Mancat Monday: Purrs and Crossed Paws for Those Pets Needing Help in Louisiana

Brian's Home. Adopt cats, we deserve it! I wanted to take a few minutes today to ask each of you to send purrs, woofs and well wishes to all those affected by the recent flooding in Louisiana, there are so many helpless animals trying to survive this awful disaster.  Not only Louisiana, but our friends in Texas have had terrible flooding rains as well.

Even though the rain, for the most part, has stopped, the clean up and rescue efforts have a long way to go, and help is always needed.  As always, if you should decide to help financially, make sure your money is actually going to a group who is really helping and has paws on the ground.

I won’t repeat all of the ways to help here, but I would encourage you to check out an important site at NOLA.com, specifically How to help pets, other animals affected by Louisiana Flooding. There is also a Facebook Page covering the crisis: HERE.

Crossed paws for Louisiana PetsNow, if you will all join Sister Gracie, bow you heads, and cross your paws for all those helpless critters.  As always, remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

 

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40 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: Purrs and Crossed Paws for Those Pets Needing Help in Louisiana

  1. easy rider

    we saw the wonderful rescue of the woman and her pup from a drifting convertible and we saw so much people who risked her lives for their furfriends… we cross our paws and we hope so much that the helpers are there to avoid bad things…

  2. Marg

    It all so sad all those flooded areas. We sure do send all the animals lots of purrs and prayers. It is all too sad. You all have a great day.

  3. Elliot

    I am so sorry to read this. We hope all the animals of Louisianna will be safe and well.
    Elliot x

  4. Sherri-Ellen TD.

    **bowss head**
    Sisfur Gracie mee an LadyMum have been wunderin how thee 4 legggedss inn Louisiana an Texas are doin….
    Yur so kind to care all so.
    ***nose kissesss*** Siddhartha Henry xxxxxx

  5. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…we hope they get all de help they knead & then sum….itz wicked whatz happenin in Louisiana ~~~~ wood that those rains coulda went out west wear all thoz firez R ~~~~~~~ 🙁

    ♥♥♥

  6. Deziz World

    Oh Sweet handsum Brian and bootyful Gracie, we’s been purrayin’ hard fur all those affected by these floods. We ‘member da flood we had here and how not fun it was. We’re sendin’ lots more purrayers. Hugs to all of you.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  7. The OP Pack

    It is so hard to watch all the devastation in those areas. And the poor animals. We have watched so many being rescued on the news. Our humans have made some contributions and every little bit helps. We will keep all of those affected by the rains in our thoughts and prayers.

    Woos – Ciara and Lightning

  8. Marty the Manx

    Thanks for the link. Always so worried about the anipals when disasters like these happen. Have a great week, it looks like a tabby cat monday at your house 🙂

  9. Mickey's Musings

    We are sending purrs for all the critters affected by the floods.
    Also for fires and other disasters.
    We are so lucky to seldom face these terrible events.
    Huge purrs to all the people helping rescue the critters.
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

  10. Patrick Tillett

    We get that same terrible feeling with all the fires out here.
    The news is talking about acres burnt, evacuations, etc. We’re always thinking about the poor animals (both pets and wild).

  11. Diane

    Beautiful post. Whenever tragedy strikes I feel sad for the people but, sadder for the helpless animals who have more of a struggle:(

  12. Cathy Keisha

    We’ve been all over this, Brian. Thanks for calling more attention to those poor anipals and humans. TW’s best friend lives in one of the hardest hit sections. Her dogs were able to swim in the front yard. She didn’t get hit as bad as some others. She’s been spending her days in waist deep water going into houses and rescuing people’s pets. She’s kind of a cat whisperer so she can get them to come out. She said it’s just heart breaking. She’s seen dead dogs chained to fences and worse. The media hasn’t covered this at all.

  13. Kitties Blue

    Gracie, we will all be praying for the people and the animals. Thank you for the reminder. Mom’s going to see if she can get some green papers together as well. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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