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How You Can Help Animal Shelters in the Bahamas After Dorian

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How You Can Help Animal Shelters in the Bahamas After Dorian

How You Can Help Animal Shelters in the Bahamas After Dorian

Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas in early September, and not just people were greatly impacted, the death toll is also rising for shelter animals.

Veuer’s Lenneia Batiste has more on how you can help.


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