Video: Dogs and Owners Reunited After Superstorm Sandy, But Time Is Running Out


When Superstorm Sandy devastated much of the New York Coastline in late October, thousands of people were displaced, which made taking care of their dogs impossible. The ASPCA set up temporary shelters, and they ended up hosting some 16,000 animals throughout the region. As folks got back on their feet, they have been able to be reunited with their pets. In the video above, Jordan Clark talks about how important it has been to get her beloved Midnight back.

But there are still 130 pets who haven’t been retrieved at this one shelter, and time is running out. Three months is a long time for a dog to stay in an emergency facility, and soon the ASPCA will start trying to find new homes for the remaining pets.

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