Colorado nonprofit seeks help for Bahamian animal shelter flooded by Hurricane Dorian

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LITTLETON, Colo. — More than 13,000 homes were destroyed and Grand Bahama International Airport is underwater after Hurricane Dorian hovered over the islands for two days.

OutPaws Rescue, an all-volunteer organization based in Littleton, said it’s monitoring the storm’s destruction very closely. That’s because a lot of the cats and dogs they save come from the Bahamas.

Since 2013, the nonprofit has brought close to 500 animals from the islands to Colorado.
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