Suncoast Animal League helps rescue over 20 dogs, puppies from Louisiana

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – More than 20 dogs are safe from Hurricane Ida Sunday night and are now in the Tampa Bay area.

The Suncoast Animal League has partnered with St. Landry Parish Animal Control in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana to get the dogs out of the storm’s path and bring them here to the Suncoast Animal Shelter in Palm Harbor.

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After a 12 hour hike, these hurricane dogs are now seeking shelter and safety in Tampa Bay, including a mother and her seven 6 week old pups.

Fortunately, all Louisiana dogs and puppies have found foster homes across Tampa Bay, according to the Suncoast Animal League.

If you would like to help or take care of another four-legged friend, please send an email to [email protected]

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