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Jones Companion Animals / 25 recalled: “The deputies told us, ‘If you want to get out alive, you have to go now. ’” One evacuee, Carol Hamm, said: “People were there with dogs, cats and birds, too. You name it, people brought them. There was an old woman who wanted to take her Yorkie [Yorkshire terrier]. The dog was so tiny she could fit it in her purse. ”14 Rather than transporting the animals to safety, Parish deputies shot and killed the dogs and cats left in their care. The reported numbers vary between thirty-five and forty.
Four days after the evacuation, the Emergency Operations Center organized an official pet rescue, supervised by the National Guard and using the guard’s armored vehicles. Following Katrina, state and federal authorities prohibited teams of professional rescuers from entering the city in a timely fashion. Using paternalistic rhetoric of protecting rescuers from violence, authorities delayed the rescue of animals and contributed to the deaths of untold numbers of dogs and cats. Animal rescue teams undergo thorough training, and all professionals and many volunteers have FEMA credentials.
The storm knocked out the power in much of the region and, without electricity and locked into cages, chickens would die of starvation and thirst. The staff of Farm Sanctuary and Animal Place, both of which rescue and shelter farmed animals, were watching reports from the 46 / Chapter 2 region. 17 They then drove into the rural areas, often unsure where they were because any road signs or landmarks that might have guided them had been blown away. Ten days had passed, and the poultry companies were considering their broiler and layer facilities a loss.