Staff are working to restore the Naples Zoo, which was significantly damaged by Hurricane Irma. High winds and flooding left debris and destruction throughout the park, as seen on Wednesday, September 13, 2017.
Harvey Pennell works to shovel a thick layer of mud from the driveway of his home in Plantation Island, an unincorporated area nearby Everglades City, as Collier County began picking up the pieces in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
Heather Burch, who runs Brigid's Crossing Foundation cat shelter, pauses with exasperation after loading her van with 26 24-pound bags of dry cat food and 26 cases of wet cat food at Sam's Club in North Naples on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017. On Monday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued a state of emergency for Florida.
Robert Howard, right, and his wife Kathleen returned to their weekend home to find their furniture scrambled and the floor covered in a thick layer of mud in Plantation Island, an unincorporated area nearby Everglades City, as Collier County began picking up the pieces in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
Lidicis Garcia Villafaña cries while remembering her partner of 14 years, Yusdel Moreno Iglesias, who died of a suspected carbon monoxide poisoning this past week.
Employees of Irby Construction work to repair power lines in Naples on Monday, September 18, 2017. Roughly 2,300 workers from the company were contracted to assist FPL in restoring power on Florida's west coast.
Barbara Rice steps through her flooded yard after assessing damage on her property caused by Hurricane Irma in North Naples on Monday, September 11, 2017.
While assessing their property damage caused by Hurricane Irma, Carol Sykora, right, became emotional as her neighbor Linda Beale provided comfort in Plantation Island, an unincorporated area nearby Everglades City on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
Dispatcher Mandy Ptak came from Baldwin County in Georgia to help with the high volume of emergency calls received in the wake of Hurricane Irma at the Collier County Emergency Services Center on Friday September 22, 2017.
Volunteer Nicci Garcia works to manage a room of food, clothing and hygiene supplies at the American Red Cross' shelter in the Estero Recreational Center on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.
Gillian Verderosa and her 2-year-old son Zander wait for lunch to be served at the Estero Recreational Center, which remains an active emergency shelter under the American Red Cross on Wednesday, September 20, 2017. After sheltering initially at Florida Gulf Coast University and then Germain Arena, Verderosa hopes to secure a new living situation soon.
Yauquan Robinson, 10, works on an in-class assignment which allowed students to reflect on their experiences sheltering through Hurricane Irma, during their first day back at school after the storm's passing at Pinecrest Elementary School in Immokalee on Monday September 25, 2017.
Rodney Malone helps unload a truck of provisions from the American Red Cross in Bonita Springs on Tuesday September 26, 2017.
Lori Malone is joined in prayer by volunteers from Samaritan's Purse humanitarian aid outside of her damaged home in Bonita Springs on Tuesday September 26, 2017. Malone was finally able to begin clearing out the interior of her house this week, which is now riddled with mold, after several feet of standing water from Hurricane Irma flooded the neighborhood.
Standing flood water from Hurricane Irma could still be seen in the residential streets of Bonita Springs on Tuesday September 26, 2017.