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Katrina Pet, one year later


One year later, the homeless pets of New Orleans struggle to survive, still forgotten, except for the volunteers who feed them, keep them alive

September 2006

One year later, the forgotten pets of New Orleans remain forgotten, struggling to survive in a land that became foreign to them overnight. Those who have used primitive survival instincts have survived, relying heavily on our F/W stations. Many, unable to adapt, have perished. Even the survivors encountered day to day challenges as houses, which have become havens, crumbled around them. TNR is in place, but we can't keep up with the reproduction rate, as thousands of puppies and kittens are born.

View the video link below--includes footage as recent as Sept. 23, 2006.

Download as an .flv file

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl4D3dW0N_o 

View my other videos at www.unconditionalfriends.com, under movies

Pam Leavy

Baton Rouge, La.
 

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