This Man Heroically Rescued 6 Dogs Who'd Been Abandoned In Hurricane Florence
This Man Heroically Rescued 6 Dogs Who'd Been Abandoned In Hurricane Florence
This Man Heroically Rescued 6 Dogs Who'd Been Abandoned In Hurricane Florence
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This Man Heroically Rescued 6 Dogs Who'd Been Abandoned In Hurricane Florence

Heroic rescue service volunteers brought six dogs to safety that had been abandoned in a locked kennel in North Carolina… even though Hurricane Florence was raging in the United States.

For these six dogs, it was a very close call. They could have drowned if members of the rescue service hadn’t quickly gotten involved. They were discovered barking, on their hind legs, begging to be let out of their kennel that had become a deathtrap due to rising water levels.

Saved at the last moment

The dogs were retrieved from a property in Leland, North Carolina, even though the owner had abandoned their house and their pets in order to flee Hurricane Florence.

A courageous act

In a video of the rescue mission, we can see these six big dogs barking, desperately asking for help, while their rescuer Ryan Nichols, painstakingly entered the water to get to the locked kennel. Once the door opened, the poor animals scrambled out of their cage, wagging their tails and heading straight for their rescuers.

Hurricane

The flooding in North Carolina has caused some significant damage, jeopardizing not only the residents on the coast but also… their pets.

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