What we do (all of it) is community service! This idea about community service is one of many of our internal “tag lines” at Morpheus. It has multiple meanings -- from the daily work that we do (where we believe that helping people love the person in the mirror helps them be better partners, parents, friends, employees and just better people in the world), to fund raising for local charities (like our Dog Days of Summer event), to individually volunteering and working in our communities.
Not really supposed to be reporting on this stuff now, but cannot help announcing that in addition to humans, our team is helping animals. Today we spent a fair bit of time getting some cattle (including a calf at risk of drowning) herded up to higher ground, and found four dogs lost on a road.
The image in the header above is not of a rescued dog, but one of our team members, Kino the Search Dog.
Blog Post 2 CATF4: Due to the rabid nature of the media and it's ability, no, absolute inclination to sensationalize minute amounts of information, the team has been briefed regarding our position as federal employees, and the policies regarding personal disclosure of information. Specifically, as we enter the theater of operations, although we may take pictures, they are not to be broadcast onto the Internet via social media or any other mechanism unless passed through FEMA's public relations office.