Nearly three dozen dogs from Louisiana are getting adjusted to life in Michigan. We first told you Friday that the organization Michigan Humane rescued the pups before Hurricane Laura hit.
Now we are learning these dogs will need some extra love and attention. The plane carrying 34 dogs arrived Friday afternoon.
“All they knew is that it got real windy, they jumped on a plane and ended up in Detroit,” said President & CEO of Michigan Humane Matthew Pepper.
The pups were in a shelter in Louisiana looking for a new home, but with Hurricane Laura heading their way, Michigan Humane stepped up. When shelters are full during natural disasters, it becomes harder for local volunteers to help and/or house other pets who become displaced or stray during a storm.
That’s why organizations like Michigan Humane take in homeless animals from those shelters.
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