Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez watch over their 2-month-old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, at 10901 Coral Way, Miami during 2017's Hurricane Irma. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. Miami-Dade said it plans more pet-friendly shelters for future storms.
Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez watch over their 2-month-old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, at 10901 Coral Way, Miami during 2017's Hurricane Irma. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. Miami-Dade said it plans more pet-friendly shelters for future storms. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez watch over their 2-month-old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, at 10901 Coral Way, Miami during 2017's Hurricane Irma. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. Miami-Dade said it plans more pet-friendly shelters for future storms. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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