Harvey Shelter Animals Arrive in New Jersey

Four Legged Storm Victims Are Being Welcomed In NJ-New Jersey is opening its heart to pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey.

One-hundred dogs are arriving at Morristown Municipal Airport later  today and yesterday over a dozen dogs and cats arrived in Tenafly. Robyn Urman  of Pet ResQ, Inc. says the Tenafly animals came from a flooded shelter  in Texas and desperately need "furrever" homes. In the meantime, they're  being groomed, spayed or neutered, microchipped and placed with foster  families.

The dogs flying into Morris County today will be housed at St.  Hubert's Animal Welfare Center, in Madison, until they're placed. Source: NBC New York

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