Petfinder shelters are shoveling snow along with sand

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The Petfinder Shelter Outreach Team continues to report on Petfinder member organizations in need of assistance. Read earlier posts from Tuesday and yesterday, as well as Tuesday, Wednesday, ThursdayFriday and Saturday of last week.

Sand, wind, water and now snow! With the arrival of the anticipated Nor’easter storm, east coast Petfinder members are experiencing it all.

Duncan at Husky House needs to be adopted to a home!

Donations are arriving for shelters and adoption groups in New York, New Jersey and other hard-hit states. The Daily News reports on donations that arrived today for Sean Casey Animal Rescue in Brooklyn, NY.

Can you help these organization as they deal with the one-two punch of these combined storms? Check out our earlier posts and the new reports from these shelters:

New Jersey:

New York:

  • Sean Casey Animal Rescue  has taken in 50 pets since the hurricane, and expects to shelter another 30. The group requests that people interested in adopting a pet visit their shelter at 153 E. Third Street, Brooklyn. They need space to shelter animals who will be returned to their owners, and new animals arriving every day. Sadly, Sean Casey reports via their Facebook page that “SCAR supporter Jessie Streich- Kest and her friend Jacob Vogelman were tragically killed during Sandy. Their dog Max was seriously injured by a falling tree. Please honor them by liking her Facebook page and donating to the memorial fund.”