It felt like the monster storm howled offshore for a lifetime, taunting with its punishing wind and churning waters just off the coast of the US Carolinas.

Now Florence has made landfall, and we turn to you for the most urgent help for the poor animals who are trapped and terrified by the mega-hurricane and rising waters.

The SEA is pouring in! Desperate people are spray-painting their phone numbers on their animals, for fear they’ll be separated! That’s how deadly this storm has become.

Hurricane Florence

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PLEASE! Dig as deep as you possibly can with us and give for the animal victims of Hurricane Florence right now. 100% of your donation will go directly to help them.

In the teeth of this relentless storm Network for Animals will give EVERY PENNY RAISED to Charleston Animal Society (CAS), the region’s animal rescue hub now working 24/7 to safely shelter the animals in their care and coordinate emergency rescue operations.

Our first check, thanks to supporters like you, was sent to CAS yesterday. They have already evacuated dozens and dozens of animals, and it’s just the beginning.

We can only imagine the scenes they’ll find. The resources they’ll expend. But we know what we would do if it was our beloved Max caught in the storm, and we know you’d do the same.

Today, stand with us against the sea and the storm and the fierce winds. We will NOT let Florence have this day! Give as generously as you can for the animals, please.

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Without us, the animals are no match for the dangerous hours and days to come.

For whatever you can give to help animals now facing the wrath of Hurricane Florence, thank you from the bottoms of our hearts. We’ll be in touch again as soon as we know more.

For the animals,

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Brian Davies,
Founder

P.S. Remember, 100% of your donations during Florence will directly help the hurricane angels of Charleston Animal Society who are now evacuating, sheltering, and rescuing animals 24/7. They need as much help as we can send them in the days to come. Please, give now.