PICS: Woman in Bahamas saves almost 100 dogs before Dorian made landfall

A Bahamanian woman that operates a dog shelter says she rescued 97 dogs by moving them into her home before Hurricane Dorian made landfall on Sunday.

Chella Phillips, who runs “The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas” in New Providence, shared the pictures on Facebook of dozens of pups packed into her home.

Phillips says she has cared for roughly 1000 pups since her organization launched in 2015.

“The dogs get vetted, vaccinated and from there they come to live at my refuge until I am able to find a rescue willing to help me with them in the States,” the organization’s Facebook page reads. “Countless homeless dogs have left the streets of Nassau and they are now enjoying life being loved and cared by their families.”

Read more HERE and check out the Facebook post below.



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