Ida Update: Louisiana SPCA Seeking Post-Storm Help

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, eight leading Louisiana animal shelters are actively working together on animal response. On behalf of that group, Louisiana SPCA requests your help in the following areas:

Experienced animal care and shelter operations personnel for post-storm response

Email Todd Cramer, Lead Incident Coordinator, and be sure to include:

  • how many personnel can deploy
  • when they can deploy
  • if they have special skills/experience, such as animal handling/husbandry, behavior, management, volunteer management, etc.

ACO vehicles and officers

12 marked animal control vehicles (not vans), each with 2 trained officers who are self-contained, are needed on standby. They will assist with assessments and feeding, and should be prepared for a two-week rotation.

If you are able to meet this need, please email Todd Cramer, Lead Incident Coordinator

If you are interested in other volunteer opportunities or can provide supplies, email

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