A 49 year old California cinematographer is combining his daily work with his passion for animals to help rescue pets stranded in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian by using his drone and has already found about 12 dogs and cats. When he locates a stranded pet while filming with the drone, he alerts animal rescue crews. He is back in the U.S. raising money to buy an infrared drone. An online campaign has raised more than $6,400 in three days. NBC News. Read More here.
Pictured above are the two loyal service dogs that survived a hit-and-run that occurred September 25th, 2019 on Beltway 8 and Beechnut in Houston, Texas. Their owners, both homeless, passed away after the car lost control and careened into the underpass while the family slept, having only recently been evicted from their apartment two weeks prior. The dogs did not want to leave their owners' sides, but animal control officials were finally able to secure the dogs and take them to BARC Animal Shelter & Adoptions. For more information on the dogs, click the link here (Pet Rescue Report). For more on the story, click the link here (Houston Chronicle).
The love these two share is heartwarming!
Bahamas resident brings 97 dogs inside single home to protect them from Hurricane Dorian.
Chella Phillips, the manager of “The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas” – which works to pair the animals with rescue and adoption organizations in the U.S. -- has posted numerous photos on Facebook showing the rooms of her home packed with dogs of all sizes.
Norman, Greg. Fox News. (2019, September 3rd). Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas resident brings 97 dogs inside single home to protect them from storm. Retrieved from www.foxnews.com/world/hurricane-dorian-dogs-inside-home
First time pitbull owners who found two pitbull puppies abandoned on the side of the road and decided to adopt them...And then loved them so much, they decided to get two wonderful mastiffs.