When Hurricane Isaac hit New Orleans it was devastating to Villalobos' three pit bull rescue shelters. The dogs they care for in these shelters had to evacuate to temporary safe housing. Villalobos is struggling to keep all the dogs fed, dry and out of the heat while they work every day to rescue more dogs and pets from the water. The increased level of rescues has overburdened their current supply of dog food and crates and will continue too until these pets are able to return to their homes.
Your donations can help Villalobos provide the dogs their most basic necessities such as food and shelter. In addition, donations can be made that will help to purchase crates, blankets, towels, large fans and chain link fencing. These items are important for housing such a large number of dogs and to prevent diseases from spreading. In times of disaster even animals need a safe and secure home.
Before Hurricane Isaac hit, New Orleans already had a large number of pit bulls in need of homes and proper care. Now that number is growing and has expanded to all pets unable to evacuate with their owners. Until those animals are returned to their homes, Villalobos is caring for them. But without the proper supplies these dogs are subject to malnutrition and diseases, and they will continue to suffer. The Villalobos team desperately need your help to get their shelters back up and running!