American Humane Association works in association with first responders, emergency staff, civic leaders, those involved in animal protection, those facilities who provide healthcare and families to prepare for and cope with national disasters.
Their Red Star Rescue mission states
"Today, the Red Star rescue team responds to natural and/or man-made disasters, including animal cruelty, to assist animals and communities in crisis. The team consists of a national network of professionally trained staff and volunteers. An 82-foot mobile command center — fully equipped for both animal rescue and veterinary services."
The AHA will be helping those in the Faulkner County area who are caring for the dozens of injured animals affected by the April 27 tornadoes.
There are several other organizations and businesses helping with the animals lost and found. These include, but aren't limited to
*Faulker County SPCA
*Arkansas Lost and Found Pet Network
*Pets Lost & Found From Arkansas Tornado
*Maumelle Animal Clinic
*Vilonia Animal Clinic
*Boulevard Veterinary Clinic
*Humane Society of Faulkner County
The above are good places to check if you have lost or found an animal displaced by the April 27 tornadoes.
Many thanks go out to not just the community affected, but to people from all over the country who have contributed to seeing the pets are cared for until they can be reunited with their family.