BAHAMAS WOMAN BRINGS 97 DOGS INTO HER HOME TO PROTECT THEM DURING HURRICANE
The Irfo | September 3, 2019
Chella Phillips, a Bahamas inhabitant, runs a shelter for stray canines called “The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas.” She helps pair up the destitute mutts with salvage and appropriation associations over the United States, however now she has gone well beyond for these puppies in wake of Hurricane Dorian.
At a risky Category 5, Hurricane Dorian cleared through the Bahamas, wrecking everything in its way.
While a few people emptied to more secure regions and others secured themselves their homes, many stray canines meandered the island with no place to go.
Phillips knew a great deal of the pooches might be too frightened to even consider staying at the shelter alone, so she chose to bring 97 of the less lucky ones into her home to protect them. The rest of the pooches at the shelter are blockaded in with the cooling running, just as music to keep them quiet.
Phillips posted photos on Facebook, which show the rooms of her house packed with all different breeds and sizes of dogs. The post has gone viral with more than 51,000 likes and 34,000 shares.Phillips posted photographs on Facebook, which demonstrate the rooms of her home pressed with every extraordinary breed and sizes of mutts. The post has turned into a web sensation with in excess of 51,000 preferences and 34,000 offers.