5 Days 2 Year 5: A Photographic Journey

Marigny

Photographed for NOLAFemmes by Julia Pretus.

Read about our project depicting the state of New Orleans neighborhoods in the 5th year post-Katrina here

All photos can be seen in chronological order by clicking “Katrina Photo Project” in the header.

10 Days 2 Year 5: A Photographic Journey

Marigny

Photographed for NOLAFemmes by Julia Pretus.

Read about our project depicting the state of New Orleans neighborhoods in the 5th year post-Katrina here

All photos can be seen in chronological order by clicking “Katrina Photo Project” in the header.

Did you know pet owners are still looking for their misplaced or lost pets? Visit Lost Katrina Pets.com. If you adopted a Katrina pet don’t assume the owner callously left it behind to fend for itself and doesn’t deserve to have it back. I was forced to leave three cats behind simply because my mid-size car was packed with my husband, myself, my handicapped mother-in-law, 2 cats, two small dogs and a small suitcase of clothes. Although we left numerous bowls of water and food we worried for seven days, knowing they were sealed in a sweltering, boarded up house. It all ended well for us and the cats and for that I will be eternally grateful.
~Charlotte

Here are some websites with good information regarding preparing your pets for a hurricane:

NOAA.gov – Having a Pet Plan
Fema.org – Prepare Your Pets For The Next Disaster
Hurricane Preparations For Pets
Marsh Bunny Notes: Storm Preparation – Pets

19 Days 2 Year 5: A Photographic Journey

St. Ferdinand Street

Photographed for NOLAFemmes by Julia Pretus.

Read about our project depicting the state of New Orleans neighborhoods in the 5th year post-Katrina here

22 Days 2 Year 5: A Photographic Journey

Royal Street in the Marigny

Photographed for NOLAFemmes by Julia Pretus.

Read about our project depicting the state of New Orleans neighborhoods in the 5th year post-Katrina here

23 Days 2 Year 5: A Photographic Journey

Royal Street in the Marigny

Photographed for NOLAFemmes by Julia Pretus.

Read about our project depicting the state of New Orleans neighborhoods in the 5th year post-Katrina here