This kind man refuses to see anyone left behind during natural disasters, especially animals.
That is the reason why the man from Greenback, Tennesee turned a bus into a mobile animal shelter to pick up all the “leftover” pets that animal shelters couldn’t place before they evacuated for hurricanes like Harvey and Florence.
According to The Washington Post., he recently travelled from his home in Tennessee to South Carolina to save more than 60 animals during Hurricane Florence, 53 dogs and 11 cats as of Sept. 16.
“I’m like, look, these are lives too,” Alsup told the publication.
“Animals — especially shelter pets — they always have to take the back seat of the bus. But I’ll give them their own bus. If I have to I’ll pay for all the fuel, or even a boat, to get these dogs out of there.”
As soon as he saw reports of animal shelters that were overcrowded when hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Alsup started rescuing animals.
“I thought, well what can I do?” he said. “I’ll just go buy a bus.”
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