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ASPCA Handing Out Supplies to Pet Parents in Need

Friday, November 2, 2012 - 4:00pm

Right now in New York City, thousands of people are waiting in lines, some that stretch for blocks. They’re waiting for the basic necessities: food, water, toilet paper and, yes, pet food.

Victims of Sandy have been through so much, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped caring about their pets. For some NYC residents, their pets may be all they have left.

So as early as we could, the ASPCA began visiting some of the hardest hit areas with desperately needed pet supplies like dog food, cat food and cat litter. At each location, we’ve barely opened up our trucks before they are emptied by pet parents in need.

As our responders handed out supplies to everyone we could this afternoon, an 11- or 12-year-old boy stopped to thank us.

“Thank you so much,” he said. “I have a dog at home, and he’s hungry.”

Help us continue to provide food, supplies and relief for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

For updates on the ASPCA’s response to Sandy, please keep visiting this blog, and follow the ASPCA on Twitter.

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Rob

I would like to know if it's true that you put down an animal if they can not be placed in a loving home, if so, how would that make you any different from the people that harm or even kill them. Eventually you will do the same and by loving hands. If what I heard is true.