TCAR Rescue Blog
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TCAR Rescue Blog

Tri-County Animal Rescue has aided in over 175+ rescues ranging from natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes) and from man made disasters (illegal hoarders and puppy mills).

We are emergency rescue partners with Animal Rescue Corps, and the Humane Society of the United States.

Please take a look at some of the places TCAR has went above and beyond to save our four -legged friends!

Hurricane Katrina- 93 animals saved, New Orleans 2005

Hialeah, Florida- 83 animals saved, abandoned and abused in a warehouse, 2012

EF5 Tornado- 81 animals saved, Moore Oklahoma, 2013

Bahamas- 18 dogs saved, abandoned at a Vacant Egg Farm, 2014

Hurricane Joaquin- 26 dogs rescued, South Carolina, 2015

Wauchula, Florida- saved over 221 animals from euthanasia at a high kill shelter (a shelter with a 90% euthanasia rate) 2016

Tate County, Mississippi- saved over 90 animals from a puppy mill that was investigated and shut down, September 2016

Blue Ridge Georgia- 65 animals saved from high kill shelters, 2016

Palm Beach County, Broward County,  and Miami Dade Animal Control- saved over 400+ dogs since 2010

Redlands, Miami- saved over 15 animals from abandonment, September 2016-Present . People dump their pets at this location and leave them to fend for themselves.  For those of you not familiar with this area, it is near the Everglades which is home to hundreds of predators, such as, snakes, spiders, alligators. Most animals never make it out, we are lucky to save as many as we can!

Operation Summer Saves- in collaboration with Animal Rescue Corps, saved over 60 dogs in a span of two days from  puppy mill and a few high kill shelters, 2017

Operation April Showers- saved over 155+ dogs and cats from a variety of situations (from Puppy mills, Hoarders, and high kill shelters, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia, 2017

Puerto Rico– Since Hurricane Irma/Maria destroyed much of the island, many animals were displaced. To date we’ve rescued over 250 dogs/cats from homelessness to give the animals a second chance.  2017- present

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