Many people were forced to vacate their homes as devastating floods hit Louisiana. Fortunately, some people realize that every life is worth saving.
Baton Rouge was devastated by the floods, and savior Mike Anderson went to rescue any pets that may have been left behind.
Mike and his friend Daryl found two bulls that separated from their families and abandoned them in the water.
They decided that dogs spend up to 16 hours tending as best they can to survive. At that time, they saved about 100 people, and they're not done yet!
And Mike and Daryl weren't the only heroes who saved lives, Josh Petite posted a photo of his rescue and the Internet was unleashed.
"Baton Rouge suffered a flash flood this morning as it moved from land to 8 feet of water into people's homes in two hours! Josh said on Facebook: The situation is so dire!" Out of the corner of my eye I saw a bush trembling! That is all I have seen! The eyes and nose just above the water could barely trample the water because she was so exhausted and sad-eyed that she had ever seen scared for her life! We saved her, so she came, put her head on my lap, and cried and groaned like a big baby. She thanked me. I thank God for letting me notice. Then we rescued a vet and their animals and went with them to dry the ground. "
Many thanks to the brave men who put everything to the line to save these lovely dogs.
H/T The Dodo