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Responding to the Destruction of Hurricane Katrina

FOR RELEASE: Sept. 13, 2005

Sept. 13, 2005 - From the Dean

As the flood waters recede, it is tempting to think that our help is no longer needed. However, for many of the animals and their caregivers, the labor and the agony increases daily as injured and sick animals are being added to those that are homeless. <more>

Sept. 6, 2005 - From the Dean

The sometimes forgotten victims of Hurricane Katrina are the pets, horses, livestock and other animals left without homes, food or shelter as their human companions have evacuated. Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine is working closely with Louisiana State University as they are on the front line of rescue and care efforts for pets and other animals. <more>

Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine In the Field

Sept. 26, 2005 - Email from Dawn Greenberg
Sept. 22, 2005 - Email from Britton Badgley-Babcock
Sept. 20, 2005 - Email from Britton Badgley-Babcock
Sept. 17, 2005 - Email from Dr. Ursula Krotscheck, D.A.C.V.S.
Sept. 16, 2005 - Email from Catherine Reiss
Sept. 16, 2005 - Email from Dr. Nishi Dhupa
Sept. 13, 2005 - Email from Catherine Reiss
Sept. 13, 2005 - Email from Dr. Michele Steffey D.A.C.V.S.

Our Efforts in the News

Cornell Vets helping pets of Katrina  Syracuse News10
Vet. School Sends La. Supplies, Personnel  Cornell Daily Sun
CU vet school sending aid to stranded pets  Ithaca Journal
Cornell Vet College aids massive Louisiana animal rescue effort  Cornell News