Collaboration can save pets in disasters

04/16/2012 | EmergencyMgmt.com

When Joplin, Mo., was devastated by tornadoes and Memphis, Tenn., was struck by severe flooding, several animal welfare organizations teamed up with the American Red Cross and saved pets and people. The AVMA reports that 63% of Americans have a pet, and rescue workers note that the majority of those people won't go to a rescue shelter that doesn't allow pets during a disaster.

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