Following Hurricane Ian, the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League in West Palm Beach saves 57 animals from Fort Myers.
FLORIDA'S WEST PALM BEACH Hurricane Ian displaced both people and animals.
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League returned 57 animals from Fort Myers' Gulf Coast Humane Society on Friday. The Category 4 hurricane damaged the shelter's roof.
The trip allowed [Gulf Coast Humane] to focus on healing and helping their own community, said Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League CEO Sue Berry.
Big Dog Ranch Rescue rescued 20 dogs from a shelter and 12 from Manatee Rescue.
Peggy Adams' sick and injured cats and dogs are quarantined for two weeks
The shelter needs adoptions to rescue additional animals.
We prioritize adoptions. It allows more animals in Berry" "Donations and caring for these animals and others are helpful. Our social media channels and website both contain an Amazon wish list.
Participate in Peggy Adam's Halloween pet costume contest at The Square in downtown West Palm Beach on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m.
Best Dressed, Most Creative, Owner & Dog Look Alike, and Best in Show are $10 categories.
T.A. Walker will emcee. Dr. Robin Ganzert and Peggy Adams will judge the contest.