San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Pressing Reset: Rethinking Your Role in a Disaster
HOSTED BY: Broward County Animal Care & Adoption
Thousands of pets are displaced from their owners during natural disasters. The lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy, the Colorado Wildfires, and the Oklahoma Tornados are shifting how shelters work to save pets’ lives and reunite them with their families in the wake of a disaster. Our nationally-recognized speakers have an important message that will challenge your thinking about your shelter’s role in a disaster and lead you to re-evaluate how your shelter should be preparing for the next catastrophic event.
Joel Lopez, Director of Planning & Field Operations
ASPCA (New York, NY)
Heather Cammisa, President & CEO
St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center (Madison, NJ)
ABOUT OUR NATIONAL SPONSOR: ANIMALSAFE
||AnimalSafe is dedicated to supporting animal rescue and emergency management organizations with quality products, customer service, and innovative solutions that enhance their ability to perform in the field. We manufacture a variety of advanced, multi-use disaster relief shelters, animal rescue equipment, and animal co-locating solutions characterized by versatility, durability, safety, and comfort.
ABOUT OUR LOCAL PARTNER: BROWARD COUNTY ANIMAL CARE & ADOPTION
||The mission of Animal Care and Adoption is to provide shelter for lost and surrendered animals and promote successful adoptions that enhance the lives of companion animals and their humans. Broward County Animal Care and Adoption is a section under Broward County’s Permitting, Licensing and Consumer Protection Division, and part of the Environmental Protection & Growth Management Department. Fundamental to the agency’s success are the many animal advocates and animal groups who generously donate their money and their time to provide a better life for the homeless dogs and cats in our community.|
When & Where
Found Animals Registry
The Found Animals Registry was built for one reason: to reunite all lost pets with their families. For animal care professionals, we provide low-cost microchips and scanners and free microchip registration. We then simplify the reunification process by automatically calling, texting, and emailing the pet owner and emergency contacts. Humane organizations can search for microchips and send automated Found Pet Alerts to pet owners 24/7 at www.found.org.
We are a division of Found Animals Foundation. Learn more about our foundation's programs at www.foundanimals.org.