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Animal Planet focuses on Harvey rescues with TV special


    Houston residents and pets evacuate from their homes as floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey rise. Animal Planet is airing a special on Sept. 9 called “Surviving Harvey: Animals After the Storm.”

NEW YORK >> True to its calling, the Animal Planet television network is focusing on the four-legged victims of Hurricane Harvey.

The network is airing a special Saturday night called “Surviving Harvey: Animals After the Storm.” It will show stories of animals rescued from the storm that hit Texas, featuring the rescuers and volunteers who concentrated on making sure pets were safe.

Patrice Andrews, who is general manager of Animal Planet, said today that the network hopes to promote the need for donations to organizations that worked on the rescue effort.

The program airs at 5 p.m. Saturday and will repeat at 8 p.m.

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