Animals Displaced From Hurricane Michael at Nashville Humane Association

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Hurricane Michael had devastating impacts on the Florida Panhandle and surrounding areas. While residents in those locations still need help, we can’t forget about our four-legged friends.

The Nashville Humane Association has received 50 cats and dogs that were displaced by Hurricane Michael. These animals were flown in by Wings of Rescue.

Currently these cats and dogs are being assessed and treated after their flight. Many of them will be up for adoption by this weekend. 

If you are interested in adopting or simply want to donate to help these and the other animals at Nashville Humane Association, they are located in West Nashville, one block West of the intersection of Charlotte Pike and White Bridge Road. More information below:

Nashville Humane Association
213 Oceola Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209
Main: (615) 352-1010
Fax: (615) 352-4111

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