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Remembering Katrina's four-legged victims...

Sandra Henry and her dog Tasha, who were reunited two years after Hurricane Katrina, hang out this week on the front porch of their home in New Orleans. The spray-painted words " Dog Found" can still be seen on the side (see next page). Hundrends, if not thousands of dogs and cats that survived the initial storm ended up separated from their owners who fleed the flooding and couldn't take them.

Many people never saw their dogs again. Many ended up being adopted by new families. Remember this story, the man who had to fight to be reunited with his pup four years after the storm?

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(AP Photos/Cheryl Gerber)

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