Unloading one of 4 large supply vehciles sent to Texas by No Kill Colorado. Over 20,000 lbs of supplies were donated by Coloradans and hauled by our volunteers.
Kiren from no Kill COlorado with Maurice (middle) and a resident of Bloomington TX. Maurice's family lost thier home. It was completely destroyed. They left Maurice with friends and he was the relief operations mascot in Bloomington TX.
One of many dogs pulled from the flooded areas of Beaumont TX. Rescue teams spent over 12 hours a day pulling pets from homes and structures where they were trapped or finding something to cling on unitl help arrived.
Bascamps served as safe havens for found pets. All pets should be held for at least 30 days in hopes of reunitivng families. Only owner surrenders or pets past the stray hold should be remeoved from the area.
This kitten and 4 siblings were trapped by the team and brought in. They were very cautious and the team had to lure them with food into a cage. It took a few hours, but they got them all on a second attempt. On the first attempt the cage holes were too small and they all escaped!
Trickery can save lives!
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