Veterinarian devotes retirement to animal and human safety

Retired veterinarian Samuel Tate spends his days advocating for and developing options for animals amid human evacuations for hurricanes and other disasters. "I approach the issue from a public health standpoint," Dr. Tate said, noting that if people can't take pets on public transportation or to a shelter during an emergency evacuation situation, they won't evacuate.

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