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Hurricane Sandy pet evacuations

Roscoe was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society

Roscoe was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society from a Staten Island shelter following Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated) Photo Credit: Tischman Pets Photography

Following Hurricane Sandy, the Westchester Humane Society took in pet evacuees from a Staten Island pet shelter and picked up strays. All are available for immediate adoption.

A dog rescued from Sandy and available for
Photo Credit: Pets Alive Westchester staff

A dog rescued from Sandy and available for adoption at Pets Alive Westchester in Elmsford.

A cat rescued from Sandy and available for
Photo Credit: Pets Alive Westchester staff

A cat rescued from Sandy and available for adoption at Pets Alive Westchester in Elmsford.

Roscoe was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society
Photo Credit: Tischman Pets Photography

Roscoe was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society from a Staten Island shelter following Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated)

This stray brown tabby was picked up by
Photo Credit: Alison Wazmer

This stray brown tabby was picked up by the Westchester Humane Society during Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated)

Boomer, a stray dog, was picked up by
Photo Credit: Tischman Pets Photography

Boomer, a stray dog, was picked up by the Westchester Humane Society following Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated)

Lulu was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society
Photo Credit: Tischman Pets Photography

Lulu was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society from a Staten Island shelter following Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated)

Storm was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society
Photo Credit: Tischman Pets Photography

Storm was evacuated to the Westchester Humane Society from a Staten Island shelter following Hurricane Sandy and is available for adoption. (Undated)

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