“I’m just trying to find good families for some very wonderful animals"
Robyn Urman has been a pet lover all her life! In fact she is so enamored with the furry creatures that she spends much of her time rescuing those in need.
She started a pet rescue organization eight years ago called Pet Resq Inc. Hours after Hurricane Katrina hit the
Ms. Urman has been working with pets for 20 years. She went down to the
In addition to finding small animals, Ms.Urman fed and watered dozens of horses and found new boarding places for them while in
Ms. Urman has seven of her own pets, three dogs and four cats. Her oldest dog is named “Pebbles” and is 10 years old. Her oldest cat, Wookie, is 15. Ms. Urman doesn’t have a favorite pet, she loves all her pets equally, she said.
Ms. Mara Cohen, a
Ms. Cohen was looking for a new pet when she heard about the dozens of homeless animals in the south following Hurricane Katrina. “My sister told me about a group of dogs that had been rescued and brought to her town,” Ms. Cohen said. She contacted Ms. Urman’s organization after that conversation.
Pet Resq Inc. continues to look for places for animals. If you want to adopt a pet or give a generous donation to the organization, visit the website www.petresqinc.petfinders.org. These furry creatures are just waiting to be adopted and loved.
24 W. Railroad Avenue, Suite 172
Tenafly NJ 07670
Why does this dog look so sad? Maybe because he misses his real owners who had to evacuate to a shelter and believed they would be back home in 2 days. He was found in the 9th Ward in case he looks familiar to anyone.
The male Cairn Terrier below is available for adoption - anyone recognize him?