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Hurricane Katrina - Rescue Efforts In Progress
Aug. 31, 2005



KYKC will continually post ways to help, find loved ones and list drop-off sites locally. However, the best way to help right now is giving cash to charities of your choice, you can call 1-800-HELPNOW. Ask for your donation to be designated to the relief efforts of Hurricane Katrina.


Looking For a Loved One:

Links:
Eyes on Katrina I'm OK Line
www.eyesonkatrina.blogspot.com

Craiglist New Orleans
neworleanscraigslist.org

For information about Hurricane Katrina
visit www.uscgstormwatch.com.

Hurricane Katrina Recovery Information
Emergency Phone Numbers for People in Distress.

The Coast Guard strongly urges people in distress in the New Orleans area contact the search and rescue emergency line for the State Office of Emergency Preparedness in Baton Rouge , La.

The emergency numbers are as follows:
(225) 925-7708
(225) 925-7709
(225) 925-3511
(225) 925-7412

To inquiry about family and friends that did not evacuate the Greater New Orleans area contact the American Red Cross at the following number:
(866) 438-4636

FEMA Disaster Assistance 1-800-621-3362 / 1-800-462-7585 (TTY)
National Flood Insurance Program

Charitable organizations recommended by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund - (800) 435-7669
Catholic Charities, USA - (800) 919-9338
Salvation Army - (800) 725-2769
United Methodist Committee On Relief - (800) 554-8583
Other charitable agencies recommended by FEMA

ANIMAL AND PET ASSISTANCE:

PETSMART CHARITIES INC
19601 N 27th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85027
http://www.petsmartcharities.org

Equine Shelter/Evacuation Site Information
Locations for Animal Evacuation:
Alexandria - Large & Small 318-442-4222 (all vet clinics will accept)
Lamar Dixon - Gonzales - Large Animals
Shreveport - LSU-S (pets only, no livestock)
West Monroe - Ike Hamilton Coliseum