Today wasn’t a transport day, it was a disaster simulation training day with animal services and the Red Cross chapter. For years I have worked to get these two organizations to try and work together when setting up shelters. Well we did it. Red Cross set up their’s and animal services set up their’s and we all wanted to see how it would work out. It did just fine. Now displaced people can have their animals right next to them at the shelter and we all know how much that would mean to most folks. It’s better for them and much better for the animals, that’s what its all about.
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