Have you seen this handsome guy?

This is Clyde, an 8 year old Great Dane. These pictures of Clyde were taken with a camera phone while he was on the roof of the car during the flooding of New Orleans. He was last seen swimming up Central Park Place. He may have been rescued by a firefighter. Please help find him; Clyde is very friendly and is greatly missed by his family.

Attention pit bull owners

Pit Bull Rescue Central (PBRC) is networking with different organizations that were responsible for rescues in the hurricane affected areas, as well as a number of people in the pit bull community to make every effort possible to
reunite owners and pets.

If your pit bull is still missing from the disaster, please fill out a Lost Dog Report at:

And if you have
photos of your dog, email them to: pbrckatrina@gmail.com.
Owners should include their name and their dogs' name with the email.

Lost Dog Reports are posted on our website: http://www.pbrc.net/katrinalostdogs/katrinalost.htm.
Shelters and rescues
have been notified to check our website for any dogs that match the Lost Dog
Reports, in hopes that we can reunite owners with their pets.

We are also accepting Lost Dog Reports on behalf of the owners. If you are working with an owner who does not have computer access, feel free to complete a Lost Dog Report and email photos to us on behalf of the owner.

We understand that many hurricane victims have to go libraries and utilize other public computers to try to search for their pets and have limited computer time. PBRC has created an owner resource page to facilitate
quicker and easier searches for the owner. We are adding to this page daily, as new information and sources are brought to our attention. Please visit: http://www.pbrc.net/katrinalostdogs/katrinaresource.htm

PBRC also has funding assistance available for hurricane pit bulls. To find out more, please visit: http://www.pbrc.net/fund/katrina.htm#Gethelp. Assistance is available for veterinary care, boarding assistance,
food/crates and spay/neuter.

Please have a look at the dogs here: http://www.pbrc.net/katrinalostdogs/katrinalost.htm
Their owners are desperately searching for them
Direct any inquiries to: PBRC_HurricanePitBulls@yahoogroups.com


HSUS news release for pet owners

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Humane Society of the United States
(HSUS) announced today that it will continue to accept new requests for reunion assistance for families separated from their pets due to Hurricane Katrina until November 23. To aid in the reunions of as many pets and families as possible, the HSUS will continue working until December16 on any cases received by November 23. To date, our call center has facilitated nearly 600 reunions.

Families looking for their rescued animals may call HSUS reunion helpline at 1-800-HUMANE-1 until November 23

Families should also
http://www.petfinder.com and http://www.petharbor.com on a regular basis.

Financial assistance for pet transport is available to those who register with HSUS by November 23rd.

Please note that volunteers from No Animal Left Behind and Stealth will continue to assist locating and reuniting pets after December 16th.

Photos of rescued SBP animals

The photo albums of the pets rescued by Camp Lucky can be viewed at the following location:

Government Complex Building
Public Works Office
2nd Floor
Telephone 504.278.4317
Monday - Friday 8 am - 4 pm (may also be opened on weekends)

This phone number is for Animal Control but will be dispatched to the Government Building where the temporary Control Unit is currently operating. They hope to move from the Public Works Office back to the original Animal Control Site later this week so be sure to call ahead.

These photos are of animals rescued by Camp Lucky through October 1st. The original group of animals went to the SPCA in Los Angeles:

Most of the next rescues went to the Humane Society in Pinellas / Clearwater Florida, or the Wild Animal Orphanage in San Antonio, Texas. Some but not all of the photos/reports have begun to appear on Petfinder, so if possible, travel into the Parish to view the actual photos.