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Rescuers Save 15 Cats and 21 Dogs From Shelter Threatened by Hurricane Florence and Leave No Animals Behind

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rescued cats rescued kittens hurricane hurricane florence shelter cats dog and cat nashville cat rescue

When All 4 Paws Animal Rescue (in Pawleys Island, South Caroline) was threatened to be hit by Hurricane Florence, they began their plan to evacuate all the animals before the storm arrived.

rescued cats rescued kittens hurricane hurricane florence shelter cats dog and cat nashville cat rescue
rescued cats rescued kittens hurricane hurricane florence shelter cats dog and cat nashville cat rescue

Big Fluffy Dog Rescue, a dog rescue in Nashville, Tennessee, immediately offered to help. When they learned that there were cats needing rescue too, they knew they had to take them along. “It wouldn’t be a hurricane rescue unless we also brought back cats, so we had a van full of dogs and cats to get them out of the path of this hurricane,” Big Fluffy Dog Rescue wrote.

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They drove 20+ hours round trip to save 21 dogs and 15 cats from the adoption center last Monday. “We are so thankful for Big Fluffy Dog Rescue to pick up some of our furry friends. The rest of our kids are safe and evacuated as well,” All 4 Paws Animal Rescue wrote.

Once they arrived in Nashville, they delivered eight cats to Nashville Cat Rescue and the rest to various other feline rescues. See More

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