Cats, canines arrive in Capital Area from tornado-impacted Alabama

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March 28, 2021Updated: March 28, 2021 5:18 p.m.

1of18Buy PhotoVolunteer, Anne Brockenauer, left, and Caitlin Davis, director of operations at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, carry Charlene into the shelter as dogs and cats from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society arrived at the Mohawk Hudson shelter on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

David Sokol, animal care supervisor at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, carries Paris into the shelter as dogs and cats from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society arrived at the Mohawk Hudson shelter on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)2of18Buy PhotoDavid Sokol, animal care supervisor at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, carries Paris into the shelter as dogs and cats from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society arrived at the Mohawk Hudson shelter on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union3of18Buy Photo

Mohawk Hudson Humane Society volunteer, Anne Brockenauer, tries to coax Charlene out of her crate as dogs and cats from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society arrived at the Mohawk Hudson shelter on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)4of18Buy PhotoMohawk Hudson Humane Society volunteer, Anne Brockenauer, tries to coax Charlene out of her crate as dogs and cats from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society arrived at the Mohawk Hudson shelter on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

Agatha, a German shepherd from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is brought into the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society by volunteer B.J. Aviza on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)5of18Buy PhotoAgatha, a German shepherd from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is brought into the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society by volunteer B.J. Aviza on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union6of18Buy Photo

A cat brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is carried into the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society by volunteer B.J. Aviza on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)7of18Buy PhotoA cat brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is carried into the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society by volunteer B.J. Aviza on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

Dogs brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society are seen in crates in a van after arriving at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)8of18Buy PhotoDogs brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society are seen in crates in a van after arriving at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union9of18Buy Photo

A dog brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is seen in a crate after arriving at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)10of18Buy PhotoA dog brought up from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society is seen in a crate after arriving at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

Staff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)11of18Buy PhotoStaff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union12of18Buy Photo

Staff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)13of18Buy PhotoStaff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

Staff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)14of18Buy PhotoStaff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union15of18Buy Photo

Staff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)16of18Buy PhotoStaff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union

Staff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter's website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)17of18Buy PhotoStaff and volunteers with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society unload dogs and cats they took in from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Menands, N.Y. The shelter in Birmingham needed to free shelter space in order to help animals displaced by the tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to APF. Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)Paul Buckowski/Albany Times Union18of18Buy Photo

MENANDS — Cats and dogs driven hundreds of miles north from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society in Alabama arrived at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society on Sunday.

The shelter in Birmingham needed to free up space in order to help animals displaced by a tornado and to be able to provide temporary shelter to families in crisis. Over 30 animals were brought up to the greater Capital Region, with the majority coming to Mohawk Hudson Humane Society and some going to the Montgomery SPCA and some to the Animal Protective Foundation in Glenville.

Ashley Jeffrey Bouck, CEO of Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said that when the animals are available for adoption they will be listed on the shelter’s website and those interested in adopting an animal should visit www.MohawkHumane.org to set up an appointment to visit the shelter.

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