Help KTLA, Salvation Army, Lucy Pet Foundation Assist Residents and Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Update: KTLA viewers raised more than $1 million for Harvey relief efforts. Read more here.

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KTLA 5 News has teamed up with the Salvation Army and Lucy Pet Foundation to assist the thousands of people and pets who fled the flooding of Hurricane Harvey in the greater Houston area.

A vehicle with the Salvation Army is seen in Texas as part of the group's response to Hurricane Harvey. (Credit: Salvation Army)

A vehicle with the Salvation Army is seen in Texas as part of the group's response to Hurricane Harvey. (Credit: Salvation Army)

Right now, the Salvation Army has 42 mobile kitchens set up in the disaster zone and it is providing 1,500 meals a day, along with water, clothing and blankets.

To donate to our Harvey Relief Fund, text "STORM" to 51555.

In addition to the many displaced human residents of Texas and Louisiana, thousands of pets are also among those with homes since since Harvey made landfall late Aug. 25, leaving widespread flooding and damage.

Pets belonging to evacuees sit in a crate at the Delco Center in east Austin, Sunday, August 27, 2017. (Credit: SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Pets belonging to evacuees sit in a crate at the Delco Center in east Austin, Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017. (Credit: SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Beginning Wednesday, Lucy Pet will send one bag of Lucy Pet Formulas for Life Pet Food to shelters in the greater Houston area for every $10 in donation from our viewers.

Lucy Pet said it will match donations for up to 30,000 pounds of pet food.

Viewers can donate online at ktla.com/help; enter the dollar amount you would like to give.

Also, you can join us Thursday for a donation drive from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Salvation Army shelter complex in the city of Bell.