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(KSL News) Representatives from the Kanab-based Best Friends Animal Society will travel to Mexico to help thousands of animals affected by recent floods.
Some reports say as many as 100,000 head of cattle have been stranded by the high waters and that tens of thousands of domestic animals are also feeling the strain.
In a press release, Best Friends said it will assess the situation before deciding what they need to do.
If you would like to help with relief efforts in Mexico there are several ways to do so.
Donation accounts are set up at Wells Fargo and BBV Bancomer banks. The name on both accounts is "Ayuda Tobasco 2007."
The Red Cross is also looking for volunteers, and the Mexican Embassy is soliciting help. At least three people are dead and more than one million are homeless.