Colorado Flooding & Animal Rescue Groups

everyday we are hearing of more & more people missing in CO because of the floods. what i think, is how many animals are missing/starving/freezing/scared. not just house pets but livestock are being severely affected as well. they all deserve hope & help. here's an article about rescue groups helping.

i pasted below the main names, if you are interested in helping them with food, blankets, carriers and of course money helps.

PetAid Disaster Services, part of the Denver-based PetAid Colorado, which is working with emergency management teams in Adams, Boulder, Jefferson and Larimer counties. PetAid Colorado Disaster Services had boots on the ground earlier this summer during wildfires. It is performing a similar role now in the floods. “PetAid Disaster Services exists to assist small and large animals who are in need of veterinary care or other services during an extremely stressful and emotional time in a person’s life,” said program director Debrah Schnackenberg.
Special Operations Response Team (S.O.R.T.) of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, provides rescue services south of the Denver metro area.
American Humane Association announced it has mobilized its Red Star rescue team and is working to help the animal victims of the disaster. Red Star is on the scene working with Boulder County Animal Control and Code 3 Associates, a Longmont-based rescue organization that has responded to major events such as Hurricane Katrina.
Local animal shelters:
Larimer Humane Society has evacuation capacity for Larimer County residents needing pet sheltering. Larimer Humane 6317 Kyle Ave, Fort Collins, CO 970-226-2968
Large Animal Sheltering for Larimer County - The Ranch Events Complex 5280 Arena Circle Loveland, CO 80538 Contact – Richard 970-566-3525
Boulder Valley Humane Society Has evacuation capacity for household pets. Boulder Valley Humane 2323 55th St. Boulder, CO 303-442-4030
Longmont Humane has evacuation capacity for household pets. Longmont Humane 9595 Nelson Rd Longmont, CO 303-772-1232
Adams County Animal Shelter Is holding reserved capacity for Commerce City and Adams County residents. Adams County Animal Shelter 10715 Fulton St Brighton, CO 80601, 303-288-3294
Foothills Animal Shelter has evacuation capacity for household pets. Foothills Animal Shelter 580 McIntye St Golden, CO 80401
Happy Tails Dog Ranch in Berthoud announced it is available to assist with emergency boarding. It can offer three days boarding for free, and then a 50 percent discount going forward. Contact: (970) 532-4040

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