Tragedy and Heartbreak Change Evacuation Laws During Natural Disasters!
Heartbreaking photos showing dogs, pets, elderly, infants being rescued from flooded homes. And the flooding is only getting worse.
"I don't think that what I did was an act of heroism. I think I did what should have been done!"
The apartment building is a raging inferno. His dog is behind a second-story sliding glass door. He sees and hears him crying. Police say, "Don't!"
Fascinating, but graphic, surgery. We let you know when to skip if you want to. But I wouldn't miss a beat!
"Must be a Texas dog cause he can survive without help.”
The dog barked and barked as the water kept rising until the water got high enough and the barks stopped."
Once his escape route is blocked, he becomes a "wild animal!"
With all the news and warnings about leaving little ones in hot cars, it is amazing that it's still happening so frequently--dogs and babies.