CNN reports from the Gulf, near the Louisiana coast, where BP is building a temporary city to house 1,500 oil spill clean up workers. The location features army-style bunk housing, laundry and dining facilities, and even 24-hour police to enforce order, including the site’s “no alcohol” rule. BP sa爱上海同城论坛
More than two months after the oil leak began, financial repercussions have reached oyster shuckers, waitstaff, tour boat operators and others struggling to keep their homes and their pets. It’s a terrible feeling of helplessness, watching the oil kill wildlife, and although not everyone can jump in with animal rescue there is a concrete way to help. Consider adopting a pet. Animal Rescue of New Orleans says that with Plaquemines Parish and St. Bernard Parish shelters beyond full because of the oil leak’s economic fallout, people are calling the helpline and begging them to take in pets they can no longer afford to feed.
Some simply leave the animals on the shelter’s doorstep. For every dog or cat that is adopted, there is room for another at the no-kill shelter. ARNO also has a Pet Retention Program that sends a case worker to homes where residents can’t afford food for their pets. The case worker checks on the animals and brings food every week. ARNO was founded after post-Hurricane Katrina to help house thousands of cats and dogs displaced in New Orleans. So上海同城桑拿