But they have to have a license to live there, right?
And, with all the money flowing in for aid, can't they make some shelter for people unwilling to sacrifice their pets to Katrina's wake?
What are they gonna do? Require the last 10,000 people in the city to slaughter their pets before they are forced out? Will the national guard start shooting loose pets as well as looters?
"Milo and Otis made it out of the house before the waters rose and trapped them; they clung to the debris near their flooded home, wet and alone, searching in vain for their owners. Days passed, then finally in the distance, someone approached, there was a flash, then a sound, just before the bullet hit. Milo turned and watched his life long companion slip into the polluted waters. Then turned back to the rescuers......"
Anyone know someone at the ASPCA? I got pets, have had them and always will have them. I would not evacuate without them.