Posted: Nov 15, 2012 10:54 AM by Kelly Orsini, NBC News
Updated: Nov 15, 2012 10:56 AM
Dozens of cats and dogs left homeless by Hurricane Sandy are now looking for new homes in Florida.
Volunteers from Daytona Beach-based Animal Rescue, Need & Intervention (ARNI) traveled to the worst hit areas in the days after the storm.
They went to help provide food and care, but found dozens of animals that couldn't be left behind.
The cats and dogs will be available for adoption starting next week.
ARNI staff will use these next few days before then to spay and neuter, vaccinate and microchip the animals.
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