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Our team is in the air, headed to Puerto Rico

Dear Blue,

Since the moment Hurricane Maria made landfall, PETA's Emergency Response Team has been working to overcome maddening obstacles so that it can bring some relief to the countless animals left to fend for themselves on the battered island.

Six days and multiple canceled flights later, commercial air traffic remains at almost a standstill, while the lack of food, water, and power is quickly turning the already desperate situation in Puerto Rico into a tragedy.

That's why right now, PETA's rescue team is happy to be off the ground, having chartered a plane. It is heading to Puerto Rico with badly needed supplies for animals there—as well as invaluable disaster-rescue experience.

 
A PETA rescuer in Texas.
 

This is the same team that, just a couple of weeks ago, was on the ground rescuing animals from the floodwaters in Texas and Louisiana after Hurricane Harvey hit. The members are in touch—when there's cell phone service—with local shelters that are eager for their arrival, and they are receiving help from area animal activists who will provide gasoline and other vital supplies that have become hard to impossible to come by since the storm.

While there are still many communication problems on the island, we'll do our level best to send you regular updates in the coming days from our team members as they help dogs, cats, and other animals, I'm sure, in trouble after Maria's devastation.

Thank you for supporting our critically important rescue work in the aftermath of natural disasters like Maria.

Kind Regards,

Daphna Nachminovitch
Senior Vice President
PETA

 

 
Support PETA's Rescue Team!
 
 

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