Hurricane Dorian: Animals in Danger

The ASPCA is gearing up to face the storm head-on and rescue vulnerable animals in the hurricane’s path.

Hurricane Dorian has reached Category 4 status and could grow even stronger and more deadly before it makes landfall in Florida in just a few days. Millions of people are in danger, as are their pets and the region’s homeless animals.

The ASPCA stands ready to assist animals and communities with pre-evacuation efforts and we are actively mobilizing responders and supplies, including field and water rescue vehicles. We are already working with a local shelter to transport its animals out of the hurricane’s projected path to safety.

This critical work is possible only with your support. If you can, please donate today and help us be there for animals when we’re most needed.

Thanks to compassionate supporters like you, we assisted thousands of animals last year during disaster responses that included wildfires and hurricanes. Now, animals in harm’s way need your help again.

If current projections bear out, Hurricane Dorian could require a large, lengthy response — we might be needed on the ground for weeks. We, and the animals, urgently need you behind us. Your gift today represents a lifeline for animals facing the unimaginable, both today and in the future. Thank you.

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