animals because of space limitations, while others refused to leave their companions, dangerously weathering the storm and its effects. There were also animals, including farm animals, … Continue reading

Helping the Animal Victims of Hurricane Katrina

For info on helping the animals affected by Hurricane Katrina: 1) Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) (916) 429-2457 Donations 2) HSUS Disaster Fund Donations Questions about donating – 1-888-259-5431 Snail Mail – Cheques payable to HSUS Disaster Relief Fund and mail it to HSUS, Dept. DRFHBM, 2100 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037 General Inquiries … Continue reading