SeaWorld Rescue team members (L-R) Anita Yeattes, Suzanne Pelisson Beasley and Jessica Decoursey pose with rescue dogs onboard the Southwest Airlines flight. Sixty orphaned dogs and cats are being flown across the country from Newark Liberty International Airport on November 17, 2012 in Newark, New Jersey to make room for thousands of animals who need shelter as a result of Hurricane Sandy. SeaWorld's animal rescue team assists in the transport, which takes place aboard a donated Southwest Airlines flight. The pets are flying to the Helen Woodward Animal Center in San Diego, California, where they will be placed in loving homes with adoptive families.
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