The 200-plus animals that were in the nonprofit, no-kill shelter during Irma, filling it over capacity, all are OK, Trowbridge said. He said volunteers and animals alike have been sweating since power went out Saturday morning.
The TriCounty Animal Rescue complex west of Boca Raton was severely damaged by Hurricane Irma.
Operations manager Allen Trowbridge checks on a dog Tuesday at the Tri-County Animal Rescue complex.
The more than 200 animals at the shelter survived Irma, but several buildings at the compound were smashed by trees.