Animal shelters in Massachusetts may be in trouble. Some say that new state regulations would make it harder for them to care for abandoned animals.
With hundreds of thousands of homes and business still without power, the Red Cross opened shelters across Massachusetts for blizzard victims Saturday.
The threat of coastal flooding prompted Marshfield police to issue a Code Red Alert, asking coastal residents to self evacuate to safe place for next two high tides.
Since starting Pet Parade last summer, nearly all the pets featured in the weekly segment have found homes.
The Red Cross has opened several shelters across Massachusetts in anticipation of Hurricane Irene.