Channel 9 "The List"
interviews Bonnie Morrison about pet disaster preparedness and provides great ideas for items
that may be overlooked in a go kit or not thought about. July, 2013
CART Exotics Team
- click here
to read the recent press release issued by Black Pine Animal Sanctuary
and the CART Exotics Team. On April 26, 2013 members of the Exotics
Team were asked to help the City of Franklin in Warren County determine
whether footprints at a residence were that of a Mountain Lion.
Reported on Ch 5 local news.
Tri State CART helps with the SW Ohio Tornado by setting up a point of distribution for pet food at the Circle Storage facility in Amelia. The pet food was donated by P&G. The shipping costs for the pet food we received and disbursing to the tornado victims was roughly $2000. The value of the food was over $45,000. A huge shot out to IAMs for this help.
Click here to learn more
Read the article in: The Enquirer Hometown 4/5/12 Page 7 and
The Enquirer 3/18/12 Section B9
Keeping your pet cool interview on Clermont County Community TV
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO CAT SURRENDER -
CART was asked to assist with the extraction of approximately 56 cats on
October 8, 2011 in Highland County. Ohio. It is important
to note that these animals were not taken as the result of a hoarding
seizure, but that they were surrendered due foreclosure. CART
volunteers provided the day-to-day care for these cats
until they could be placed in ‘fur’-ever homes or with rescue groups. Thank you to Best Friends Animal Society in Utah and UCAN’s Pets in Need Program in Cincinnati for their assistance in this matter.
Congratulations to Paul Hughes, Adams County Dog Warden, who recently received a 40,000+ pound dog food donation from P&G. Read the article here.
Tri State CART was the first organization to be called to help with a 350 animal seizure from Jeff Burgess in Clark County Ohio. We helped the ACO Chuck Jones, Operation Coordinator Krissy Hawke , EMA Lisa D'allessandris, Ex Dir Clark County Humane Society Jimmy Straley, with the proper legal paperwork, getting the police and EMS on site for safety and security, providing intake paperwork and procedures and connections to the national animal response agencies for additional volunteers and transports, and arrangements with PetSmart Charities for food, supplies and equipment. We helped the county commissioners to obtain the Franklin County Fairgrounds as a temporary shelter and guided them with medical assistance. Once this was all arranged and the legal seizure paperwork issued, several of the Tri State CART volunteers and leadership went to help for several days. Our guidance was essential to the success and flow of this tremendous operation. The ASPCA took lead in the actual seizure portion on Feburary 17, 2011.
On January 14, 2011 CART was activated by authorities in Gallatin County, Kentucky to assist with the extraction of 17 dogs from property located in Sparta, Kentucky. Four of the dogs were taken to foster homes while the other 13 are being housed at the Gallatin County Animal Shelter. Anyone interested in adopting one of these animals should call the shelter at (859) 346-DOGS (3647). To see the story as posted by msnbc.com click here.
Several of the CART volunteers are also registered volunteers with some of the nation animal organizations. One of those agencies programs that we support is Best Friends Animal Society in Utah "Pup My Ride". Click here to see a few photos of their big rig as it stops in Columbus, Oh.
March 29, 2010 - Adams County, Ohio
October 11, 2010 - Brown County, Ohio
For an update on Ms. Hamilton's court case, click here (updated Feb. 6, 2011)
Tri State CART provides great hands on learning opportunities for it volunteers, which are listed on our calendar of events. But the two favorites are a mock disaster exercise and farm and large animal training at Sunrock Farms in Kentucky.
Besides helping with disasters and hoarding situations, during non-disaster times CART has been invited to help in other ways.
August 8, 2009 CART helped move the Butler County Humane Shelter from its old location into it new facilities.
October 25, 2008 CART was asked to put a booth in the Wyoming Pooch event because the local families had taken up a large supply of pet items to donate to us
July, 2008 CART participated in the New Richmond Parade
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