Houston News : Houston SPCA heads to Louisiana to retrieve animals before Delta’s landfall


Oct. 7, 2020Updated: Oct. 7, 2020 5:18 p.m.

Today the Houston SPCA headed to Louisiana to evacuate animals ahead of Hurricane Delta.

(Courtesy Houston SPCA)

Houston SPCA left early this morning to help our neighbors in Louisiana ahead of Hurricane Delta, according to ABC13’s Charly Edsitty.

The group’s goal is to retrieve 15 cats and kittens to keep safe in Houston. Once Hurricane Delta clears, the animals will be returned to their original homes.

The animal shelter headed for Louisiana on a similar mission in September to help the animals during Hurricane Laura. A few rescued cats are up for adoption.

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Louisiana is still making attempts to rebuild after the damage caused by Hurricane Laura, and the state is now bracing itself for another storm.

The storm made landfall in the Yucatán Peninsula as a category 2 hurricane.

The Houston Forum

Source : chron.com