Despite the terrible storm, this man defied the danger to rescue a stranded, unknown dog

According to Wikipedia, Hurricane Ian was a large and destructive Category 4 Atlantic hurricane. It was the deadliest hurricane to strike the state of Florida since the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. While consolidating their shelters, some warmhearted people still thought of poor animals that were neglected outside.

They couldn’t bear seeing those stranded little beasts swept away by the strong gales and heavy rains. Even though they had to risk their lives, they wished to protect these abandoned animals at all costs.

After witnessing their brave, heart-warming actions shared via the internet, numerous people are moved deeply. We are among those. No words can describe how thoughtful these heroes were when they ignored the dangers of the hurricane and helped the miserable creatures in the nick of time. Henceforth, today, we desire to express our respect for these ordinary yet heroic people.

Firstly, hat off to Mike Ross, a 29-year-old man from Bonita Springs. While sheltering in his parents’ house, he saw a cat hiding from the storm surge atop a mounted AC unit. Immediately, he decided to wade through the rapidly folwing, knee-high water and grabbed the orange cat. Then he held the kitty and took her inside. The both of them made it back safely.

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