SK: Fw: LIST OF NEW ORLEANS ANIMALS NEED TO BE SAVED

Mary Kaye Ashley mka at tampabay.rr.com
Sun Sep 4 07:59:00 PDT 2005



Please feel free to cross post.
Mary Kaye


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Pets & Animals in Distress" <contact at petsandanimals.org>
To: <mka at skunks.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 9:59 AM
Subject: LIST OF NEW ORLEANS ANIMALS NEED TO BE SAVED




URGENT 911 HELP TO SAVE THE NEW ORLEANS ANIMALS SEPT 4 @ 9.45 AM POSTED

THESE ARE DISTRESS E-MAILS THAT HAVE BEEN RECEIVED  ON OF ANIMALS THAT WERE
LEFT BEHIND IN HOMES IN NEW ORLEANS. PLEASE CROSSPOST THESE  ANYWHERE YOU
CAN. ANY RESCUE GROUPS IN THE NEW ORLEANS AREA OR ANYONE IN THE AREA THAT
CAN HELP SAVE THESE ANIMALS AND  GET THEM OUT PLEASE HELP.  WE ARE COMPILING
THESE LISTS TO  PASS ON TO BE CROSSPOSTED DAILY.  THANK YOU

A lady named Linda Coker from New Orleans has evacuated to Birmingham, AL
and residing there with family.  She left her pets in New Orleans and they
are confirmed alive.  They need rescue help.There are two dogs in the
backyard that were alive as of Tuesday.  There are two cats that are in the
bedroom with a self-feeder. None of the four pets have ID tags.

Owner:  Linda Coker
Phone number:  563-355-2127 (can be reached at all times and staying in
Birmingham, AL)


Location of pets:
3601 Constance Street
New Orleans
Corner of Constance and Foucher - one block riverside of Magazine


If anyone knows someone or if someone is close to this area could you please
check on this 10 year old dog and her pup. I will have friends down there
with Arkansians for Animals next week, if there is anyway to get these guys
to them they will bring them back to us. Please cross post with hopes that
someone somewhere will find them and all the others lost in this mess.
Thank you
Jaxie
Beebe Humane Society
501-882-5281
This is my cousins address in New Orleans... He lives in Jefferson Perish
House address is:  2480 Page Jenette  Harvey LA.    They have them in their
garage and he put his blazer sideways in front of the garage door. Please if
they can check.  There are 2 dogs a mother dog and a pup.  Mother is 10
yr.old .  They are really worried about this heat.
_______________________________________________________________________

Here is Terri's information in case you do know of anyone who may be nearher
at all.  If anyone can get to her please do. Thank you!

Terri Mitchell
6821 Shore Drive
Ocean Springs, Miss. 39564
*She and her boyfriend are still at her house which was destroyed.  With
hershe has 7 dogs and fifteen cats!  This is urgent.

Her cell - 228-861-0109  (best to text message her)

Contacts here in LA who are trying to help Terri:
Christi Metropole - 310-283-6235
Julia Pennington - 310-344-7366

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My name is Jackie Johnston.   My phone number in Baton Rouge is
225-272-9139.  My mom's cell number here is 225-229-9437.  My cell number is
504-717-0239.

My fiance and I left New Orleans on friday for our routine weekend visit to
Baton Rouge, not as an evacuation. We didn't realize how serious the storm
was until Sunday, and by then, it was too late to get back to New Orleans to
pick up our cats.
We have three cats at our apartment on Magazine Street.  They were left with
enough water and food for approximately 3-4 days, on Saturday.  I'm worried
sick and I'm not sure what to do.
I do not know how long they can go without food and water, but I assume that
they will be running out very soon if they haven't already.
The address my cats are at is 4820 Magazine Apt. 3.  New Orleans, LA 70115.

The apartment will be locked.  If the door needs to be broken down, that is
fine.  Anything that has to be done to save them.  Once inside the
apartment, the cats will be closed up in the back bedroom.  There is one
very large tabby and 2 smaller (one black and one black and white) cats.
All are female.

I am falling apart and would be so grateful if someone could help me.

Please email or call me with any information on what might be done to help
them.

I am offering a reward to anyone who can help.

Sincerely, Jackie Johnston

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Owner:  Cheryl Piccininni
text message her:   504-473-2874
 My condo # is 843-449-5752 (hasn't been working)
cmp1227 at netzero.net
Now staying with a friend in Virginia Beach: Kent Lilly.  His cell# is
757-509-0638.

Cheryl left her poodle, Rose' with this vet for boarding before the storm,
not realizing this storm was coming....  she received word from the vet he
was going to euthanize both Cheryl's poodle and another dog in his care, as
he was going to evacuate New Orleans....Cheryl begged him not to kill her
precious poodle, as not only is she her beloved family member, but all she
has left in the world. The following is the name of the animal clinic and
address where Cheryl left her poodle...

Dr. Mikes Animal House.....  1120 N. Rampart, New Orleans   504-523-4455

Red apricot poodle, named Rose'  14#, 13 yrs. old
She only answers to Rose' (like Rosea) not Rose..... Cherly Piccininni, the
owner, is now receiving calls on her cell phone

____________________________________________________________
this is an email asking for help from Cheryl....
Only way to contact me is email, my cell via text and I can hopefully call
out.  Having a problem with (225) Baton Rouge #'s.  My condo # is
843-449-5752, but It will probably be busy since right now I am dial up.
Also I am leaving here tomorrow to drive to VA Beach.  Friends name I am
staying with is Kent Lilly.  His cell# is 757-509-0638.
Cheryl

I saw on the news on Monday that the Metairie Small Animal Hospital, in
Metairie, Louisiana, had 175 pets that had been boarded there by people
fleeing the hurricane.  I haven't heard or seen anything on the news since
about whether the 175 pets were stuck in the hospital or whether they had
been evacuated.


Ashley Hernandez
504-810-8812 or 504-481-8338
6611 Chartres St.
Scruff & Gizmo
Gizmo is a black and white female cat. She has white on her lips and going
down her neck and under her belly. She has white paws. She is a very petite
cat. Scruff is black and white female dog. She has a white underbelly. She
is usually a very furry dog but right before i left i shaved her so she
should have fine short fur, but im not sure. She has a white diamond shape
on her forehead and a vurved tail. Both animals are very sweet. Scurff
doenst bite, but she does bark.

You may break into the house if you can make it their. If you do im
eternally greatful to you. Im not sure if they have excess to food.


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My friend Cherie Holton had to evacuate her home, and was not able to take
her 2 cats with her.  She boarded them up in her condo thinking she would be
back in a day or two.

They are at:

1631 Esplanade Ave, Unit F (second floor)
New Orleans, LA

Her cell phone number where she can be reached is
818-321-5782.

I am in California, and can not get through to her.  The best I can get is
her voice mail and that was only today.  Up until now all I could get is
that the circuits are busy, try again later.  She is somewhere in LA. even
though she still has an 818 area code.  Please see if someone there can
contact her, or get her cats out of the above address.

Thank you for anything you can do,

Margie Brinkman
2mhb at earthlink.net
818-419-9580


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I have previously posted this message with NoahsWish,
but I will also send it to you to pass onto any other
rescue groups available in the area:

A good friend was forced to leave her 2 Burmese cats
in her home in uptown NO when evacuating.  The area
did not flood, but they will run out of food and
water.  If rescue teams go into New Orleans PLEASE get
Litle Kitty and Big Kitty at 3520 Vincennes Place New
Orleans, 70125-4352.  We have space available to keep
these cats as long as is needed, and we can meet on
the outskirts of the evacuated areas from either the
east or the west.

Please contact:

Lynne Adrian 205-246-3186 (cell phone available 24/7)
or 205-348-9762 weekdays or 205-553-7136 evenings.;
fax 205-553-7136

or

Adrian Hagemann 214-651-5446 or 214-370 9420 and leave
a message

The cats belong to Aylin and Stephen Maklansky, who
will be with family in New York.

You can also reach me by email at Adrian_etc at yahoo.com

Thank you for your help.

Lynne Adrian


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Hello,

I have posted this on Craigslist, but perhaps you could also put it on your
website. I would hate to see people give up on their stranded cats too
early.

Jacek



Cats can last for weeks without food and water

If you have left a cat stranded in New Orleans, please keep in mind that a
healthy adult cat can survive for at least three weeks after she/he runs out
of food and water. This is well documented, and we have rescued two such
cats myself in Stockton, California. One was caught in inside an attict of a
house (during reroofing). We were called in more than two weeks after he was
last seen, and it took me a few days to locate and then retrieve the cat. He
was in decent shape after 3 weeks in the hot attic. He may have been able to
lick some water condensing on the metal roof at night, but there was
absolutely no food there. The other cat was locked inside a steel shipping
container for three weeks, again without any water or food.

In fact, if there are rodents, or even cockroaches (and those are plentiful
in the South), a cat will last much, much longer. We have rescued a cat who
had been hunting and eating cockroaches for quite a while, and she was fine.

Please don't give up on them! They may still be waiting for you.

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My friend Dolores Schwilling that resided at 207 Nursery St in Old Metairie
left her home to go to work the morning that katrina was to hit. She works
at Maison Hospitalier for the elderly in the Quarter and they offered her
and her cats a room to  stay safe with the hurricane coming. A friend picked
her up that morning but she could not get one of her cats named Zee that
went into hiding when she tried to take her so she left her food for five
days thinking she would go back home after the hurricane passed. Dolores had
no way to get back to her house and is now in Houston where she was
transported with all of the elderly from the home and is helping there. She
is desperate for her Zee and is begging someone to help her rescue her
beloved cat and hopefully reunite them.   Please if my message is received,
please can someone go to
 207 A  Nursery St. it is the cottage in the back of the main house to the
right. there is a wreath in between the door and the screen door. Zee is a
taimed Farrel cat she is very tender with Dolores but is scared of stangers
so you will have to throw a pillow case over her to get her. Dolores is at
the Holiday Inn in Houston ,if you find Zee please call Dolores at
1-281-449-2311 room no.204.
thank you and God Bless you .
Patricia

Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) is in immediate need of people to
help transport animals from Jackson, MS to Birmingham, AL.  They currently
have 140 dogs needing transport as soon as possbile!  The North Shore Animal
League is on their way back with a load of animals and will be making a
second trip tomorrow.  GBHS needs  people to go tomorrow and/or Monday to
assist in picking these animals up.  If you are available or know of someone
who can help, please contact Renee at GBHS 205-942-1211 on Sunday.  Be sure
to tell the receptionist at GBHS that Renee is the volunteer in Jacque's
office.  Renee will know all of the details and instructions.
Thank you for your efforts and for helping the helpless!

Contact information:
Greater Birmingham Humane Society
205-942-1211
Renee (volunteer in Jacque's office)

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The following paragraph explains why I'm looking for Snowball:
"NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (AP) -- At the front of the line, the weary refugees
waded through ankle-deep water, grabbed a bottle of water from state
troopers and happily hopped on buses that would deliver them from the
horrendous conditions of the Superdome.
Many people had dogs and they cannot take them on the bus. A police officer
took one from a little boy, who cried until he vomited. "Snowball,
snowball," he cried. The policeman told a reporter he didn't know what would
happen to the dog."
I have no description, but imagine the dog must be white with the name
Snowball.  I will foster the dog, arrange & pay for its care, whatever it
takes to save this dog for the little boy.  The policeman who was at the
Superdome on Thursday, September 1st when the dog was taken may know more.
If you have or come across any information, please contact me.  Thank you.
Barbara Blake
Redondo Beach,CA
BarbaraBlake at BarbaraBlake.com



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We left our cats in our house when we evacuated from Katrina, Sat Aug 27th.
They are two small black cats named Olive and Bingo. My two daughters are
totally distraught knowing they are boarded up in our house.  Our house is
at 5022 Loyola Ave. New Orleans, la 70115. Between Soniat and Robert.  It's
a maroon single story house and from satelite pictures, it looks like our
neighborhood isn't flooded.  Our bedroom window is not totally boarded up
and the window should open or can be broken.  They had some food but I'm
sure it's gone.  If you could just get them out, they could fend for
themselves. Please help!

Patrick Kadow
504-914-9916
318-402-9952
________________________________________________________________________
I am looking for any information about the All Creatures Country Club near
Mandeville on the North shore. I do not know if they evacutated or are still
there with no phones.

My two dear dogs:

Buggy (male, neutered, black with tan and white points, wearing black
leather collar with ID and rabies tags)

and Turtle (female , spayed, brindled and white terrrier mix, about 35 lbs,
wearing brown leather collar with brass hearts on it as well as her tags)

were there when the storm hit and I am desperate to find out if they are ok
and if the roads are navigable.

Any information or help would be so very very appreciated!
Thank you
-Whitney Stone
(504) 495-1747 cell, not working so hot
(502) 245-0369 mother's house in KY

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I can house homeless animals here at Countryside Rescue in Santa Rosa,
California if someone can get them out here. We can house dogs, cats,
rabbits, chickens & farm animals.
Michele Mussen,
http://en.groundspring.org/EmailNow/pub.php?module=URLTracker&cmd=track&j=41636194&u=383298

n a message dated 9/3/2005 8:32:18 PM Pacific Daylight Time,


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When i left for the evacuation from new orleans I had no idea that I would
be leaving for so long.  I have two cats in my apartment that i left with
about a week supply of food and water.
My address is 5006 A Bienville Ave.  IT is a cottage house behind 5006
Bienville, and is very near the corner of Bienville and City Park Ave.
PLEASE, what ever you can do, I will gladly pay someone for their services.

Thank you-

Clarissa Nelson
970-946-7072
__________________________________________________
From: Brian & Lynn Lehman  bllehman at execpc.com
To: katie.walter at comcast.net
Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 10:43 PM
$500 REWARD for return of SNOWBALL to his young owner -
New Orleans - CROSSPOST WIDELY!!


Crossposting... about the sad story of the boy's little dog.




----- Original Message -----
Bbruce777 at aol.com   (@aol.com)
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 2005 10:22:41 EDT
Five_State_Rescue -  $500 REWARD for return of SNOWBALL to his young owner -
New Orleans

I had nightmares last night after reading about a tiny white Bichon being
torn from a little boy's arms because it was not allowed to get on a rescue
bus.

This dog may end up in a shelter, rescue group, or found by an individual.
If this dog can be returned to the little boy and confirmed, I will pay a
$500 reward.

Billie Sue Bruce
276-346-4257
I have contacted every organization that i can come across.  My dog is
boarded at Dr. Mike's Animal House at 1120 N. Rampart in the French Quarter
across from the louis armstrong park b/n canal and esplanade - he is on the
second floor - there are at two other animals being boarded there and no one
can find out any information.

My dog is nietzsche - he is a 10 year old mixed pointer, white with
brown/black brindle spots - i have attached what little pictures i have of
him with me, everything i own is still in new orleans.

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

Limor Ben-Maier
561)504-3294

________________________________________________________________

I have 4 cats to be rescued from our home in Uptown New Orleans at 1821
Milan St.(near Napoleon and St. Charles Ave.) I have the key and will be in
the area and can meet rescuers with the key, come with them, AND help them
rescue other pets.  I have 2 sets of chest waders with me, although my
street supposedly has very little water, and St. Charles has none.  We are
desparate for help!!  Please contact me at 504.858.9119 cell, or
337.942.2886.  Thank you, Ann Chaney


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We were out of town when the New Orleans area had to be evacuated.  That
keep us out of harm's way but left my dog to take care of himself.  He was
being watched by a neighbor while we were gone but we haven't been able to
reach the neighbors so Skiddles' status and/or whereabouts is unknown.

Skiddles is a mixed breed dog of average size (about 45 pounds) and has the
head and chow of a Chow but the hair of a collie or shepherd.  He is kind of
rust colored with darke patches on him.  He is a good natured dog but scared
of strangers and may act aggressively until approached.  Once approached by
a strangers, he usually backs down and tried to hide.

He was in the back yard at house which is located at 3617 E. Loyola Drive in
Kenner.  I am 1 block east of Kenner Regional Hospital and 1.5 blocks north
of W. Esplande (the hospital is on the corner of Loyola Drive and W.
Esplanade).  The gate on the left side of the house has a padlock on it but
it isn't locked...it is just turned to look locked.  Skiddles will probably
be in the back part of the house where our laundry room is.

My cell number is 504-813-3961 but I am only receiving text right now and my
email address is micheleebriggs at yahoo.com.

Any help locating and saving Skiddles would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Michele
7436 Hurst Street
New Orleans, LA  70118
Contact info:
504.495.1460 mobile
713.828.6125 cousin here in houston, with whom we're staying



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Pet: 2 year old, tortoise shell-colored outdoor cat. Left outdoors, she
often lives underneath our house.

Thank you,
Richard McCarthy
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I left behind my Calico cat that goes by the name "Q" A/K/A "Q-Bird" A/K/A
Quiltsy at 2026 Chestnut St., New Orleans, LA 70130.  She was wearing a red
and black collar with a 2004 New Orleans Rabies tag on it.  She was left
with food and water.  It is my belief that my house was not flooded during
the storm, and she should have been dry.  If the house sustained broken
windows she is likely outside.  She is an adopted outside cat and is very
familiar with living outside, although she spends more then  her time inside
now, and she sleeps inside every night.  She can be lured with food or cat
treats.  If necessary, I authorize you to break into the house to rescue.
The easiest way would be to break a window pane  on the top center of the
porch window and unlatch the window.  You will need to cut through the
plastic strap holding the shutters together. It is secured with a simple
thumb latch.  Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
Please contact me at this e-mail or at the phone below if you have any
information.

Douglas Elliott
2026 Chestnut St.
(713) 376 9621


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Dear Sirs,

I have cats trapped in my house on good drive in New Orleans east.  is there
any way someone can get them out?  My friend in mandeville has keys to the
house....please help


Arlette Gerhold
504-913-4804
870-265-1777
another e-mail is itsarlette at bellsouth.net


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Contact/ Owners name:  James Byrum
Contact phone numbers / e-mail address:  757-488-9335 or 717-529-6766 /
jamiepike at gmail.com
Address where the animals are:  On Laurel at Aline, one house from the
corner.
Name(s) of animal(s):  Jetta
Description of animal(s):  Female, peach calico, spayed, 3 years old, had
surgery on back leg 2 years ago.  She will come if you call her but she may
be timid.  She normally will stay around the house and not go to far.

Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

James Byrum



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Please.  I left my cat locked in 1314 1/2 Camp street and he is dying right
now.
It is upstairs on the left if you are facing the house from the street.  You
can easily break in from the fire escape in the back.  Use the credit card
trick.  If that doesnt work please just break the windows so that he has
some way to get out.  please


Located at 22 Castle Pines Dr. New Orleans.  In laundry room,  Break in
window at rear of the house to get her out.   Contact Sue at (336) 870-9726
or (336) 324-4366.   thank you and God Bless you for all you are doing!
Sue's mom, Edna Corrigan




1036. 2 cats trapped UPTOWN - Please help
by PatrickKadow, 9/3/05 23:56 ET
We left our cats in our house when we evacuated from Katrina, Sat Aug 27th.
They are two small black cats named Olive and Bingo. My two daughters and my
wife and I are totally distraught knowing they are boarded up in our house.
Our house is at 5022 Loyola Ave. New Orleans, la 70115, between soniat and
robert. It's a maroon single story house and from satellite pictures, it
looks like our neighborhood isn't flooded. Our bedroom window is not totally
boarded up and the window should open or can be broken. They had some food
but I'm sure it's gone. If you could just get them out, they could probably
fend for themselves. Please help!
Patrick Kadow504-914-9916318-402-9952patrickkadow at yahoo.com
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I am emailing for my family from Plaquemine Parish. They had no choice but
to leave behind their family pets.

The dogs are located at:
2nd house on the right
120 Plantation Lane
Belle Chasse, La.  70037

Fritz- German Shepherd, Black/Rust, male, 5 years old named. Fritz is really
shy.
Owner: Bill Mertz from Boothville

Olan - German Shepherd, Black/Rust, Female, 10 months old. Olan is very
hyper.
Owner: Billy Mertz from Boothville

Toby - German Shepherd, Black/Rust, Male, 5 months old. Ears are sometimes
flip flop over head and straight out.
Owner: Mike DarDar from Boothville

These dogs belong to 3 different people but all are worried to death.

Bill Mertz is my father and can be reached at my home phone here in Holly
Beach where they are staying. 337-569-2603

Billy Mertz is my brother and is also staying here in Holly Beach and can be
reached at my house. 337-569-2603

Mike DarDar is my brothers friend and can also be reached here at
337-569-2603

Please see what you can do to help rescue these dogs for us. My family
cannot return to the area to get them out. If you can somehow get them to
Lake Charles or Sulphur we can go get them.
Thank you so much,
Kathy Richard
337-569-2603

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My 3 cats are still in Metairie, La (New Orleans) I am DESPERATELY trying to
save them!!!

They are in an upstairs playroom at 11 Nassau Drive, Metairie, La 70005

I have been evacuated to Houston and can be reached at: 281-647-0241

New Orleans cell: 504-427-2666 (may need to text message!)

or 315-469-4098 (My parents in Syracuse)

My Cats: 1 BLACK FEMALE, 1 MULTI-COLORED GREY FEMALE, 1 ORANGE MALE

THE ARE IN A ROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR!! 11 NASSAU DRIVE, OFF NORTHLINE AND
NEXT TO THE COUNTRY CLUB.

ANY HELP WOULD BE SO APPRECIATED!!!! I AM FRANTIC!

RICHARD HARTH

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Hello.  My name is Maria.  I evacuated NOLA on saturday. I am A Veterinarian
interested in volunteering with Katrina pet rescue, and I am willing to go
back to help.  I am In Baton Rouge.
My friend left her 2 cats.  The directions to her house:  Go over the
Mississippi river bridge and exit (right lane)on General Degaulle (left on
Gen Degaulle).  Go all the way to the end until just before the intercoastal
canal bridge make a right. Go all the way to the end and you will reach her
condo.  The name is Forrest Island.  Her Apt is 130.  My husband worked at
childrens hopsital until they ran out of everything and had to come back in
horror.  He went to her house on his way to baton rouge and tried to save
them, but he found the roof had fallen and couldnt find the cats. He broke
in through the balcony. He said he couldnt stay too long because he was
afraid of someone taking his car.  The cats names are Hobbes (yellow and
very big and fat) and Fajita (very fat and with both ears tatooed, one says
95 and the other I dont remember.
My husband said he heard a dog barking next door.  Please tell me if someone
can go or if I would be allowed to go looking for them.
Thanks.
Maria

Maria A. Serrano D.V. M.
University of New Orleans - PhD candidate in Conservation Biology
Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species
New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)
Phone: 504-398 3155
cell:    504-390 0491
This was posted today on the NOLA.com website....

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1074. HELP MY DOG PLEASE
by Analu, 9/4/05 6:27 ET Subject: Poodle Starving at 8231 Spruce St - URGENT
/ REWARDQuick Summary:

Oliver, male, grey poodle, 10 lb

Pictures of him:
http://en.groundspring.org/EmailNow/pub.php?module=URLTracker&cmd=track&j=41636194&u=383299

Locked inside: 8231 Spruce Street (between Dante and Dublin, near
S.Carrollton), Uptown, New Orleans

Owner's Contact info: Alex Silva 510 644 2895 or 510 759
6290,cruzalmeida at sobresites.com

Alternate break-in point: backyard door, second floor.

You have my permission to break in. Signed: Alexandre Silva.

__________________________________________________________

My name is Alex Silva, and I'm a Brazilian grad student at Tulane. I had
just moved into New Orleans when Katrina struck. I knew no one, had no car,
no connections, no resources, no anything, and I was forcibly evacuated
along with Tulane's faculty and students.

At that point in time, the extent of Katrina's damage was not yet evident,
and we were told we'd be away for at most 4 days. As they did not allow pets
in the evacuation buses, I was forced to leave my dear dog, Oliver, behind.
This was an excruciating decision, as Oliver has always been with me since
I've owned him. In fact, I brought him to New Orleans from Brazil, as he is
the most important thing in my life.

He's been inside my house since this past Saturday, Aug.27th, and I left him
with food and water for roughly 5-7 days. He used to be a street dog, so
he's pretty resourceful and knows how to save food. But he must be starving
by now!

He is a grey poodle and there are pictures of him here
(http://en.groundspring.org/EmailNow/pub.php?module=URLTracker&cmd=track&j=41636194&u=383300).
He's locked inside the second floor of my house at 8231 Spruce Street,
between Dante and Dublin, near S.Carrollton, in Uptown, New Orleans. The
house is locked, whoever saves him would have to break in. The door is a
small price to pay for my best friend's life.

My house phone number in New Orleans is 504 864 0626. I'm currently at my
sister's in California, my numbers are 510 644 2895 and 510 759 6290. My
email iscruzalmeida at sobresites.com.

If there is anything anyone can do, I would be immensely grateful and would
pay a financial reward. This is my LAST hope, or he'll surely DIE!

Please please help.

________________________________________________________
THANK YOU

JOEL KELLY

1314 1/2 (upstairs) Camp Street New orleans  70113

718 349 0769

best to break in from the back using the credit card trick.  THANK YOU@!
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Please help.

I left one kitty inside my house/apartment when I evacuated.
Her name is Queen.

She is small and glossy black and has two white toes.
She is very friendly under normal circumstances.

If you put her in a carrier she will instantly melt down, howl, and try to
claw her way out, but she recovers instantly as soon as she is allowed back
out.

The vet and I have laughed about it in the past because the shift is so
dramatic.  Unfortunately, it is what made it impractical to evacuate with
her...   I left in a friend's car (mine is a rickety old convertible with no
ac) and I already have another cat.

I left keys with two of my neighbors, and a big cat carrier in my front room
so she could be evacuated by them later (I sort of share ownership of her),
but I don't know if they let her out or took her or what.

I have not heard from any of my neighbors who stayed...
Michael Colgan of the Napoleon House is one I am concerned about.
Walter Wolfman Washington and his wife is another.
And Ben Gasper is another.

She is very intelligent and resourceful (for a cat) so if a window blew out
I sure she can get out, but she's really really special. Too special to
suffer and die.

My address is 3019 Ponce de Leon
(Downstairs apartment on the far right)and there used to be a key to the
backdoor hidden inside a fake rock under the back stairs.

It's about a half block from Liuzza's on the Track on the same street as the
Old Whole Foods store.  If she got out she may be on Maurepas street, or on
the upstairs porch (if it is still there)

There is also a very tame, very docile male cat named Leopold who hangs out
around there (street cat but obviously had been someone's baby at some
point). He is white with a striped tail and striped spots on his ears and
back.

I can be reached by email at cayne at ecoisp.com
or text messenge 504-908-3482

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My name is Wendy Titelman.  I am in tremendous grief that I left my cat
behind.  He is  totally out of food and water for several days and trapped
in my home.

My address is 5035 Danneel Dr., Uptown New Orleans, 70115.  The house is
located 3 blocks off St. Charles, almost at the corner of Soniat and
Danneel, 2 story yellow home, with white columns.

His name is Sammy, 3 years old, long haired tabby (looks part mancoon) no
ID.  His vaccination ID is in a buffet drawer in the dining room, middle
drawer to the right front.  He is gentle, and loving.  He was vacinated in
February, 2005.

You may break into the house to get him.  It is easy to enter through a
balcony window upstairs.  A latter is in the shed behind the house.  That
way you don't have to break a window, but if you must - do.  I have friends
in Baton Rouge that can take him until I get there.  I want to go into New
Orleans and get him myself.  Do you know a way?  I am also happy to
volunteer and help you for a day.

Thank you for your help.  If you cannot help me, let me know so that I can
contact someone else.  He means so much to me.

Animal to be saved:  Cat, Sammy, vaccinated Feb. 2005 by New Orleans SPCA

Owner Info:
Wendy Titelman
5035 Danneel St.
New Orleans, LA 70115
Cell:  (504) 250-5018
Temporarily with friends in Atlanta:  (404) 705-8696

_______________________________________________________
Please rescue our family cat, Hermione. She is in our home on 98 Spanish
Fort Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70124. If you can reach her please contact us at:
elms004 at msn.com, or 941-748-0942.
Thank you,
Angie Elms
______________________________________________________
Please help.

I left one kitty inside my house/apartment when I evacuated.
Her name is Queen.

She is small and glossy black and has two white toes.
She is very friendly under normal circumstances.

If you put her in a carrier she will instantly melt down, howl, and try to
claw her way out, but she recovers instantly as soon as she is allowed back
out.

The vet and I have laughed about it in the past because the shift is so
dramatic.  Unfortunately, it is what made it impractical to evacuate with
her...   I left in a friend's car (mine is a rickety old convertible with no
ac) and I already have another cat.

I left keys with two of my neighbors, and a big cat carrier in my front room
so she could be evacuated by them later (I sort of share ownership of her),
but I don't know if they let her out or took her or what.

I have not heard from any of my neighbors who stayed...
Michael Colgan of the Napoleon House is one I am concerned about.
Walter Wolfman Washington and his wife is another.
And Ben Gasper is another.

She is very intelligent and resourceful (for a cat) so if a window blew out
I sure she can get out, but she's really really special. Too special to
suffer and die.

My address is 3019 Ponce de Leon
(Downstairs apartment on the far right)and there used to be a key to the
backdoor hidden inside a fake rock under the back stairs.

It's about a half block from Liuzza's on the Track on the same street as the
Old Whole Foods store.  If she got out she may be on Maurepas street, or on
the upstairs porch (if it is still there)

There is also a very tame, very docile male cat named Leopold who hangs out
around there (street cat but obviously had been someone's baby at some
point). He is white with a striped tail and striped spots on his ears and
back.

I can be reached by email at cayne at ecoisp.com
or text messenge 504-908-3482
_______________________________________________________
Hi,

My brother-in-law and sister-in-law had to leave their cats when they
evacuated New Orleans. Below is the info I have. Please contact me if you
need more.

Contact/Owners name: My name is Arlene Levin. Owners names are Dennis and
Wanda O'Leary.

Contact phone/email: Cell phone is 847/707-9381 and my email address is
ArleneL at wission.com or arlene.levin at gmail.com.

Address where the animals are: 6402 Catina Street, 2nd floor, New Orleans,
LA 70124. We believe the 1st floor is very flooded but the second floor
where the cats are may be OK.

Name and description of animals: There are two cats, but I don't have names
or descriptions and don't want to upset my relatives any more by asking
unless it's necessary. Please let me know.

If there's anything you can do to help it will be greatly appreciately. The
work you are doing is wonderful and very special and I'm sure that anyone
who is able to be reunited with their pets after this horrible disaster will
be very comforted.

Thanks again,
Arlene Levin
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