People Are Rescuing Pets From Hurricane Harvey Flooding: Many People, Animals Still Stranded | TIME

Owners and rescuers are working together after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston over the weekend, leaving the city waterlogged and roadways flooded, to shuttle animals stranded by the storm to dry shelter alongside their human counterparts.
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Watch Photographer Evacuate Mom and Dogs From Harvey’s Devastating Flooding | National Geographic

National Geographic photographer Erin Trieb evacuated her mom and dogs from Hurricane Harvey’s devastating flooding in Houston, Texas, on August 27, 2017. Based in Istanbul, Turkey, Erin was home in Texas when Harvey struck. She documented her journey to rescue her mom, retrieve her cameras, and check in on her sister’s family and home.
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Poor dog abandoned in Texas as flood waters rise

Photographs taken on Saturday show the dog abandoned next to a telephone pole in Victoria, Texas, where as much as 10 inches of rain have inundated the area in the past 24 hours

Tied up and left to face the wrath of Harvey: Picture of abandoned dog that’s breaking the hearts of Texans as flood waters rise
Dog spotted chained up and abandoned in Victoria, Texas as flood waters rise quickly around him
Police have warned that leaving dog and other pets tied up in the elements will result in arrest
‘I will hold anyone accountable that unlawfully restrains their dog’ warns one police chief

A dog has been spotted chained up and abandoned as flood waters from Hurricane Harvey rise around it.
Photographs taken on Saturday by the DailyMail.com show the dog chained to a telephone pole in Victoria, Texas, where as much as 10 inches of rain have inundated the area in the past 24 hours.
The photographer unleashed the stricken dog from the pole and brought it out of the water to safety.
The county remains under a flash flood warning, and Texas officials have warned repeatedly against leaving pets and livestock tied up in the elements.

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Efforts to rescue animals from Houston flooding

Tropical Storm Harvey has forced more than 30,000 people and countless pets from their homes. Major storms can be especially cruel to animals and many are now abandoned, lost or homeless. Mireya Villarreal reports.

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Evacuations and rescues underway for animals, too, in wake of Harvey

It’s not just humans who suffer in a storm like Harvey. During Hurricane Katrina, more than 600,000 animals were killed or abandoned. As Mireya Villarreal reports, there is a huge effort to make sure that doesn’t happen in Texas.

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Hurricane Harvey: Animal rescues nationwide rally to help

Hurricane Harvey tore through Texas abandoning thousands of animals. Nationwide rescues and shelters rally to help.
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