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Natural disasters can have a profound effect on everyone and for horse rescues it can pose an even more difficult situation. When Hurricane Irma hit the southern coast of Florida, the South Florida SPCA had to evacuate over 40 horses of their own while continuing to help the community of Dade County. The South Florida SPCA discusses the process they went through to get all the horses to safety and what came in the aftermath.

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