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Amid rushed evacuations, strong winds, and approaching floodwaters of a disaster, chaos often ensues, forcing families to make impossible decisions about the animals that are part of their families

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We all have felt the effects of the epic 2017 hurricane season, four landfalls all occurring within 45 days from August 25 through October 8: “Harvey” to Texas; “Irma” to Florida; “Maria” to Puerto

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The children sat in rapt attention, their faces upturned, hanging on the words being read aloud from the book, “Molly and the Earthquake.”

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Last updated Mar 6, 2020

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