Heroic Woman Saves 300 Cats And Dogs From US Virgin Islands

Heroic Woman Saves 300 Cats And Dogs From US Virgin Islands

Heroic Woman Saves 300 Cats And Dogs From US Virgin Islands

USVI public water systems have been significantly impacted by Hurricanes Maria and Irma and subsequent flooding, including by a loss of electrical power, and are not yet fully able to provide adequately treated water to meet the needs of those affected areas.

The animals were taken out of a truly disastrous situation on the U.S. Virgin Islands, where Irma killed at least three people and electricity is expected to be out for months.

Greitens spokesman Parker Briden said the state is sending two Blackhawk helicopter crews to the region.

"The teams are prepared, if necessary, to parachute into the fields with chainsaws so they can remove fallen trees and other obstacles, allowing the C-130 aircraft that brought them to land safely and begin offloading rescue gear", noted a press release from the National Guard. If you happen to come across a dog or cat, or any other animal in need, check out these Animal Rescue Hotlines. 'But the heart of people, no I'm not surprised by how people act'.

Donors pitched in $112,000 charter flight from Miami to the islands in order to transport the animals as well as an extra $5,000 for carriers.

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"We did it because there was nobody else to do it, and the government didn't have a way to do it", Gear told Virginia TV station WAVY. They landed at Norfolk International Airport around 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday. I am still nervous. Even after weathering two serious storms, the animals were in surprisingly good spirits, eager to play and cuddle with volunteers.

For more information on how to adopt an animal, you can contact Island Dog Rescue.

That's where Island Dog Rescue, based out of Virginia Beach, comes in to help. Gear learned that on Wednesday, one of the shelters that she emptied with her rescue mission was destroyed by Hurricane Maria.

In a statement, the ASPCA said: "Moving that many animals is no easy task - each animal is examined by a veterinarian, behavior checks are performed, and since the animals are being transported out of state, health certificates are completed".

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