Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez, left to right, watch over their 2-month old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, Nelly Diaz at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, home to the Youth Fair at Tamiami Park, 10901 Coral Way, Miami. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. As of Friday, the shelter was filled to capacity. The only other shelter in Miami-Dade County that accepts pets is Highland Oaks Middle School, 2375 NE 203rd St.
Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez, left to right, watch over their 2-month old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, Nelly Diaz at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, home to the Youth Fair at Tamiami Park, 10901 Coral Way, Miami. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. As of Friday, the shelter was filled to capacity. The only other shelter in Miami-Dade County that accepts pets is Highland Oaks Middle School, 2375 NE 203rd St. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Nelly Diaz and Albino Perez, left to right, watch over their 2-month old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, Nelly Diaz at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, home to the Youth Fair at Tamiami Park, 10901 Coral Way, Miami. The family and many of their relatives came to the shelter along with their pets. As of Friday, the shelter was filled to capacity. The only other shelter in Miami-Dade County that accepts pets is Highland Oaks Middle School, 2375 NE 203rd St. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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