As floodwaters, saturate parts of the Midwest and Southeastern United States, UAN's Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers are hard at work taking care of hundreds of animals evacuated in Southeast Missouri.
Submitted by UAN Emergency Services Manager Janell Matthies
Even though we did not get an ideal hearing last Monday (the judge ruled to give the defendant more time to prepare), we understand that in order to get the job done right, patience comes into play. In the meantime, the animals continue to thrive in our care: They are receiving food, water, socialization, treats and, most important, human interaction and compassion.
Check out these short videos of PUPPIES from our temporary shelter in Arizona. A team of UAN's Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers is caring for more than 250 animals rescued from a hoarding case on March 23--including four nursing moms and their pups.
Submitted by EARS volunteer Marcia Goodman of Cromwell, Connecticut
On Monday, March 28, I met with EARS volunteer Paula Redinger of Tucson, Arizona to learn more about how the dog we've named Bucky has been progressing at the emergency animal shelter that UAN built and is managing. Here is an excerpt from our interview.