Local Rescue Takes in Hurricane Sandy Pets
The animals have been living in temporary shelter in New York City.
The Washington Animal Rescue League is doing its part to help pets displaced in October's Hurricane Sandy, according to an NBC Washington report.
The WARL will be taking in eight dogs and five cats.
The animals previously had been living in a temporary shelter in New York City and arrived in Washington on Monday, according to the report.
The animals were all strays, abandoned by their owners or surrendered.