Woman Shelters 97 Dogs In Her Home During Hurricane


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An
animal lover who is a Bahamas resident has sheltered about 100 stray
and abandoned dogs in her home as the Hurricane Dorian strikes.

Chella
Philips, the manager of the Voiceless Dog of Nassau in Bahamas gave shelter to
97 dogs in New Providence. Seen in a viral Facebook post, the woman posted several
photos and information concerning the dogs as Hurricane Dorain slams into the
island.

Chella Philips took in 97 stray dogs into her home in Nassau, New Providence, to protect them from Hurricane Dorian 

‘It has been quite insane since a night before, poop and pisses non-stop, but at least they are really respecting my bed as none of them dare jump in.’

Philips is the manager of The Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, a refuge that has cared for almost 1,000 homeless dogs on the island


“A total of 97 dogs are inside my house and 79 are in my master bedroom. It has been quite insane since a night before, poop and pisses non-stop, but at least they are really respecting my bed as none of them dare jump in,” Chella wrote.


Her organization – The Voiceless Dog of Nassau is, however, a non-profitable agency, but works to send local dogs for adoption and rescue organization in the United States.

‘We might not get a hit like another island. The saddest part is that right after the hurricane leaves the Bahamas, some island will need a lot of time and effort to recover.’

The aim of the Voiceless Dogs of Nassau, Bahamas, is to send the local dogs to adoption and rescue agencies in the United States

Philips has lost power and water has begun leaking into her home


Hurricane Dorain had made landfall in the Bahamas on Sunday

‘Every island has an abundance of a homeless dog and my heart is so broken for the ones without a place to hide a CAT 5 monster.’

“We might not get a hit like another island. The saddest part is that right after the hurricane leaves the Bahamas, some island will need a lot of time and effort to recover. Every island has an abundance of a homeless dog and my heart is so broken for the ones without a place to hide a CAT 5 monster.” Chella added.

Chella’s post has garnered over 300 comments as well as 3,100 shares


However,
Chella further explained that when she posted the photos on Sunday afternoon,
it marked the fourth anniversary since when she started assisting homeless dog,
adding that she has cared for about 1000 abandoned dogs.


Presently, shelters are trying to get stray animals into safe locations before the Category 4 storm reaches Florida

While the Hurricane Dorain had made landfall in the Bahamas on Sunday, Chella’s post has garnered over 300 comments as well as 3,100 shares.


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