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Susie Contreras, editor

 

Volunteer organizations help save Gulf Coast pets

When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in late August, it left thousands of people homeless, and even more pets.
Pets are in even more danger than people in a hurricane because they depend on people for protection. Volunteer organizations such as the national and local human societies and groups such as Noah’s Wish have stepped in to help save displaced pets and when possible restore them to their owners. [More]


Pet helped by Noah's Wish.
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Personal alarms: Self-defense for all

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, a woman is raped every two minutes, one out of every four college women have been raped, and 25 percent of rapes happen in public areas and parking garages. [More]


Pepper spray
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