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Photos of my Katrina Pet Rescues
There were lots of wild birds waiting for me when I arrived home, about a hundred came out when I put out seed including these noisy assed parrots. I ran out of food so I went to Jefferson feed on Jefferson Hwy.
Jeff Feed had become a drop off location for animals (It's not now, so don't take animals there) so I volunteered to help. I thought I would be leaving cat food in dishes in front of houses in Jefferson Parish. Turns out they needed me to go into New Orleans.
Checkpoint to enter New Orleans. I needed a special pass to enter.
I was packing heat the first day I went in, didn't know what to expect. the city was strangley quiet, very few people except police and Nat guard. Probably one of the safest places in America now. this is a shop close to Lee Circle on St. Charles
Canal Street going to a pet rescue on N rampart
No luck in Lakewood friday, surge very high, some sites had 20 to 70 animals all dead
Boat rescue on Painters st. Heard dogs barking but could not locate .Turns out, we passed a guy trapped in his attic on this street but didn't hear him, he was rescued the next day
Foreign aid sighting, thanks Germany
This cat bit the crap out of me, but we're friends now
fun in the mud
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