The worst damage was recorded in Mayfield, Kentucky, as a result of a series of hurricanes that hit the United States two weeks ago. Not only people but also animals are suffering there. Cats and dogs roam the ruins of the city, hiding in the rubble of houses.
The American organization “Human Society” decided to help the animals that roam the city of Mayfield. The city was ground level as a result of the hurricane. They hope that volunteers will search for stray dogs and cats and find their owners.
“Unfortunately, a lot of people have died in their homes and now bulldozers have entered here,” said Kitty Black of the Humane Society. Household debris is being cleaned up in the city. – Cats hide on roofs, under corridors, in the remnants of houses. We want to get rid of all the bulldozers before they are leveled – he added.
Its purpose is to capture all the animals and take them to a shelter where they will be under the care of experts. There, owners can find out about their pets and whether they have been found or not.
United States. They help stray cats and dogs
The Mayfield Zoo has about 70 dogs and cats. “There is not enough space for too many animals,” said David Spalding, director of the facility.
Some pet owners have been able to locate their pets. One of those lucky ones was Bill Kenny, the owner of an eight-month-old dog named Sid. “I missed my boyfriend,” Kenny said. “He’s like an assistant to me here and he goes wherever I go,” he added.
About 30 hurricanes passed through six U.S. states overnight from Friday to Saturday (December 10/11). In Kentucky, as well as in Arkansas, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee, the element demolished homes, tore power lines, uprooted trees and knocked down cars. The worst affected city was Mayfield, Kentucky, with a population of about 10,000, where a candle factory was destroyed. It was followed by a huge ruin. It is believed there were 110 people inside when the hurricane hit.
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