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Rescuing Pets in the Hurricane Zone

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Rescuing Pets in the Hurricane Zone

Rescuing Pets in the Hurricane Zone

Rescuing Pets in the Hurricane Zone

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A volunteer vet from the Texas Veterinary Medical Association examines an incoming dog at the Humane Society in Austin, Texas. ASPCA hide caption

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Margaret McLaughlin, director of Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital's veterinary technicians in New York City, is part of an ASPCA rescue team that is finding and treating lost animals in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. She talks about the plight of animals in the battered Gulf Coast states.