St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Centre reunites proprietor with dogs soon after Ida

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center was in a position to enable bring a little bit of happiness to a South Certain Brook woman on Tuesday.

The nonprofit was capable to reunite two puppies with their owner right after they have been displaced from their flooded second-ground apartment.  

Immediately after practically a week of separation, Indy Carmen and her puppies, Brownie and Chloe, have been able to enjoy on each other once once more.

The reunion was psychological for all functions, but particularly for Carmen and “her ladies,” whom she considers “like her kids.” She was “thrilled” to be reunited with Brownie, a 3-12 months-aged Teddy Bear Bichon Frise, and Chloe, a 1-calendar year-outdated Shih-Tzu.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center was able to care for and then reunite Indy Carmen, a South Bound Brook dog owner, and her two dogs - Brownie and Chloe. The three had been displaced from their flooded second-floor apartment.

“I felt so frustrated when I failed to have them with me,” Carmen said. “I am so delighted have them back. They are my lifestyle. My treatment. My all the things. They want me as a great deal as I need them.”  

Carmen had to be evacuated from her condominium the working day following the storm strike. Water outside the house the apartment intricate was so substantial, cars and trucks have been floating in the street. Continue to, she refused to depart her pet dogs guiding. Carmen told rescuers that she would “alternatively die than leave Brownie and Chloe driving.”