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Philippines typhoon

November 10, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Super Typhoon Haiyan was one of the strongest storms ever to hit land. It blasted the Philippines with winds over 190 mph and sent giant walls of ocean water crashing into buildings and flooding down streets.

We’re just beginning to get details, but we know that many animals are suffering from the effects of the storm. Companion animals were separated from their families, and wildlife was injured by the chaotic winds.

That’s why I am on my way to the Philippines right now, along with other members of IFAW’s Disaster Response team.

You can help rescue the typhoon’s animal victims.

Many animals will be hungry and injured. By supporting IFAW’s Disaster Response Team, you will help give them the care they need. I’ll be sure to keep you up-to-date about the animals that you and I are saving.

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