I can say in our area the shelter asked for volunteers to help if there were more dogs than the shelter could handle. Before the storm hit it was asked if anyone was looking for a new pet or could foster through the storm to come in. All the dogs were fostered or adopted, even the pet store in town took in two dogs to care for during the storm. We have dogs coming out of the river with no way of knowing if they are from the flooding in Texas or here in Louisiana. The sheriff who runs the shelter is sending out pictures of every dog that comes in and it's being shared by everyone through social media. People who have lost dogs in evacuation have posted to this area pictures of their dogs and we're sharing them as well as watching for them. One group of dogs we were able to find the owners. Social media - face book - has been the means for keeping everyone updated. People are volunteering to take in dogs, saying what breeds or ages they can do with what they already have at home. Yesterday several went in and cleaned out the shelter after the storm, literally cleaning it, not getting dogs. It needed to be cleaned before dogs could be put in. There is a good network here of people who work with rescue and they are working hard.