RESCUED:
 
Saving Animals from Disaster

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RESCUED:
Saving Animals from Disaster
Table of Contents
Introduction

 

SECTION Part 1
Rescuing Members of the Family        
  

Chapter 1
The Changing Relationship between People and Animals

Chapter 2
Who Rescues the Animals?      

Chapter 3
Katrina to Katrina      

Chapter 4
The Doctor, the Actor, the Journalist, and Oprah      

Chapter 5
What Itís Like to Rescue Animals in Disasters         

Chapter 6
Over a Century of Making a Difference      

Chapter 7
Protecting Children and Animals     

Chapter 8
New Kid on the Block    

 

SECTION Part 2
Clashes of Cultures and Hurricane Katrina      

Chapter 9
Animal Life in the Big Easy                                                       

Chapter 10
Why Did People Stay?                                                               

Chapter 11
How Were Animals and People Separated?                                     

Chapter 12
The Volunteers Who Came to Help: What Were They Thinking?          

 

SECTION Part 3
Rescues and Reunions after Hurricane Katrina   

Chapter 13
Lamar-Dixon Expo Center: Six Thousand Animals after the Storms     

Chapter 14
Animal Rescue Teams and Emergency Shelters                       

Chapter 15
More Animal Rescue Teams and Emergency Shelters

Chapter 16
Rescuing and Reuniting                                     

 

SECTION Part 4
The Future of Animal Rescue          
  

Chapter 17
Todayís Sanctuaries, Breed and Horse Rescues, and Animal Shelters   

Chapter 18
Training to Volunteer and New Careers in Animal Rescue     

Chapter 19
Preparing Pets and Farm Animals for Disaster and Evacuation      

Chapter 20
Celebrities, the Internet, and Media Bring Attention to Animal Rescue    

Chapter 21
Lessons Learned          

Chapter 22
Conclusions                                                      

 

Resources

Disaster Preparedness Websites

Animal Poison Control Hotlines

Pet Safety Products

Websites for Jobs, Careers, and Volunteer Opportunities in Animal Rescue

Animal Rescue Training Programs

Corporations That Support Animal Rescue                    

Pet-Friendly Hotels                                                     

Publications and Radio Programs for Keeping Informed about Animal Rescue

Educating Children about Animal Rescue                          

Wildlife, Marine, and International Animal Rescue

Donations

Recommended Animal Rescue Reading

Appendix
Notes
Index
Acknowledgements
About the Authors

 

 

 
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