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Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando relocates dogs in Louisiana ahead of Hurricane Ida’s arrival

ST LANDRY PARISH, La. — Before Hurricane Ida moved onto the Louisiana shore, Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando moved in to help some of man’s best friends escape the impact of the storm.

Officials with Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando said they helped relocate dogs from shelters in the path of the storm.

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The Central Florida pet alliance relocated the dogs along with the help of the St. Landry Parish animal control.

The northern eyewall of Hurricane Ida moved onto the shore in Southeastern Louisiana at around 1 p.m. Saturday.

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The storm is expected to bring “catastrophic” storm surges and damaging hurricane-force winds to the area.

The group said the dogs will be seen by veterinarians before they will be up for adoption.

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Anyone looking for more information can visit the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando’s website here.

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