Meet Adorable Pups Rescued from a Louisiana Flood

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In August 2016, Louisiana was hit with historic flooding causing thousands of people to lose their homes in what has been called the worst United States natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy.

As the waters have receded, many heroes have emerged, including Mike Anderson of Ethel, and Darrell Watson of Zachary, who not only helped people, but also furry victims.

The devastation from the water was extreme, says Watson, who spent three days searching for people and pets from daylight to dawn with Anderson. “It’s not a matter of being a hero, it’s a matter of doing what’s right,” says Anderson. “People just couldn’t get out with their pets,” leaving many stranded in the flood.

Today, the animals they rescued are safe and looking for their new furever homes! Watch the video above to see the animals who have been rescued, and for more information about these pups, head over to North Shore Animal League America’s website.

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