SPCA Tampa Bay is helping transport 45 dogs and cats affected by Hurricane Sally to Tampa Bay on Friday.
The impact of Hurricane Sally on the Gulf Coast caused widespread damage and flooding, leaving many shelters powerless and without water.
SPCA Tampa Bay will save up to 30 cats and 15 dogs.
The SPCA Tampa Bay regional rescue team will meet the Louisiana SPCA team in the Tallahassee area, where the animals will be safely returned to SPCA Tampa Bay on Friday.
The SPCA team should arrive back at the Largo Shelter at 6:00 p.m. The cats and dogs have already been in the adoption hall and after thorough medical examinations by SPCA Tampa Bay, some of them may be available for adoption as early as Sunday.
To find out more about these rescued animals, log in SPCA website and follow the rescue team’s efforts on their Facebook page.