Gail Jureller of the Collier County Animal League sits next to a dog who died on the mostly empty, but dangerous streets of New Orleans. Jureller was trying to capture the other dog, still living, who would not leave the deceased dog’s side. The wary dog would not let her leash it after nearly an hour of trying. A frustrated Jureller finally had to abandon the effort and move on to other tasks in the momentous job of rescuing the thousands of pets left behind on the streets of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans.

Special to the Naples Daily News

Gail Jureller of the Collier County Animal League sits next to a dog who died on the mostly empty, but dangerous streets of New Orleans. Jureller was trying to capture the other dog, still living, who would not leave the deceased dog’s side. The wary dog would not let her leash it after nearly an hour of trying. A frustrated Jureller finally had to abandon the effort and move on to other tasks in the momentous job of rescuing the thousands of pets left behind on the streets of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans.

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