Jezelle Hebert, left and Joanne Fullwood, a New Orleans police officer, pull a cat out from behind a dresser in the upstairs bedroom in a house in New Orleans that was flooded after Hurricane Katrina. The owners fled by boat as the lower floor of the house filled with five feet of water, but the people were forced to leave six cats in the bedroom. Nearly three weeks later now the floodwaters have receded and pet rescuers entered the home and found five of the six cats healthy, but one remained missing for which the rescuers left food and water.

Cameron Gillie / Special to the Naples Daily News

Jezelle Hebert, left and Joanne Fullwood, a New Orleans police officer, pull a cat out from behind a dresser in the upstairs bedroom in a house in New Orleans that was flooded after Hurricane Katrina. The owners fled by boat as the lower floor of the house filled with five feet of water, but the people were forced to leave six cats in the bedroom. Nearly three weeks later now the floodwaters have receded and pet rescuers entered the home and found five of the six cats healthy, but one remained missing for which the rescuers left food and water.

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