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Volunteers supply feed, vaccines to help animals in Haiti

As individuals and charitable organizations around the world rush to the aid of Haitians, those in the animal welfare industry are working to restore the symbiotic relationship between livestock and their owners, as part of the overall recovery efforts.

As individuals and charitable organizations around the world rush to the aid of Haitians, those in the animal welfare industry are working to restore the symbiotic relationship between livestock and their owners, as part of the overall recovery efforts.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) are striving to help animals that have been left without food or shelter.

IFAW volunteers are currently working to make sure that the country's livestock, which is now wandering in the street, is properly cared for. They're driving delivery trucks full of animal feed to farmers, and will soon begin working toward supplying them with vaccines, according to USA Today.

As organizations address the animals' needs, the people of Haiti will also reap the benefits. The news source reports that by feeding and caring for goats and chickens, for example, the people of Haiti will regain access to goat's milk and eggs.

Agriculture is a mainstay of the Haitian economy, and the survival and welfare of farm animals is an important part of an eventual recovery.
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