Tiny lets her back feet be her pillow on a rainy, rainy day.
"By sending one of these cards today, you can help ensure that no pet is ever left behind again when disaster strikes," email the good folks at The Humane Society of the United States, urging animal lovers to support the PETS Act to include animals in disaster evacuation plans:
Thousands of pets were left behind in the wake of Hurricane Katrina: trapped in empty houses, stranded on rooftops above the flood waters, wandering alone through deserted streets.
The U.S. Senate is considering the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards (PETS) Act, which would require that pets and service animals are included in disaster evacuation plans.Please help us get this law passed today.
Send one of our moving eCards to your friends and family and urge them to take action. Each card tells the touching story of a pet rescued by The Humane Society of the United States after Hurricane Katrina.
Here's the eCard we'll be sending to family and friends, urging them to contact their Senators.
Once your friends receive an eCard from you, they can fill out a form that will be forwarded to their senators and then email cards to their own friends to spread the word.
Back-feet pillow unavailable? Babe settles nicely for a fluffy tail.
Update: Lots more animals aboard Modulator's 91st Friday Ark.