BOSTON (CBS) — Animal shelters are preparing for Hurricane Ida to hit the Gulf Coast on Sunday. MSPCA and the Northeast Animal Shelter are working to bring 45 dogs and 26 cats from Louisiana to Massachusetts.
The goal is to make more room for animals who may need shelter in the wake of the storm, the MSPCA tweeted.READ MORE: Police Searching For Driver Who Fled Into Woods After Hitting Camper Van On I-495 In Andover
BREAKING: As #HurricaneIda strengthens and barrels toward the Gulf coast, animals are directly in her path. We and @NEAnimalShelter are taking 45 dogs and 26 cats from #Louisiana to make room for more animals who may need shelter in the wake of the storm 1/2 pic.twitter.com/zwFvnjvZY0
— MSPCA-Angell (@MspcaAngell) August 28, 2021READ MORE: Boch Center Becomes 1st Performing Arts Center In Boston To Offer On-Site Rapid COVID Tests
The organization said they may evacuate even more animals depending on the strength of the storm.MORE NEWS: Northeast Metro Tech Football Player Seriously Injured During Saturday Game
They asked for donations to make sure the arriving animals will be well cared for.