Disturbing images of solidarity with animals affected by Hurricane Harvey

Nature frequently presents difficult obstacles to overcome.The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is a true example of one of these challenges, which has left many pets on the verge of death and fighting for their lives.

The number of animals that survived has not been counted, according to managers of rescue and rescue facilities.

The images only represent a small portion of the countless stories of generosity displayed by people in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Unfortunately, not all pet owners evacuate their homes with their pets.

However, humans are not the only ones who require assistance.Many animals require assistance to get through this difficult time.

Efforts in flooded areas of southeastern Texas also aim to save the lives of hundreds of different species, including cows, cats, dogs, horses, birds, and pigs, to name a few.

Outside of Texas, animal rescue organizations have joined the efforts of local teams.They take on the responsibility of providing some of these defenseless and missing creatures with temporary and stable housing.

The images show that fortunately there are hearts full of compassion and love for animals.

People who were not indifferent to the need and suffering of these animals.

The Houston SPCA, an animal rights organization, offered their teams to help rescue stranded animals via social media.The organization also asked the community for donations of food and supplies for the shelters.

Many people answered the call.They not only made a donation, but they also contributed their time and effort to the rescue of some animals.

Shelters were destroyed, and there was an urgent need to relocate the animals under their care.Fortunately, the rescue organizations did not waste time, and many of the animals received the care they required.

Some bats were even placed in a net to receive medical care prior to release.

The unplanned mobilization has been extremely generous.Many people were willing to put their lives in danger to save a trapped, scared, and injured animal.