Social Items

A frightened dog was spotted by a DailyMail.com photographer Ruaraidh Connellan as the record-breaking flood rose around her outside of Victoria. Almost safe: Connellan made his way through the floodwaters to help save the dog, which was tied to the pole.

 The mongrel was soaked to the skin and apparently left in an area where everyone fled before the storm.
 Ruaridh Connellan a cameraman, when sighted the helpless animal rushed across the flood waters, which was luckily not dangerously deep, and untied the dog, who wagged her tail and bounded off to a safer ground.

 No one can say, whether it was by accident or design, that the dog was left tied to a post on a leash, where the photographer and reporter found her on Saturday afternoon.
 According to the report, she was happy to be free and led DailyMail.com to her friends: another dog, a cross-breed pit bull, two cats, and a small pony.

When he visited the property the next day, Lucky ran out and greeted him while wagging her tail. He brought the pup food and fresh water.
 Connellan called the local animal control agency to report the abandoned animals and plans for Lucky adoption if possible. But the authorities are understandably overwhelmed by the scale of the unfolding disaster.

 So far DailyMail.com could not trace who were living in a trailer before they left lucky. She and other animals had been well-looked after they left, but they needed human attention soon.
 Connellan said, he will love to take Lucky to live with me in New York, but unfortunately he will have to wait and go through the appropriate channels.

Lucky the dog who was saved during Hurricane Harvey! (Video)

DoglopedixA frightened dog was spotted by a DailyMail.com photographer Ruaraidh Connellan as the record-breaking flood rose around her outside of Victoria. Almost safe: Connellan made his way through the floodwaters to help save the dog, which was tied to the pole.

 The mongrel was soaked to the skin and apparently left in an area where everyone fled before the storm.
 Ruaridh Connellan a cameraman, when sighted the helpless animal rushed across the flood waters, which was luckily not dangerously deep, and untied the dog, who wagged her tail and bounded off to a safer ground.

 No one can say, whether it was by accident or design, that the dog was left tied to a post on a leash, where the photographer and reporter found her on Saturday afternoon.
 According to the report, she was happy to be free and led DailyMail.com to her friends: another dog, a cross-breed pit bull, two cats, and a small pony.

When he visited the property the next day, Lucky ran out and greeted him while wagging her tail. He brought the pup food and fresh water.
 Connellan called the local animal control agency to report the abandoned animals and plans for Lucky adoption if possible. But the authorities are understandably overwhelmed by the scale of the unfolding disaster.

 So far DailyMail.com could not trace who were living in a trailer before they left lucky. She and other animals had been well-looked after they left, but they needed human attention soon.
 Connellan said, he will love to take Lucky to live with me in New York, but unfortunately he will have to wait and go through the appropriate channels.

No comments