Rescued - Saving Animals From Disaster: Life-Changing Stories and Pratical Suggestions - Allen & Linda Anderson ; foreword by John Ensign.
By: Anderson, Allen
Contributor(s): Anderson, Linda CMaterial type: TextPublisher: Novato, Calif. : New World Library, c2006Description: xx, 346 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cmISBN: 1577315448; 9781577315445 (pbk. : acidfree paper)Subject(s): Animal rescue -- Louisiana -- New Orleans | Disaster relief -- Louisiana -- New Orleans | Hurricane Katrina, 2005 | Pets -- Louisiana -- New Orleans | Pet owners -- Louisiana -- New Orleans | Animal rescue -- United States | Disaster relief -- United StatesDDC classification: 976.3/35044 LOC classification: HV4765.L8 | A63 2006Online resources: Table of contents | Publisher description
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Pets - Dogs
Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-320) and index.
Pt. 1: Rescuing members of the family. The changing relationship between people and animals ; Who rescues the animals? ; Katrina to Katrina ; The doctor, the actor, the journalist, and Oprah ; What it's like to rescue animals in disasters ; Over a century of making a difference ; Protecting children and animals ; New kid on the block -- Pt. 2: Clashes of cultures and Hurricane Katrina. Animal life in the Big Easy ; Why did people stay? ; How were animals and people separated? ; The volunteers who came to help : what were they thinking? -- Pt. 3: Rescues and reunions after Hurricane Katrina. Lamar-Dixon Expo Center : emergency shelter for animals after the storms ; Animal rescue teams and emergency shelters ; More animal rescue teams and emergency shelters ; Rescuing and reuniting -- Pt. 4: The future of animal rescue. Today's sanctuaries, breed and horse rescues, and animal shelters ; Training and careers in animal rescue ; Preparing pets and farm animals for disaster and evacuation ; Media, celebrities, and the Internet bring attention to animal rescue ; Lessons learned ; Conclusion.