Friday, June 3, 2011

On the ground in Joplin

Today, volunteers with UAN's Emergency Animal Rescue Service began working at a temporary shelter in Joplin, Missouri, where nearly 500 animals have found refuge after a massive tornado displaced them on May 22.

UAN volunteers will work alongside staff and volunteers from other local and national animal protection organizations to care for the animals and reunite them with their families.

We will post updates and photos as we get them. In the meantime, please read our press release and our tips on pet disaster preparedness for tornadoes.

You can also support our efforts to help the Joplin tornado victims by donating to our Emergency Relief Fund.

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