St. Louis, Missouri 2021-09-14 10:25:00 –
Hurricane Aida has not only devastated the people of southern Louisiana. On Monday night, the Missouri Humane Society’s disaster response team returned home with 37 rescue dogs.
The Missouri team was deployed for seven days and worked with the Louisiana Animal Cruelty Prevention Association to help rescue and recover animals after a storm.
Era Frank, assistant director of the Humane Society’s Animal Cruelty Task Force, said: ..
In a press release, Frank said: .. ”
The next step for these puppies is recovery and adoption preparation. At least seven require heartworm treatment and are “expensive and require long-term care” before adoption.
In Louisiana, endangered puppies weren’t the only animals to realize the end of a useful Missouri. In a tweet on Tuesday, Ameren Missouri revealed that a crew member who regained power in Louisiana over the weekend found a apparently abandoned, dehydrated horse tied to a tree.
The horse was taken to the farm. At that time, an employee of Ameren Missouri intervened and took the collection to pay the veterinary invoice.
The company tweeted, “Thanks to a hearty and generous colleague, the horse, now called Ameren, is expected to fully recover.”
Our team picked up the collection to pay the veterinary invoice. As a result of our heartfelt and generous colleagues, the horse now called Ameren is expected to fully recover. pic.twitter.com/UpEBOgweJK
— Ameren Missouri (@AmerenMissouri) September 14, 2021
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