Pet rescue: "Still other animals" left behind at the Dakota Access protest camp

Volunteers with a local animal shelter are working with law enforcement to rescue more dogs after contractors finish using heavy machinery as part of the clean-up effort at the camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. “There are still other animals at the protest site,” said Furry Friends Rockin’ Rescue in its latest post. “We are working with law enforcement to continue the rescue efforts.” The Bismarck-based shelter said that authorities are “collaborating with us in the instance they are able to catch the scared animals.” “We have to follow their procedures and guidelines, which means, we have to wait until the heavy machinery is completed with the clean up before we can get more,” said the rescue. The dogs left at the Oceti Sakowin camp wound up with Furry Friends after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers evacuated the last of the protesters a week ago in order to hasten the cleanup of the environmentally sensitive site.  More from The Washington Times here > Pet rescue: "Still other animals" left behind at the Dakota Access protest camp

CANON BALL, ND - NOVEMBER 26: The Oceti Sakowin Camp on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in Canon Ball, North Dakota on November 26, 2016. The Army Corp of Engineers announced they will be removing the camp on December 5th on Saturday, displacing the e

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