The San Diego Humane Society is looking for foster families, donations to help with flood relief efforts

Athena the puppy at the Lincoln High shelter. Photo credit: Courtesy, San Diego Humane Society

San Diego Humane Society Officers and its emergency response team are visiting the affected areas. the flood Helping people in need along with rescuing animals left behind.

Their efforts include going door-to-door in Southcrest, Mountain View, Logan Heights and Shelltown to provide food and resources to dozens of pet families.

On Friday, emergency crews focused specifically on Acacia Street, between Beta and S. 39th streets.

Anyone who is unable to locate their pet or has left it behind during evacuation should call Humane Society dispatchers at 619-299-7012 (press 1).

Starting Monday, the Humane Society also partnered with the American Red Cross to operate a temporary shelter for pets at Lincoln High School, 4777 Imperial Ave.

The shelter, which is staffed 24 hours a day, offers pet food and limited supplies, temporary shelter for homeless pets and additional resources. There are currently 17 stray pets being cared for at Lincoln High, including nine dogs, seven birds and one rabbit.

For the latest emergency updates and resource information, see The Humane Society’s online news center.

In addition, the Humane Society has volunteers and donations.

Agency is needed. Foster families To keep more pets in homes until they are able to be reunited with their families. The Humane Society also has an increased need for dog food, leashes, collars and slip leads. Donate through them. Online wish list.

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