In Greenback, Tennessee, two dogs rescued from Hurricane Florence in a school bus were shot and killed last week by a neighbor who stated a fight had broken out with four dogs that had been … Read More “Two dogs rescued from Hurricane Florence in school bus shot and killed”
The Humane Society of Missouri rescued a tiny Maltese who survived for a week, floating on a couch alone, in the family’s home after Hurricane Florence.
According to the rescue organization, their relief team received … Read More “Tiny Maltese survived a week floating on couch after Hurricane Florence”
One can only imagine the emotional trauma a dog must have endured trying desperately to save himself from drowning in his flooded home. When found by rescuers, the dog had been using another dead dog’s … Read More “Dog kept himself from drowning in flood by using dead dog’s body as float”
Millions of chickens and thousands of pigs drowned in Hurricane Florence flooding in North Carolina, and animal casualties continue to rise as more farmers have been returning to their property and surveying the catastrophic damage.… Read More “Millions of chickens and thousands of pigs drowned from Hurricane Florence”
In Columbus, North Carolina, ten desperate beagles cried and yelped as they tried to swim to safety after their trailer home flooded on Sunday. Homeowner Josephine Horne climbed aboard the Coast Guard boat just in … Read More “Desperate beagles swimming from flooded home rescued by Coast Guard”
The wild horses of North Carolina weathered Hurricane Florence in the face of fierce winds and heavy rains. For the last 500 years, the mustangs have lived along the Outer Banks and apparently knew exactly … Read More “North Carolina’s wild horses weathered Hurricane Florence”
When Pastor Matthew Drake and two church members were out in a boat on Friday afternoon trying to rescue people from flood conditions produced by Hurricane Florence, the men couldn’t turn their backs on the … Read More “Pastor Drake and church members carry soaked, abandoned pets to safety”