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-  Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, comforts his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.

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David Albers/Staff - Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, comforts his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.

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-  Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, comforts his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.
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-  Naples resident Thelma Elliott talks on her cell phone  in a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.
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-  Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, comforts his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.
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-  Collier County Domestic Animal Services customer service representative Tania Santos visits with Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, and his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.
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-  Collier County Domestic Animal Services customer service representative Tania Santos visits with Naples resident Matthew Cleare, 17, and his family's 5-year-old poodle mix, Bronx, at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.
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-  Volunteer Megan MacGregor prepares animal crates for incoming dogs at a pet-friendly hurricane shelter at North Collier Regional Park on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in North Naples. The Collier County Domestic Animal Shelter's Disaster Animal Response Team outfitted the hurricane shelter to provide local residents with a safe place to wait out Hurricane Isaac with their animals.

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