RedRover volunteers are traveling now to care for more than 350 dogs and puppies rescued from a puppy mill in Cherokee County, Georgia. Read more

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Hurricane Sandy Resources

RedRover Responders stands at the ready to provide animal emergency sheltering assistance for animals displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Here is a list of currently available animal emergency shelters and resources.

Know a resource or shelter to add to this list? Email us!

PET OWNERS

VETERINARY CARE ASSISTANCE

RedRover Relief grants provide funding for emergency veterinary care.

The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) offers grants to veterinarians who are treating pets displaced by disaster.

ASSISTANCE FOR SHELTERS AND RESCUE GROUPS

Petfinder Foundation grants
ASPCA grants

SOCIAL MEDIA

Note: Always use caution when posting personal information or using information posted on social networking sites. RedRover cannot vouch for the accuracy or intention of any of the links below.

 

ASSISTANCE NEEDED

If you hear of a shelter or organization in need of assistance, please contact RedRover.

VOLUNTEER/FOSTER

The best way to volunteer is to connect with your local shelter or rescue group. You can find groups near you on www.petfinder.com. Occasionally, animals affected by a disaster become in need of long-term foster care, and if they are transported out of the area their foster care is often coordinated through partnerships between animal shelters.

RedRover is only able to deploy trained RedRover Responders volunteers to our emergency sheltering operations. At this time we have enough volunteers on standby.