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Warren County Humane Society houses pets for homeless owners – NewsChannel5.com

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WTVF) — As the tornadoes tore through Tennessee and southern Kentucky, it created a surge of pets separated from their owners.

In the aftermath of such a destructive storm, Lorri Hare with the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society is doing what she can to help.

“I’ve been at our facility 23 years and I’ve never experienced anything like this here,” Hare said.

Since their internet was restored Tuesday, they say they’ve been inundated with owners who are now homeless, looking for a place to keep their cats and dogs.

“They’ve lost their home, they have no where to take their pet with them, so we’re gonna house them until they can take their pet, that’s the right thing to do,” Hare said.

Hare says she wants pet owners who need help in both southern Kentucky and in middle Tennessee, to contact them, which you can do here.

Source: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/warren-county-humane-society-houses-pets-for-homeless-owners

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Crews douse North Park fire, revive two pet cats – The San Diego Union-Tribune

NORTH PARK — 

Crews revived two pet cats and doused a kitchen fire in a North Park apartment building late Monday morning, San Diego Fire-Rescue officials said.

The fire was reported about 11:35 a.m. on Park Boulevard north of Cypress Avenue, near North Park’s western border with Hillcrest.

Firefighters searched the apartment for victims, and came across two cats they needed to revive, Battalion Chief Erik Windsor told OnScene TV.

“Fortunately San Diego fire units have veterinary style EMS (emergency medical service) equipment on our units and they were able to use that equipment to revive the cats,” Windsor said.

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