Dog Missing After Harvey Is Reunited With His Best Friend By A Photographer & Social Media: Operation Houston 3.0
Only hope for paws could do this! We feel for this woman and the circumstances that led up to her having to search for weeks for her dog Tank, after Hurricane Harvey in Houston, TX
Meet Linda Cantu, her dog was taken from her the Saturday after Hurricane Harvey.
Tank was picked up by a known local rescue that might have been a little too zealous dispatching untrained volunteer dog rescuers into areas trying to "sweep clean" the dogs still on the streets a week to 2 weeks after Hurricane Harvey.
Also, meet Yvette Holzbach, a photographer and pet lover who has been volunteering with Houston animal rescues for many years. Yvette had discovered the rescue she used to volunteer with had inadvertently picked up Linda's dog from outside her home in downtown Houston and she was working feverishly to reunite Guardian and dog.
The WA2S team in Texas met up with Yvette at the NRG Arena where Best Friends Animal Society was set up to help, hold, and then reunite pets with their Guardians.
Issues at the forefront are what happened to families with pets, pets that were left behind, and the countless stray dogs left to fend for themselves during and after Mother Nature’s fury.
Best Friends Animal Society had set up shop at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds accepting, housing and vetting any and all dogs and cats that needed help. Now that facility is only maintaining pets from the county and Best Friends has a huge setup inside NRG Arena.
This video was created with the financial assistance of donors across the globe including: Associate Producer, Diane Donnelly of The Donnelly Group.
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Operation Houston Stray Dog City is filmed with: Sony, Panasonic, and DJI cameras
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