After proactively rescuing four four-legged Floridans from Hurricane Dorian's projected course - before the devastating tropical cyclone even touched landfall in the U.S., Bideawee
, a leading no-kill pet welfare organization serving metropolitan New York and Long Island, would like to introduce the new New Yorkers who are ready to find their loving homes.
Lova Boy. (Courtesy Photo)
Hershey and Lova Boy, both 1-year-old, can be found at the Manhattan Bideawee headquarters, while Roscoe, 4-years-old, and Sherlock, 2-years-old, are at Bideawee's Westhampton adoption center.
Roscoe. (Courtesy Photo)
"Our staff has been proactive in its attempt to coordinate rescue efforts even before the hurricane has hit the mainland," said Leslie Granger, President of Bideawee. "Not only has Bideawee spared Roscoe, Sherlock, Hershey and Lova Boy from the hurricane's destruction, but by transporting and housing shelter animals from down south, space in affected shelters becomes available for the pets who will sadly, but inevitably, find themselves stranded and in need."
Hershey. (Courtesy Photo)
Upon arriving at Bideawee, Roscoe, Sherlock, Hershey and Lova Boy received a bath, a medical exam and vaccinations.
Bideawee is located at 118 Old Country Road in Westhampton. For more information, call 631-684-0079 or visit www.bideawee.org.
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