USDA Lays Plans To Save Pets After Terror Attacks

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http://www.usnews.com/usnews/politics/whispers/whisphome.htm U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman has made a deal with the Humane Society to save pets in the event of future terrorist attacks and natural disasters, says U.S. News & World Report. "Animals are often the forgotten victims in disaster situations," says veterinarian Chester Gipson with Ag's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Among worries: biological agents that target livestock, and pets left homeless after a disaster or attack, like the furry friends of those belonging . . .

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