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When a natural disaster strikes, do you know how to keep your pets safe?

American Humane Association is coming to town with advice learned on the ground, as we helped rescue and shelter more than 1,000 animals following the tornado in Joplin and floods in Memphis.


For nearly a century, our Red Star Animal Emergency Services® teams have rescued and sheltered animals from hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and wildfires. We help you prepare for natural disasters — before they happen — so you can keep your children and pets (and farm animals) safe during a storm and after the skies have cleared.

The Atlantic hurricane season officially began June 1 and has been predicted to be an above-average one this year, according to the National Weather Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). We’ll tour some areas where we’ve provided critical disaster support. With us are country music trio Stealing Angels, three beautiful women who claim as relatives Loretta Lynn, John Wayne and Daniel Boone!


Come meet us and join the music as we raise funds for more animal rescue and shelter efforts. Tour dates and places are below. And check out these photos of our Red Star rescue work in Joplin, Mo., last week after the tornadoes hit.




We're restocking the Rescue Rig and getting ready to come to a city near you! Stay tuned.

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