Animals—and people—sheltered in dome during Hurricane Michael

Humane Society of Bay County

The Humane Society of Bay County in Panama City, Florida. Clean up continues weeks after Hurricane Michael. (Jessica Savageau)

Main entrance

The windowed main entrance where employees, family, and friends watched Hurricane Michael. The windows shook and rattled, but did not break. (Jessica Savageau)

Lobby

The front lobby is all cleaned up after the storm and ready for business. Everyone watched the storm from here through the main entrance windows. (Jessica Savageau)

Damage from tree strike

A large tree struck and slid down the dome, tearing some of the dome membrane and exposing the foam underneath. (Jessica Savageau)

Branches sticking out of dome

Branches are sticking out of the dome, embedded through the membrane, into the polyurethane foam. (Jessica Savageau)

More sticks

More branches sticking out of the dome membrane. (Jessica Savageau)

Still a mess

Much of the debris are cleared, but everything is still a mess. (Jessica Savageau)

Adoption dogs row

The row where the adoption dogs are kept. When the skylight above broke, the rain came down “like a waterfall” in the hallway. (Jessica Savageau)

Broken skylight

The lower floor, broken skylight is covered, but they haven’t had time to clean up everything they put in the way to stem the flood during Hurricane Michael. (Jessica Savageau)

Clean up continues

The Humane Society of Bay County in Panama City, Florida. Clean up continues weeks later. (Jessica Savageau)

More damage

More evidence of the damage caused by Hurricane Michael. (Jessica Savageau)