Animals displaced from Irma have come to Wisconsin in search of forever home
Posted: Sep 15, 2017 2:45 PM CDT
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Waukesha, WIS. (CBS 58) -- Pets displaced from Hurricane Irma are hoping to find their forever homes in southeast Wisconsin.
Dogs and cats arrived from Florida to Waukesha this afternoon. HAWS staff tells us that the pets were already in shelters before the hurricane.
Now that these pets are here, shelters in Florida can focus on emergency housing for pets in Florida and reuniting them with their owners.