People in Carolinas lined up at local shelters to adopt animals to keep them safe during Hurricane Florence
In a heartwarming gesture, residents in Carolinas lined up at local animal shelters to foster homeless animals and keep them safe during the duration of Hurricane Florence.
North Carolina resident Ali Standish shared a photo on Twitter showing how many people were lined up outside the Saving Grace animal shelter waiting to foster homeless animals.
“We have a very small facility. It used to be an old farm,” said Molly Goldston, founder of Saving Grace Animals for Adoption. “We aren’t set up to take care of them if there’s no power.”
Saving Grace says donations will help cover their increasing costs to care for the dogs they have and will continue to take in as a result of the storm.
“We are so grateful to our community for supporting us this week as we have saved dogs from shelters to make room for dogs displaced by the storm,” the shelter wrote on Facebook.