Hurricane Harvey animal rescues

You don’t need voice narration for the video, so make sure you mute the sound!
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God bless the kind Samaritans!
~Eowyn

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vistabee1
vistabee1
3 years ago

Very touching and sweet! Poor little dears!
But what’s up with the weird voice?! Had to mute.

Christine Watts C.
3 years ago
Reply to  vistabee1

I know–that evil-sounding slow-mo voice totally surprised me! I kept wondering who was doing the speaking, the devil or the man who was so glad to see that his animals had weathered that awful hurricane!

marblenecltr
3 years ago

Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
This posting is an excellent contrast to many of today’s leaders who use weather modification and geoengineering to destroy almost all of humanity and most of the earth with us. Lord, save us from our limited intelligence and even greater lack of worship of You! Losing ozone layer, fatally excessive increase of methane, nuclear power plants on the rim of fire, destruction of acquirers for petro-wealth no matter how obtained …

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
3 years ago

I’ve been seeing that THIS year there’s a LOT of help being offered for people’s animals and pets-far more than in previous years.I met a Trucker a while back who was hired to take a whole truckload of horses,cattle,pigs and even some dogs and cats to a safer place,on a ranch in Idaho (I think that’s where he said) and he was on his way back for more. He said he was doing it for just the cost of fuel. Pretty cool.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
3 years ago
Reply to  truckjunkie

When we hear of stories showing such generosity . . . it almost makes me believe that our country can make a comeback. God Bless all those who helped to save both people and animals.

daveyone1
3 years ago
Christine Watts C.
3 years ago

That was so sweet![except for that strange sounding voice, that is!] It was touching to see how glad that man was to find that some many of his animals had survived the hurricane–I get misty-eyed easily over things like that. God bless them all.